September 26, 2012

Davis Unveils Jobs Plan, Edgar Endorses

Congressional candidate Rodney Davis says an extension of current tax rates and removing government regulation will mean the the survival of small employers.


September 26, 2012

Health Officials Move Forward on Food Inspection Plan

After four years of discussing how to best publicize restaurant health inspection results, board of health members from Champaign County and the public health district have decided to move forward on a proposed color-code system that would require restaurants to disclose food inspection results.


September 24, 2012

Big Development Leaves a Gap in Champaign-Urbana

One marker of the economic slow-down in Champaign-Urbana was when the big development projects stopped. Development has never completely stopped in Champaign-Urbana. But announcements of the really big projects --- ones that expand the borders of the two cities --- pretty much came to an end with the bursting of the housing bubble.


September 22, 2012

Big Ten, Dish Networks Reach Agreement

Good news came early Saturday morning for fans of the Fighting Illini and other conference teams. The Big Ten Network has finalized a new agreement with DISH Network, which returns Big Ten games to the satellite TV service.


September 20, 2012

ICC Orders on Ameren Rate Cut

Utility company Ameren is disappointed with the Illinois Commerce Commission’s decision this week to order a $48 million delivery rate cut. 


September 17, 2012

Appeals Court Sides with Union in Prison Lawsuit

An Illinois state appeals court has turned back Gov. Pat Quinn's bid to throw out a temporary restraining order that bars him from closing two state prisons and various other corrections sites. 


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