"It's a place for everyone to go where they feel safe, where they feel welcome."
"Equitable education needs to always be on our minds when making decisions."
"Over the course of the last year, with the pandemic, one of the things that has become really clear is the extent to which racism impacts people's health and the public’s health."
After forging a relatively clear path to a second term as Mayor of Urbana, Diane Marlin looks back at the accomplishments of the last four years and ahead to the future of Urbana.
Karma Trade is a zero-waste swap service that prevents you from experiencing closet boredom while still being kind to the planet.
Jaclyn asks three people from the C-U community about what has surprised them over the past year and where we go from here.
Sandra Ahten is a progressive candidate challenging long time incumbent school board member John Dimit.
"It's easy to complain. What's not so easy is to roll up the sleeves, work, and help. It just seemed about time I help out for a change."
After choosing Champaign-Urbana as their home, two local women have dramatically shaped the policies, people, and history of our community.
Concerned neighbors in Urbana's Silverwood neighborhood are building community and providing basic needs, and they are hoping that others will join the effort.
From learning about heroes to putting their own mark on Black history, three Champaign-Urbana residents share how they're connecting with Black History Month, despite the challenges of COVID and the bitter cold.
The City of Urbana is developing a comprehensive plan, and you can be a part of the process.
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.