Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Arlington Heights Park District OKs deal to buy Grandt's Shell
The Arlington Heights Park District has struck a deal to purchase the long-standing Grandt's Shell service station -- a property it's sought for decades as part of a vision to expand Recreation Park.
'Our business model is long-term': Redevelopment of Schaumburg Motorola campus continuesThe completion and early occupancy of a 260-unit apartment building and the reopening of the Topgolf entertainment venue next door are the most visible signs of progress this unusual summer on the 225-acre Veridian Development replacing the former Motorola Solutions campus in Schaumburg.
Second Jewel-Osco set to open in Huntley this fallA second Jewel-Osco store is slated to open on the north side of Huntley by late fall. Construction of the roughly 63,000-square-foot store at 10090 Route 47, on the northeast corner of Route 47 and Reed Road, is nearing completion.
Flexibility more than just a mindset at new South Elgin stretching studioStretchLab, a one-on-one assisted stretching studio, recently opened in South Elgin along Randall Road.
Schaumburg approves 149-home subdivision on District 211 landSchaumburg trustees Tuesday unanimously approved a plan to build 149 single-family homes on a vacant 62-acre site, the largest concentration of new homes in the village since the 1990s.
Neighbors object to plans for outdoor stage at Mundelein barAfter complaints from nearby residents, a request to allow an outdoor music stage at a Mundelein bar has been put on hold.
'Party house' leads Naperville to ban short-term rentals -- for nowLoud music, large crowds and late-night chaos coming from a house on Santa Maria Drive in Naperville have prompted repeated complaints from nearby residents concerned about the safety and tranquility of their neighborhood.
St. Charles mayor orders bars to close at midnightDue to concerns about COVID-19, St. Charles mayor Ray Rogina on Tuesday announced an executive order for bars and restaurants to close at midnight starting Friday.
Peaches being recalled after salmonella outbreakThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration, along with the CDC and state and local partners, is investigating an ongoing multistate outbreak of salmonella enteritidis potentially linked to peaches packed or supplied by Prima Wawona or Wawona Packing Company, officials said.
Schaumburg may permit craft marijuana grower in industrial parkSchaumburg trustees Tuesday will consider approval of what would be the village's third recreational marijuana business, a craft grower that, unlike two recently approved dispensaries, would not be open to the public.
Feder: Sun-Times names Rachel Hinton chief political reporterJust three years after joining the Sun-Times as an intern straight out of DePaul University, Rachel Hinton has been promoted to chief political reporter.
Business Ledger | Business Ledger honors 'Best Places to Work in Illinois'An Itasca-based financial services company, a developer and manager of industrial properties, and a technology strategies and solutions firm were each named the top company in their respective categories in the Daily Herald Business Ledger's 15th annual Best Places to Work in Illinois competition.
Show me "more than" the money: Unlocking transition objectives for business ownersIndividuals want to maximize the value received for their companies, but what about engaging in proactive transition planning to better position owners and their companies to attain "more than" the money?
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- NewsArlington Heights Park District OKs deal to buy Grandt's Shell
- Schaumburg'Our business model is long-term': Redevelopment of Schaumburg Motorola campus continues
- HuntleySecond Jewel-Osco set to open in Huntley this fall
- South ElginFlexibility more than just a mindset at new South Elgin stretching studio
- GenevaGeneva hopes 60-apartment building will add energy to its downtown
- SchaumburgSchaumburg approves 149-home subdivision on District 211 land
- MundeleinNeighbors object to plans for outdoor stage at Mundelein bar
- Naperville'Party house' leads Naperville to ban short-term rentals -- for now
- St. CharlesSt. Charles mayor orders bars to close at midnight
- Kane CountyPeaches being recalled after salmonella outbreak
- SchaumburgSchaumburg may permit craft marijuana grower in industrial park
- LisleNaperville-area cleaning service teams up with nonprofit to help cancer patients
- RosemontPrinciple completes new warehouse project
- Lake ForestPactiv Evergreen files for potential IPO
- MundeleinGas station could replace restaurant, vacant factory in Mundelein
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