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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
Cause of death for Centennial student may be released next week

The chief medical examiner in St. Louis, Missouri, expects to release the cause of death for Centennial High School student Luke Miller next week. And his preliminary comments are in line with local reports that the teen's death was the result of a medical event.

Unit 4 referendum update: District using summer to plan

Summer vacation is officially underway for thousands of Champaign students, but planning for a massive upgrade of six district schools will continue in earnest during the break. The bulldozers aren't quite ready to move in, but lots of behind-the-scenes work will take place this summer so construction projects can kick off next spring, said school board President Chris Kloeppel.

Clergy Corner, May 26, 2017

Pastor Dave Ashby stands beside a pile of stones Thursday on the stage in the sanctuary at Trinity Community Fellowship in Farmer City. Ashby is going to weave a story about the 12 stones from the book of Joshua into his Sunday sermon commemorating the church's 25th anniversary.

Survey: Champaign residents mostly satisfied with park district

The head of the University of Illinois department in charge of compiling survey results for the Champaign Park District said residents seem to be satisfied with the programming, facilities and services that the district provides. UI Office of Recreation and Park Resources Director Robin Hall said there were 351 surveys returned out of 3,500 that were mailed out to random addresses in early April.

Census special: How big is your town?

Just out this morning from the U.S. Census Bureau: new population estimates for every incorporated city and village from coast to coast as of last July 1. We got our hands on an advance copy. Here's what jumped out after digging through the data.

Role in TV theft might not cost Champaign woman

A Champaign woman who admitted her role in the theft of an Urbana man's television has been given an opportunity to escape a conviction. Wynita Johnson, 23, who listed an address in the 600 block of Marketview Drive, pleaded guilty Thursday to theft before Judge Tom Difanis, admitting that on March 26, she had a television that had been stolen from a home in the 1200 block of Hill Street in Urbana the day before.

Arson leads to prison sentence for Champaign man

A 30-year-old Champaign man who admitted setting fire to house in rural Champaign County is headed to prison. Wesley Gritmacker, who listed an address in the 4800 block of Windsor Road, pleaded guilty to one count of arson for setting fire to an abandoned house on County Road 500 E in Colfax Township on Aug. 8. He was sentenced to seven years in prison and a second count of arson in which he was alleged to have set fire to a shed in Tolono Township on Sept.

Champaign man convicted of aggravated robbery in parking-lot holdup

A Champaign County jury Wednesday rejected the argument that a man willingly gave his debit card to another man in payment for a gambling debt. Nathan Cobbs, 27, whose last known address was in the 2600 block of West Springfield Avenue, was convicted of aggravated robbery in connection with the July 5, 2016, holdup of a Tolono man in the parking lot of an apartment in Champaign.

Tennessee man facing felony drug offenses

A Tennessee man who allegedly had drugs intended for sale Tuesday in Champaign has been charged with two serious felony drug offenses. A Champaign police report said officers were called to a domestic dispute on Edgebrook Drive about 10 a.m. Headed to the call, an officer saw a man, later identified as James Borden, 29, of Murfreesboro, carrying two large full white bags.

Champaign taking a fresh look at housing regulations

In a push to maintain the historical and architectural integrity of in-town zoning districts, Champaign city staff will gather input on how affected residents want the area's multifamily development regulations to change. The city's assistant planning and development director, Rob Kowalski, said Tuesday that he'll form a working group of interested residents who can suggest zoning changes for the Champaign City Council to discuss later.

Area history, May 24, 2017

In 1917, John Casdorf of Urbana received the following communication from his son, also named John, who was on board the battleship Nebraska: "Boys of Champaign and Urbana, don't be slackers. Boys: Remember your country is at the state of war with Germany and now is your chance to serve her, and remember your forefathers as I did.

A Life Remembered: 'Big teddy bear' newsman recalled for depth of his dedication

There were nights during central Illinois snowstorms when Dave Shaul, the news director at WCIA-TV, would sleep at the station to make certain that someone was there to report on and anchor the morning news. That was the depth of his dedication to the news and the station, his colleagues recalled Monday on the day that the Champaign native and onetime state high school speech competition winner passed away at the age of 75. "I'm not sure he ever missed a day because of health or weather over the years.

EXCHANGE: Veteran says unit remained vulnerable after war

In this April 26, 2017 photo, Robert Alsop, a member of the Army Security Agency who intercepted North Korea messages in the Korean War, shares his experience from that time at his home in Champaign, Ill. less In this April 26, 2017 photo, Robert Alsop, a member of the Army Security Agency who intercepted North Korea messages in the Korean War, shares his experience from that time at his home in Champaign, Ill.

Theft charge lands Urbana man in jail

An Urbana man who admitted he stole items from a Champaign home almost a year ago has been sentenced to four years in prison. Jack Beasley, 46, who last lived in the 1000 block of Eastern Avenue, pleaded guilty Monday to theft before Judge Roger Webber.

Champaign man who wounded wife gets 3 years

A Champaign man who said it was an accident when he shot his wife in their Champaign home late last year has been sentenced to three years in prison. Judge Heidi Ladd sentenced Deresheo D. Carter, 25, who pleaded guilty in April to reckless discharge of a firearm, a Class 4 felony, on Friday.

Indian author to speak at Champaign's Hindu temple

The author of a new book on the Hindu religion will be the keynote speaker at a spiritual event this weekend in Champaign. Sri Satyanarayana Sarma will present a talk on "The Essence of Sri Lalitha Sahasranama with reference to Sri Chakra" at 7 p.m. May 27 at the Hindu Temple and Cultural Society of Central Illinois, 2130 County Road 1000 E., C. Sarma, the leader of the Panchawati Spiritual Foundation in India, has deep practical knowledge of Vedanta, Yoga and Tantra and has acquired mastery in esoteric arts like astrology, alternative medicine and martial arts.

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