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These newspaper clippings include entertainment. It talks about a group that were former people of Champaign called Bigz Major. It consists of 2 males who were brothers. It gives you much more information and an interview with the hip-hop brothers.

This talks about how they are trying to expand the after school program at Garden Hills Elementary in Champaign. It gives you all the good possible outcomes of expanding and whio they can help in different communities.

Mable Brown passed and the community well celebrate life in the community of Champaign-Urbana. As she passed away April 16, 2010.

The Dee family happily tours their new Habitat for Humanity home in the former Frances Nelson Health Center location in Champaign, Ill on Thursday, Jan. 15, 2009. From background left are Wesley, 11, Bradley, 11, Sheri and LeRoy Dee. From left…

CHAMPAIGN – Longtime Champaign library employee Essie Harris has been appointed manager of the Douglass Branch Library, capping a difficult and divisive episode that pitted Douglass patrons against the library board over the firing of the previous…

Tracy Parsons, president of the Urban League of Champaign County, greets Urban League board member Robert Dodd at a luncheon last month celebrating Parsons' 10 years as president of the agency.
Sun, 10/10/2004 - 2:00pm | J. Philip…

Article 1: King's legacy: 'It belongs to all of us'

Parkland Community College President Zelema Harris talked of it in her Martin Luther King Jr. Day speech Friday at Urbana's Holiday Inn.

University High School counselor Sam Smith saw it in…

Image Caption: Burch Village manager Karen Hite walks through the Champaign public housing complex Friday. The Champaign County Housing Authority and the city of Champaign plan to raze the 52-year-old complex later this year and replace it with new…

Photo by: Vanda Bidwell

Peer court volunteers, from bottom left clockwise, Miles Ross, adult leader Hattie Lenoir-Price, Michael McCulley, Jarel Jackson and Terrish Catchings prepare for a series of hearings at last week's Peer Court session at…

Community members who have commented on the Champaign school district's settlement agreement to end its consent decree case want a guarantee the black community will continue to have a role in monitoring equity issues in the district, and they want…