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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
HACC meetings on TV? Mayor calls for more transparency

The Housing Authority of Champaign County may start broadcasting its board meetings after Mayor Diane Marlin urged the group to improve its transparency. In both Champaign and Urbana, public meetings of city and township councils, boards and commissions are televised and provided on city websites.

FBI arrests 3 Illinois men for bombing of mosque

Officials say they arrested, Michael B. Hari, 47, Joe Morris, 22, Michael McWhorter, 29, and, Ellis Mack, 18, all of Clarence, Ill. That's just 35 miles north of Champaign-Urbana.

17-year-old to be held until age 21 for role in Urbana break-in

A Champaign teen who admitted his role in an Urbana home break-in has been sentenced as a juvenile to 15 years in prison. That designation on the sentence handed down by Judge Heidi Ladd means the 17-year-old cannot be held past his 21st birthday.

Champaign man 'tired of prison' receives 6-year term

A Champaign man who was given a chance last summer to avoid prison for cocaine possession wasn't as lucky this time around. Martines Gill, 32, of the 400 block of Fairview Drive, was resentenced earlier this week to six years in prison for the drug conviction that stemmed from his arrest in the fall of 2015.

Area history, March 16, 2018

In 1918, the new construction division in the War Department is headed by Professor A.N. Talbot of the University of Illinois, president of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The division is supposed to oversee a $1 billion building program.

Family, friends hold vigil in spot where Champaign man fatally shot

About 100 people turned out Thursday night on a north Champaign street to pay tribute to a man who was killed in a shooting there earlier this week. Participants prayed, lit candles and sent hundreds of balloons into the air in the 700 block of North Hickory Street to honor Montrez Vonner, 34, of Champaign.

Their hometown pride is showing

Staff writer Ben Zigterman was on hand this week when municipal leaders touted their cities at a meeting of the Champaign County Association of Realtors. Here are the highlights from their remarks: Marlin said she has been trying to rebuild relationships with the business and development community "with the goal of increasing our , lessening the property tax burden on our citizens and supporting growth."

Clergy Corner, March 16, 2018

Earlier this year, a well-oiled team of Champaign firefighters used a combination of good luck and excellent training to save an iconic church building in downtown Champaign. At the end of its 10:15 a.m. service Sunday, the congregation at Emmanuel Memorial Episcopal Church will welcome and honor the crew from the Champaign Fire Department for saving their building, according to the Rev.

Area history, March 15, 2018

In 1918, John Hirschfeld, Charles Moles and P. T. B. Matheney of Champaign, alleged by members of the vice committee of the county board of supervisors to be the "big guns" behind the liquor traffic in Champaign, underwent grueling questioning the courthouse. The trio was called by State's Attorney Busch, Sheriff Evans and Champaign Mayor Tucker.

Militia mystery: Before arrests, bombing suspects were planning government protest

Before Michael B. Hari's arrest Tuesday on federal charges in connection with a bombing in Minnesota and an attempted bombing in Champaign, his anti-government militia planned to hold a protest Saturday in Hari's Ford County hometown of Clarence, opposing "the FBI and local law enforcement abuse" of the community's citizens. "We plan to cook out and serve food," said a March 10 post on under the screen name Illinois Patriot.

Urbana Human Relations Commission condemns Suburban Express over ad

Urbana's Human Relations Commission approved a statement Wednesday condemning Suburban Express, a local private transportation company, for a controversial advertisement last December widely considered to be racist. The statement comes more than three months after Suburban Express released the ad, which listed its benefits, including, "Passengers like you.

Man Who Bid For Border Wall Contract Charged In Minnesota Mosque Bombing

Three Illinois men have been charged by the U.S. Justice Department in the August 2017 bombing of a mosque in Minnesota. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption Three Illinois men have been charged by the U.S. Justice Department in the August 2017 bombing of a mosque in Minnesota.

LIVE! Today's student walkout

Champaign Central High School senior Symone Howell, 17, speaks to fellow students as they gather outside of the school during a student walkout Wednesday, March 14, 2018, in Champaign. Students across the country participated in walkouts Wednesday to protest gun violence, one month after the deadly shooting inside a high school in Parkland, Fla.

Honorary street name for pastor gets Champaign council's initial OK

The city council on Tuesday gave initial approval to designating an honorary street for Bishop Robert Perry of the Grove Street Church of God in Christ. The change would place "Bishop Robert L. Perry Jr." street signs at the end of each block of Grove Street between Fifth and Sixth streets, in addition to four commemorative signs.

Area history, March 13, 2018

In 1918, Miss Esther M. Stolt, the first Champaign nurse to leave for the war in France, departed for Chicago, where she was to join a base hospital unit that expected to sail abroad within a few days. In 1968, members of the Urbana Park Board ended a month of controversy when they appointed both Walter Jackson and Richard L. Thies to fill two vacancies on the board.

3 Illinois men, including one who drafted a border wall plan for...

Federal authorities on Tuesday charged three men from rural central Illinois with the bombing of a Minnesota mosque last year and said one of the suspects told an investigator the goal of the attack was to "scare" Muslims out of the United States. A statement from the U.S. attorney's office in Springfield, Illinois, says the men also are suspected in the attempted bombing of an abortion clinic.

Second man gets 10 years in Champaign burglary where cop, canine attacked

A Champaign man who played a part in a burglary at a Champaign home that resulted in an attack on a police officer and her canine partner has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. The sentence for Demetrius Gibbs, 28, who last lived in the 1700 block of Henry Street, was the same one that co-defendant Anthony Bailey, 21, received about a month ago after he pleaded guilty to residential burglary and aggravated battery to Champaign police Officer Kristina Haugen.

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