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  Linda Zachman, of unincorporated Cary, has finally achieved what she’s always wanted, owning a sewing superstore that has become a destination for quilting and sewing fans from around the Midwest. In fact, some fans have made daylong events of...

Linda Z’s becomes sewer’s mecca in Arlington Heights

Updated: 11/7/2011 04:54 AM

  Private businesses are popping up on Cuba's main streets, in places hard hit by the decline of Cuba's sugar industry and the general economic malaise that has settled over the country after more than half a century of Socialist rule.

Free-market reforms take hold in Cuban countryside

Updated: 11/7/2011 04:45 AM

  A Buffalo Grove artist operates a business that caters to people who have lost their pet. She creates colorful glass pendants with the ashes of the pet in the middle.

Buffalo Grove business caters to people who have lost their pet

Updated: 11/7/2011 04:44 AM

  While Thanksgiving has not yet arrived, Small Business Columnist Jim Kendall says it's time to start working on plans for 2012.

Gut check: Time to start on pivotal 2012 plans

Updated: 11/7/2011 04:24 AM

  Patients with clogged arteries deep in their brains are more likely to suffer a stroke if the blockages are cleared and propped open with a stent rather than treated aggressively with drugs, researchers said. The results contradicted the...

Clearing brain arteries with stent may risk stroke

Updated: 11/4/2011 02:21 PM

  It's a nationwide shortage and it's going to get worse as the 70 million members of the baby-boom generation — those now 46 to 65 — reach their senior years over the next few decades. The American Geriatrics Society says today there's...

Aging boomers show need for more geriatricians

Updated: 11/7/2011 05:25 AM

  Wheaton officials on Monday cleared the way for a new salon downtown against the recommendation of the city's planning and zoning board and despite objections of several other salons in town.

Wheaton officials approve new downtown salon despite objections

Updated: 11/7/2011 10:29 PM

  A 24-year-old Arlington Heights man faces a felony gunrunning charge alleging he was selling guns without a license, police said Monday. Police said they discovered an illegal gun selling operation after suspect Andre N. Ritual accidentally fired a...

Accidental gunshot tips Arlington Heights police to suspected gun runner

Updated: 11/7/2011 05:42 PM

  The Republican field for the 31st state Senate seat grew Monday as Linwood "Lennie" Jarratt, an activist from Round Lake Beach and co-founder of the Lake County Tea Party, made his candidacy official. "Somebody's got to step up and go to the state...

Another Republican joins 31st state Senate race

Updated: 11/7/2011 05:38 PM

  Beginning in May 2012, WRMN 1410 AM Elgin will be the official radio home of Schaumburg Boomers baseball, with award-winning broadcaster Tim Calderwood calling the complete 96-game regular season and postseason schedule.

Schaumburg Boomers games on WRMN 1410 AM

Updated: 11/7/2011 04:45 PM

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