What does the recently passed federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act do to help unemployment claims? It expands unemployment compensation to those who are not otherwise covered and modestly expands the amount one would get under Illinois unemployment compensation.

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With next month’s annual Toast to Tourism celebration scratched from the Virginia Theatre calendar, Visit Champaign County Foundation's boards have come up with a thoughtful way to put some of the money saved to good use.

Plenty of COVID-19-related questions (MTD, UI, coroner, governor, food trucks) as well as horseback riding on the Kickapoo Rail Trail, trains in C-U, fold-up stop signs and much, much more.

“It is our intention that these furloughs will be short term, with a current expectation of all team members returning to work no later than June 1, 青鹏棋牌,” Chief Executive Officer Kenny Bilger said in a letter to Christie employees that clinic officials shared with The News-Gazette.

So many of the essential workers possibly being exposed to COVID-19 are young adults without health insurance. What exactly is the risk for younger adults, and what should their employers and the public be doing to help them stay well?

The owner and president of Dixon Graphics took time out to answer a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 15th installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting local leaders of organizations big and small.

A little bit of everything in this week’s mailbag: cannabis, COVID-19, Cubs, the county executive and campus buildings. Also, a Starbucks for Danville, 5G coverage and the Champaign skyline.

Good news, UI students: If you stay in school long enough to graduate, recent history shows it’s likely you’ll land a job in your field in no time. Here are a few numbers of note from the annual ‘Illini Success’ report, which tracked UI grads from the Class of 2019.