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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
Residents afraid rezoning will alter their 'quiet' area

For more than three decades, Bill and Mary Beth Bogner have enjoyed the serenity of a farmland view across the road from their old Victorian-style farmhouse. Now the Bogners and several of their neighbors, who live on the east side of Duncan Road near Savoy, are concerned about what they'll be looking at in the future if the village approves development plans and a proposed rezoning - from agricultural to light industrial - for some of the farmland across from their homes.

Area history, Oct. 22, 2017

In 1917, a resolution inviting the mayor of Urbana to name a committee to meet with a similar committee from Champaign to discuss garbage disposal was adopted by commissioners. Officials hoped for more adequate sewage disposal in the cities.

Beacons on Kirby Avenue bridge over I-57 go live Monday

The city will activate a flashing yellow beacon system at the Kirby Avenue bridge over Interstate 57, which lacks any bike paths or sidewalks, on Monday. The action is part of a process to make the bridge safer for all forms of travel.

Weekend Planner: Stamps of approval

Champaign-Urbana Stamp Club President Chuck Cooper sorts through his stamps Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, at his home in Champaign as he prepares for his group's stamp show this weekend at the Urbana Civic Center. Stamp collectors and enthusiasts are set to converge on downtown Urbana this weekend for the Champaign-Urbana Stamp Club's annual Show and Sale, which runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Urbana Civic Center, 108 E. Water St. "The primary purpose of our show is to promote stamp collecting as a hobby," said club President CHUCK COOPER .

Man who took wallet, phone in break-in at Rantoul apartment gets 3 years

A man who admitted he robbed a man in his Rantoul home in July was sentenced Friday to three years in prison. Michael Nichols, 37, of the 1200 block of Ellis Drive, Urbana, pleaded guilty before Judge Roger Webber to robbery, admitting that he took a man's wallet and cellphone from him on July 17. Nichols and two women had been charged with the more serious offenses of home invasion, residential burglary and aggravated robbery in connection with the incident.

Champaign's second record-expungement summit set Saturday

Champaign County's second annual expungement and record-sealing summit will be held Saturday at the Stone Creek Church in Urbana. The event, scheduled for 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the church at 2502 S. Race St., U, provides people the opportunity to receive assistance in filing a petition to expunge or seal a criminal record, said Circuit Clerk Katie Blakeman, whose office is sponsoring the event.

In 2018, Penn State will play a Friday game on the road as Big Ten announces schedule updates

Back in November 2016, when the Big Ten announced that it would play more Friday night contests than it ever has before starting in 2017, Penn State said it would not host one. It did say that it would be open to playing no more than one Friday night contest per season, though, and next year, it will do just that.

Trilobites: Meet the Overcompensators, Plants That Get Tougher and Meaner When Attacked

Damaging some plants sets off a molecular chain of events that causes them to grow back bigger and produce more seeds and chemical defenses simultaneously. If plants could be stars in a cowboy film, the scarlet gilia would be one of the meanest wildflowers west of the Mississippi.

8 years in prison for man who entered Champaign home

A man who was arrested last year for entering a Champaign family's home while they were present just four days after his release from prison has been sentenced to eight years in prison. Curtis Cathey, 24, pleaded guilty Friday before Judge Roger Webber to a single count of burglary, admitting that on May 24, 2016, he walked into a home in the 800 block of West University Avenue intending to steal.

County board rejects motion to request bids for nursing home

Champaign County Board Democrats gave new life to the county-owned nursing home Thursday night, voting down a motion to issue a request from private companies to purchase the facility. The motion to issue the request for proposals tied 11-11, killing it.

Top of the Morning, Oct. 20, 2017

The Vietnam War happened more than 8,000 miles from Champaign-Urbana. But it had an impact on the community and the state.

Fall Revival

THEME: THE FIELDS ARE RIPE WITH FRUIT, GO QUICKLY AND REAP THE HARVEST!!! St. John 4:35 -Luke 10:1-2 SPEAKER: BISHOP EDWARD T. McGHEE, PASTOR OF CHURCH OF THE APOSTOLIC AUTHORITY CHAMPAIGN, IL. BISHOP McGHEE IS AN ANOINTED MAN OF GOD WITH A PROPHETIC /& HEALING MINISTERY.

Orphan Train Complex to unveil 17th statue

The National Orphan Train Complex will unveil its 17th Orphan Train Rider statue at the Farm Bureau Services and Fresh Perspectives Counseling and Consultation Services building, 821 Broadway St, at 5:30 p.m. Friday. The statue, sponsored by the Charles and Amber Lambertz family, will feature the Burns sisters who were placed out of the New York Juvenile Asylum in 1861.

2 Champaign men charged in home, vehicle burglaries in city's southwest

Clavin Davis, 18, of the 2400 block of Campbell Drive and Jiayu Yao, 22, of the 2500 block of Woodridge Place were each charged Thursday with two counts of residential burglary and one count of attempted residential burglary. Champaign police Lt.

Acquitted: Man accused of selling heroin

A Champaign County jury Thursday took less than three hours to acquit a man accused of selling heroin to a police informant. Jamonte Hill, 23, of the 2500 block of Campbell Drive, Champaign, had been charged in August with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance alleging that on June 21, he sold three-tenths of a gram of heroin to a source working with the Champaign County Street Crimes Task Force.

UI, Rauner unveil plan for $1.2 billion research institute in Chicago

With visions of Chicago as the next Silicon Valley, Gov. Bruce Rauner and a parade of academic and business leaders today laid out their vision for a futuristic, $1.2 billion research institute in Chicago led by the University of Illinois. "It's beyond anything we've ever contemplated before in the state, transforming the state's economy led by one of the world's great universities," Rauner said at press conference where he was joined by UI President Tim Killeen, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and others.

Champaign plan commissioners examine public input on Neil Street corridor

When Bret Kroencke used to travel for a living, there was anticipation pulling into a new town for the first time. He and the other commissioners on Wednesday discussed what they want from the not-so-welcoming Neil Street corridor redevelopment between Interstate 74 and downtown.

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