New year brings crowds to fieldhouse

For the Mahomet Citizen

With the start of the New Year—a time when many people resolve to start living a more healthy lifestyle—an increasing number of Mahomet residents have been taking advantage of the public hours available at the Mahomet-Seymour High School Fieldhouse. 

Renovations on tap for fire station

Now that their new facility on Franklin Street is complete, leaders at Cornbelt Fire Protection District are turning their attention to some improvements at the main station.

'Read to a Dog' coming to library

For the Mahomet Citizen

The Mahomet Public Library is preparing for its first official “Read to a Dog” program on January 7, 2017. 

Growth in community leads to growth of planning staff

Before developers can break ground on a new project in Mahomet, there’s plenty of paperwork, discussion and planning with village officials that goes on behind the scenes. 

Officers, volunteers carry on holiday tradition

Delivering food baskets to needy families is a Christmas tradition for local law enforcement officers, and they carried on that tradition in Mahomet last Wednesday morning.

Special census getting underway Dec. 30

A special census commissioned by the Village of Mahomet will get underway on Dec. 30, Village Administrator Patrick Brown said last week.

Four in running for six M-S seats

Six candidates will be on the ballot in April for Mahomet-Seymour school board, vying for four available seats.

Three candidates for three trustee seats

The campaign for several top village offices looks like it could be fairly low-key, based on an unofficial candidate list compiled following the filing deadline for candidates on Monday.

Christmas Giveaway benefits over 100 children

For the Mahomet Citizen

Tis the season for giving gifts, and for volunteers at It Takes a Village, the season hit its grand slam this past Saturday. On December 10, volunteers gathered at Grace Church for their Annual Christmas Giveaway. 

State payments still a concern

Although state lawmakers have made promises of fully funding public schools, Mahomet-Seymour administrators say that hasn’t quite been the case.


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