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The Historic Virginia Theatre in downtown Champaign is a public venue best known for hosting Roger Ebert's Film Festival, held annually in April. It features a variety of performances from community theatre with the Champaign Urbana Theatre Company, to post box-office showings of popular films, current artistic films, live musical performances (both orchestral and popular), and other types of shows.

Population: 75254
Local Newspapers: The News-Gazette Daily Illini
Local Sports Teams: University of Illinois Fighting Illini
Local Colleges: University of Illinois

Zip Codes associated with champaign, illinois: 61820 61821 61822
Towns/Cities near champaign, illinois : Urbana Danville Mahomet Rantoul St Joseph

Champaign News
Davis campaign apes design of sticker seeking his ouster

It appears that a bumper sticker produced by a Champaign family critical of Congressman Rodney Davis - "Unseat Rodney Davis" - has impressed the congressman and his re-election committee. They've borrowed the design for their own bumper sticker - "I Support Rodney Davis" - now available for free on Davis' campaign website and Facebook page.

Teens put 'give back' in C-U Public Health District's Give Back Garden

This mighty little garden already puts thousands of pounds of produce on the table every summer for those who can afford it least. Now, the Give Back Garden launched in 2012 by the Champaign-Urbana Public Health District is weed-free and a lot safer for those who tend it, thanks to 10 teenagers with a heart for service.

Champaign, Urbana mayors' joint letter urges end to state-budget stalemate

The mayors of Champaign and Urbana have written a letter to the state legislature urging lawmakers to end the nearly 2-year-old state-budget impasse before their cities are further hit by financial fallout. The letter was released Wednesday and is split among several subject - public works and the Multimodal Corridor Enhancement project; the allocation of revenues and the local-government distributive fund; a possible property-tax freeze; state contracts with the cities; and social-services funding.

K9 officer pepper sprayed, bitten by partner during burglary call

A Champaign police officer responding to a burglary in progress was attacked by one of the two alleged burglars she had discovered inside a south Champaign house. A Champaign police report said a man living on Park Haven Court was away from his house Friday night when he was alerted by a motion-detecting security system that someone was inside.

The Health Reporter Is In: June 21, 2017

A local temperature sign reads 120-degrees as temperatures climb to near-record highs Tuesday, June 20, 2017, in Phoenix. Q: Following the death of the elderly woman who was found outside at the Champaign County Nursing Home, why are older people more sensitive to the effects of summer heat, and should they stay inside more when it's hot outside? A: The 78-year-old woman who died earlier this month at the county nursing home may have been out in a courtyard for up to three hours on a day the high temperature in the community reached 87 degrees and that death is still under investigation, according to county Coroner Duane Northrup.

$80,000 raised online for family of missing Chinese scholar

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Illini plan performance center, not stadium renovations

Illinois athletic director Josh Whitman says plans for a $132 million renovation at Memorial Stadium are on hold and instead the school will break ground next year on a stand-alone football performance center. Whitman on Tuesday said that the new project will cost between $60 million and $80 million.

Frerichs to governor: Get serious

State Treasurer Mike Frerichs on Wednesday criticized Gov. Bruce Rauner for calling for unity in the state budget crisis while acting partisan in television commercials he's running statewide. Rauner has called legislators back to Springfield for a special session, beginning this afternoon.

'We're a society with secrets, not a secret society'

"We're a society with secrets, not a secret society," said Jim Hendricks of Western Star Lodge of Champaign. "We don't share the details of all of our rituals, but we're pretty public."

Rose Grant, AIAAs a licensed architect who found a home at State...

As a licensed architect who found a home at State Farm, Rose Grant's career has been all about improving performance, responding after disasters, and encouraging safety, efficiency, and resiliency in design. As the 2017 chair of AIA's Disaster Assistance Committee, Rose Grant, AIA, is on the front lines of responding to disasters nationwide.

Solar Urbana-Champaign 2.0 urging people to "go green"

Solar Urbana-Champaign 2.0 officials are encouraging Champaign County residents to "go green" by learning more about solar power during one of several "Power Hour" events held throughout the community. Officials say the Power Hour are free and open to the public, and that attendees can learn more about the costs and benefits to having solar panels installed on their homes.

Area history, June 20, 2017

In 1917, Midwest Knitting Mills, at Neil and Green streets in Champaign, had reportedly landed a contract for 50,000 dozen pairs of men's drawers. It was understood that it was a war contract, but none of the officers of the company was in town to confirm.

Champaign man gets 20 years for drug dealing

Dequan A. Clark, 25, however, was not present to hear Judge Heidi Ladd give her reasoning Friday for that sentence. After Clark failed to show up to be interviewed for a presentence report, or at an earlier sentencing hearing, Ladd chose to proceed to sentence him in his absence.

Probation for Champaign man with heroin

However, Lawrence Lewis, 24, whose last known address was in the 1600 block of Sheffield Road, also faces unresolved charges alleging he's an armed habitual criminal and that he resisted arrest in March. Lewis pleaded guilty Monday before Judge Heidi Ladd to possession of less than a gram of heroin, admitting that he had the drug on Jan. 3. A more serious charge of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance alleging that he sold it to an informant working with the Champaign County Street Crimes Task Force was dismissed by Assistant State's Attorney Lindsey Clark.

Centennial grad Dill chosen as Champaign County's newest judge

Presiding Judge Tom Difanis confirmed Tuesday that Adam Dill, 40, of Monticello, has been selected from a field of 22 applicants to fill Holly Clemons' seat. She's retiring July 7. Dill will be sworn in July 10. Dill currently works for the Champaign law firm of Erwin, Martinkus & Cole Ltd., where he's been for the last five years.

Sadorus man gets 20 years for molesting preteen girl

A Sadorus man found to have sexually molested a child under 13 was sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison. Joseph C. Herschberger, 37, was convicted of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child in May by Judge Roger Webber in a bench trial in which attorneys on both sides agreed to the facts that Webber could consider.

Open-records seminar set Friday at Champaign library

A public seminar on the Illinois Freedom of Information Act and Open Meetings Act will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Friday at the Champaign Public Library, 200 W. Green St., in Robeson Pavilion Rooms A & B, Champaign County Clerk Gordy Hulten announced. The session will be co-hosted by State's Attorney Julia Rietz, and will feature the Illinois Attorney General's Public Access Counselor Sarah Pratt.

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