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Spiros Law Company Volunteer Night

At Spiros Law, we value the close-knit communities we are located in. We are proud to be one of the local businesses and like to take opportunities to step up and volunteer our time to help give back and enrich the communities that we work and live in. The Eastern Illinois Foodbank is an organization […]


Safe Boating Week: Common Boating Violations

May 19-24 is National Safe Boating Week! During this week, individuals are called to promote boating and lifejacket safety to boaters everywhere. In Illinois, summer is approaching, meaning that lakes throughout our state will be crowded with boats and people. Even though boating is a great activity to partake in with family and friends, it […]


National Bike Month: Rules Cyclists Must Follow

May is National Bike Month! This month is sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists and is celebrated all over the country. The initiative of the month is to appreciate bicyclists and encourage others to ride bikes. Biking is a great way to get exercise, reduce commuting costs, and preserve the environment. With that said, […]


School bus involved in head-on collision near Arcola

A bus carrying 25 first-grade students from Arcola Elementary School was coming back from a field trip on Illinois 133, just west of Arcola, when the bus was struck head-on by a Dodge Charger that had crossed lanes. The collision occurred around 2:45 p.m. on Thursday. Sherry Bare (61) was driving the school bus. Despite […]


Upcoming Road Construction in Champaign

As summer approaches, we can expect to see more road-construction projects. Recently, The News-Gazette spoke to Ken Crawford, who is the project implementation engineer with the Illinois Department of Transportation District 5, about the bigger construction projects in the area. Crawford mentioned 5 different projects throughout Champaign County, which included: Prospect Avenue Bridge: On June 1, […]


Bicyclist seriously injured in hit-and-run, savoy man arrested

On Monday, April 22, police were called around 8:15 p.m. after a bicyclist was hit by a vehicle in the 1600 block of High Cross Road. According to witnesses, three bicyclists were riding in a single-file line traveling south on High Cross Road when a vehicle struck the bicyclist that was last in line from […]


11th Annual Illinois Marathon

The Illinois Marathon was held for the first time in April of 2009 in Champaign, making this year the 11th annual race to be held in the city. For the past 10 years, the race has brought in tens of thousands of runners each year to compete in a variety of races offered. Not only […]


Crash On I-57 Results In Four Injuries

Over the weekend, a collision between a Nissan van and an International truck tractor resulted in the injuries to two adults and two minors. The crash occurred early Saturday evening and caused the closing of Interstate 57 for about five hours. According to Illinois state police, the driver of the 2004 Nissan van, Petona J. […]


Urbana Women Killed After Being Hit By Truck

Urbana Police responded to a fatal accident Thursday afternoon after a pedestrian was struck by a pickup truck at a crosswalk. According to police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Main and Vine Streets. The pedestrian was crossing the intersection from south to north and was hit by the pickup truck as it was […]


Sheehan Family Prepares for Annual Smoke Alarm Blitz

The third annual Smoke Alarm Blitz, in honor of Christian Sheehan, will take place on Saturday, April 13th. Firefighters and staff from the Champaign Fire Department and Neighborhood Service Department, along with Red Cross and Smoke Alarm Blitz volunteers will be going door-to-door in north Champaign to install working smoke detectors in as many as […]