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CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS — After years of sluggishness, real estate is finally starting to contribute to the overall economic recovery. The National Association of Realtors recently reported that sales of existing homes in the United States rose 7.8 percent from July to August. The national median sal...
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CHAMPAIGN COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® RESIDENTIAL SALES as of AUGUST 2012 Information gathered from Home Sold Report within InnoVia Single Family Residential: Includes Condo, Coop, House & Zero Lot; does not include 2-4 or Multi-Family Sales activity (units sold and closed) 312 ...
By Kristin Crowley - News 3 Story Created: Sep 18, 2012 at 5:49 PM CDT Story Updated: Sep 18, 2012 at 10:44 PM CDT HAMILTON COUNTY — A major transformation in McLeansboro is underway in anticipation of new jobs coming to the area. White Oak Resources plans to open a new coal mine next year. Mc...
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On Tuesday, the historical society took the first step toward restoring the old county jail that dates back more than 140 years. The jail had spent the last 70 years on a Hamilton County farm. The first attempt to move the old jail failed, because the iron structure weighed too much. Finally yes...