Where Campustown and Downtown blur, Midtown's First Street is regaining its identity.
These C-U buildings were unable to strike the balance between old and new.
No longer a neighborhood of small homes and tree-lined streets, Campustown is quickly shedding the vestiges of its past.
Outside of Champaign-Urbana, many of our small towns face mounting challenges and shrinking populations. So, what can be done?
Dockless bike share has arrived in C-U. Joe takes one for a spin and shares his thoughts.
No, we are not Brooklyn, but "studentification" may be an issue we must address in the future.
As the U of I updates its vision for the future, some big changes are on the horizon.
Going solar in Champaign-Urbana just got a whole lot easier.
We all want to have elegant sustainable buildings in our community. A few of us have actually done it.
Bridget takes a trip around C-U, exploring the trails, caves, and alleyways, in search of green infrastructure and positive use of urban space.
In this series, we examine the "fiber wars," wherein multiple providers strive to make their versions of super-fast Internet synonymous with technological progress in C-U.
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communities in the state. Our Culture section highlights those people, places, and events that make us proud to live here.