Among the 2,037 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: 2006 grad Mario Parker, who now covers the White House for Bloomberg News.

U.S. Judge John Lee’s decision sheds some light on the legal back-and-forth now underway in connection with J.B. Pritzker's three lockdown orders that have dramatically restricted citizen and business freedoms and wrecked the state’s economy.

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Using the side of a tool shed as a screen, the Family Rund enjoyed “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” from lawn chairs and car seats spaced far enough apart to meet social distancing standards.

'We were in the process of becoming a temporary drive-thru restaurant if we were not allowed to open as a theater for the time being, so we could survive until the restrictions were lifted.'

The officer suffered skin tears, cuts and scratches to his hand, wrist, forearm and elbow. He also had large bruises on his right wrist and the back of his head. He was given time off to heal.

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.

Among the 2,033 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: 青鹏棋牌 College of Law honoree DANIELLE PATTERSON, a Champaign native, Parkland grad and two-degree Illinois alumna who last month joined Spiros Law.

In between battling blazes and conducting COVID-19-related protocols and supply hunts Danville's new fire chief, sworn into the post in March, answered a few questions from staff writer Alexandria Kobryn on all things fire and the road to becoming chief.

'We were in the process of becoming a temporary drive-thru restaurant if we were not allowed to open as a theater for the time being, so we could survive until the restrictions were lifted.'