One Winter Night fundraiser to raise awareness of Champaign-Urbana homelessness
Rob Dalhaus III has a degree in psychology from Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Ind., and has worked a variety of jobs.
Photos:News-Gazette file photos
Running program teaches life lessons
Nikki Mercer has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master of science in family and consumer sciences.
Making a difference
Diane Marlin loves Urbana.
Detoxes and cleanses
As a new year begins, people often focus on various forms of self-improvement, and chief among those are usually getting healthy and losing weight.
The autumn season means not just the typical deep and rich shades for the chillier temperatures but also some surprising trends in styles.
Dressed in crisp red, white and blue uniforms, a color guard stood at attention during the singing of the National Anthem between baseball games at Parkland College in Champaign.
Working Out PTSD
Tyler Wilson and Aaron Merrell never met but they had a lot in common. Both were Marines from Danville who went to California for boot camp, were stationed at Camp Lejeune, N.C., and served two tours of duty in Afghanistan.
Before the build
You decide you need a new home.
Two homes into one
Near Georgetown, the Emmerts’
Photos:Bridget Broihahn and Norma Emmert
From two A-frames
To make the perfect Craftsman-style house, an architect took two nearly identical A-frames that were blocks apart and joined them together in one light-filled home on Church Street.