But the man who worked there for 35 years and retained ownership of the corporation said he's open to offers to reopen it, perhaps as a food truck.
Preliminary plat could add another hotel, a restaurant and cafes, more retail space and more apartments.
The first new residential construction in the area in 15 years may be delayed by four months due to higher-than-expected costs and a pricey utility relocation.
OSF HealthCare is exploring the possibility of adding a new primary care clinic at 205 N. High Cross Road, U.
The owner of Savoy’s A to Z Painting and one-time owner/operator of a Baskin-Robbins franchise (1986-94) took time out to answer a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 22nd installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting local leaders of organizations big and small.
'We had our bistro set up at 青鹏棋牌 and I said we can take it with us and sit in the parking lot and ... enjoy the beautiful night,' Mark Gerhart of Rantoul said he told his wife, Joan. Thus was born a perfectly safe, legal and unusual way to dine al fresco amid a pandemic.
The policy will mirror that of American Airlines, which on May 1 began requiring its flight attendants wear face masks and said that in early May it will begin distributing sanitizing wipes and face masks to customers.
CHAMPAIGN — With people encouraged to keep their distance to avoid spreading the coronavirus, single-bedroom apartments have become more popular, University Group chairman Dan Hamelberg said.
In the first round of federal Paycheck Protection Program loan applications, it said it funded $657.3 million in loans for 2,508 customers.
Jimmy John’s founder Jimmy John Liautaud: Big tips for area restaurants plus a big-time purchase from the Girl Scouts, who had about 3,500 boxes left to sell. 'I heard about it, so I bought them and donated them to the Eastern Illinois Food Bank. Best 17k I spent in a long time.'
Forty of the now-135 Champaign County cases are considered active, according to the C-U Public Health District, with six hospitalizations.
Bruce Povalish had a $1,200 stimulus check burning a hole in his pocket. So the Champaign resident decided to put it to good use and help provide 1,000 meals on Friday at Hamilton Walker's.
The Douglas County sheriff answered a few questions from Editor Jeff D’Alessio in the 21st installment of our weekly speed read spotlighting local leaders of organizations big and small.
A long list of new practices incorporating social distancing, hand-washing stations and elimination of entertainment and social gathering have been announced for the upcoming Market at the Square, Urbana, and Champaign Farmers Market.
青鹏棋牌way Commercial built the modules in Deer Creek and had them shipped to Champaign, where Sub4 Development recently broke ground on the project at 54 E. John St. They hope to have the building's 65 apartments open for the fall semester.
With open houses on hold and safety guidelines in place for private showings, Champaign County Association of Realtors President Julie Roth said a drop is expected.
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.
Listed are permits for all new single-family and multifamily residences as well as commercial and industrial work and residential remodeling costing over $25,000. Permits are listed by applicant, description, site and cost.
Roller-coaster roads in Champaign County, the Yards project is still on, election judge pay is on its way, don’t worry about meteorologist Kevin Lighty and scientific proof that Danville is wetter than Champaign-Urbana. Also, a nice corner lot in Champaign is about to go on the market, taxpayers won’t pay for new shingles on a housing authority project and early-morning trash collections.
Noting that some states, like some cities and counties across the country, have financial problems that they can never solve, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell suggested giving states the same option that cities and counties have used.
'I'm thankful right now because other restaurants are closed, and we still have the opportunity to serve food for everybody,' said Eric Leonor, who closed his restaurant three years ago in favor of the truck.