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Champaign Tomorrow is a community-wide effort to plan for the physical growth and development of the City of Champaign, Illinois. The information gathered through this website, public meetings and other outreach efforts will be used in the City’s…

Aaron Ammons has turned the greater part of the backyard at his north Urbana home into an organic garden. His wife Carol, and their sons Jelani and Amir, actively maintain the family's garden along with Aaron.

Includes the official City of Champaign urban renewal plans for the northeast district in 1963 and 1969. Located in the Champaign County Historical Archives, Urbana Free Library.

URBANA – After Maria Thompson started researching the Champaign-Urbana area, she knew her foundation could help one of the community's underrepresented groups.

Thompson, founder of the Single Parent Scholarship Foundation, discovered there were…

Site of defunct association. Features newsletters on local jazz and blues produced during the late 1990s.

A new WILL-FM production, Message From Home: A Tribute to Brother Jack McDuff, is a musical tour through more than 40 years of McDuff recordings. Airing on WILL-FM at 8 pm on Saturday, September 15--two days before McDuff would have turned 75, the…

Various blogs and social media sites created to advertise the North First Street Business Association's Summer Farmer's Market.

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The study analyzed why minority contractors were not bidding on federally-funded jobs. The objectives were to find out why, what were their needs and to design an educational program. Data included a survey completed by 22 minority…

Article on the "New" Rose and Taylor's Barbershop.

CHAMPAIGN – The Rev. Charles Nash was standing at a table full of boys in the Central High School cafeteria Monday, struggling to be heard over the din.

Nash talked about college, what the students need to focus on in high school, and what…