Project READ tutors help Champaign-Urbana adults learn skills in basic literacy, basic math or English as a second language.
Mentoring a Champaign-Urbana student can be gratifying experience for the mentor and a life-altering one for the mentee.
There’s only so much food in so little time! We’ve picked nine places to highlight during Champaign County Restaurant Week, and why you should go there.
Technology can be intimidating but many Champaign-Urbana organizations offer help.
A website started by University of Illinois students rates Champaign-Urbana restaurants based on their accessibility features.
The holiday season in Champaign-Urbana is one of the best times of the year, and the area offers plenty of opportunities for adults to take in the highlights of the season.
Working as an election judge is a great way to serve your country at the local level, meet people and even earn a little spending money.
The HOT ROD Power Tour will return to Champaign next summer, bringing cars cruising into State Farm Center.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in Champaign offers those 50-and-up a chance to take classes — but the opportunities extend far behind that.
If you’re looking to volunteer in the Champaign-Urbana area but aren’t sure where or how to get started, the Family Service’s Retired and Senior Person Volunteer Program is for you.