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Site work begins on Centegra’s Huntley hospitalWhile construction won’t begin in earnest until late spring, crews have begun moving dirt on the site that will house Centegra Health System’s new 128-bed hospital in Huntley. Construction is expected to take 30 months to complete and the hospital will begin treating its first patients in fall 2016, said Susan Milford, Centegra’s senior vice president of strategy and development.Last Updated Mar 6, 2014 5:31 PM
Suburban outlet malls fight to stay viableUpdated Mar 4, 2014 2:41 PM
On outlet malls: “If the present climate were to continue and the migration to online shopping doesn’t hit a wall soon, we are going to see a continuing decline in the number of major shopping centers, and even secondary shopping centers, that are viable,” said George Rosenbaum, retail analyst. In the suburbs, Chicago Premium Outlets in Aurora, Huntley Outlet Center and Gurnee Mills each tell a different story on staying viable in a tough market.
Woman found dead in snow identifiedUpdated Mar 4, 2014 5:30 AM
An elderly Huntley woman who apparently wandered away from her home and was later found dead in the snow has been identified by the Kane County coroner's office.
Huntley to build bike path along Kreutzer RoadUpdated Mar 4, 2014 12:25 AM
The Huntley village board recently approved spending $150,000 for a bike path and screening along Kreutzer Road for Sun City residents as part of ongoing construction to extend that roadway west to Main Street, officials said.
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