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Feeling too busy to declutter the entire house? Try this instead

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Senior volunteers benefit their communities, themselves

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The perfect pigskin party: Secrets from a local event planner

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Watson’s Shack and Rail: Brightening Champaign’s downtown through innovative creations

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From garbage to garments: UI students show off their converted creations

The University of Illinois held its annual Re-Fashioned Fashion Show on May 4 at Temple Hoyne Buell Hall, and designers amazed the public with their ingenuity and ability, creating ensembles from reclaimed, reused or recycled materials.

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A lifeline to those struggling: Addiction recovery center in Urbana expands

Drew Cooke was introduced to pain medication after being injured at work.

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Safe space: New facility meeting demand for students with special needs

For children who have undergone trauma, environment can make all the difference.

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Downsizing with style, comfort

Byron Denhart comes from a background in real estate construction management and first began thinking of the idea for a tiny home business after being laid off.

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For everything, there is a season

As with many things around the house, spring is a good time to make a “clean, fresh start” with your landscaping, according to BrownWoods & Associates Maintenance Operations Manager Gwen Wilson.

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Spring men’s fashion

Vivid colors and patterns will infuse some welcome energy to menswear this season, according to Jos. Kuhn & Co. manager Gordon Tracy.

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