Open Road Paving Company continues work on Stage 2 (Bradley Avenue to Bloomington Road / Route 150) of the Staley Road Project. Stage 2 work items consists of milling off the old surface, patching, two-foot-wide asphalt safety shoulder, guardrail installation, pipe culvert installation, and miscellaneous ditch grading work. This stage is expected to be completed… (Read the Rest…)
Stark Excavating continues work on the North Fourth Street Extension. Concrete curb and gutter has been constructed along the entirety of the project and the granular sub-base has been placed and compacted. This week, Stark has been focusing on pouring the two connection points to Douglass Square and pouring sidewalks along the east side of… (Read the Rest…)
Sixteen area youth attended and graduated from the Police Department’s Basic Youth Police Academy and 8 youth attended and graduated from the Advanced Academy during the summer of 2012. The students engaged in obstacle courses, crime scene analysis, scenario reenactment and classroom instruction with School Resource Officers and volunteers. Graduates received certificates of completion.
Champaign Police Lieutenant Brad Yohnka retired on July 12, 2012 after 25 ½ years of service to the Police Department. Retired Lieutenant Yohnka took a day off and started in his new position as the Customer Service Representative for the City’s Public Works Department on July 16.
With the assistance of several other departments, the Information Technologies Department has launched a new section of the public website – the City Services Directory! Here, the public can get a brief overview of the services that the City has to offer, find the sections of the website that provide more information (if available), and… (Read the Rest…)
Join the Champaign Police Department at the Texas Roadhouse in Champaign on Friday, July 27, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm for the Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run fundraiser. Customers can stop by Texas Roadhouse for a “free” lunch served by local law enforcement! The meal features a pulled pork sandwich, corn, fresh baked bread… (Read the Rest…)
A packet of loving letters exchanged by her great-great-grandparents brings a uniquely personal perspective to Judy Cook’s program of Civil War songs, images and writings. “One Man’s Civil War” will be presented at the Champaign Public Library on Sunday, July 29, from 2 to 3 p.m., in Robeson Pavilion Room A & B. The event,… (Read the Rest…)
Join local law enforcement agencies in helping to “Save a Dream and Secure Tomorrow” Turn in a gun, receive a $50 Visa Cash Card! No questions asked. Limit 2 guns per person (No Gun Dealers please). Avaialable only to residents of Champaign County. When: Saturday, August 4, 2012 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Where: Champaign-Urbana Public Health District… (Read the Rest…)
Yesterday, at approximately 1:50 PM officers were dispatched to the area of Williamsburg and Thornton Drive for a report of an armed subject who pointed a gun at a 28 year-old Champaign woman. The victim reported to police that a male, sitting in the front passenger seat of a silver car, pointed a gun in… (Read the Rest…)
The City Council Agenda for the July 17, 2012 Regular Meeting is now available online. This meeting will be held in the City Council Chambers of the City Building, 102 N. Neil St in Champaign, at 7:00pm. The meeting is open to the public and participation is welcome and encouraged. Download a copy of the… (Read the Rest…)