Four Gurnee-area restaurants won't be fined for defying indoor dining ban
Lake County Health officials visited and issued warnings this month to the four Gurnee-area restaurants that defied the state indoor dining ban. But now that Lake County has moved to Tier 1 restrictions, officials said the restaurants won't be fined.
New restaurant planned at former Golden Chef in WheelingA shuttered eatery on Wheeling's Restaurant Row may not be out of commission for much longer.
Snow or not, Arlington Alfresco could begin as soon as MarchThe popular Arlington Alfresco outdoor dining zone will return to downtown Arlington Heights streets as soon as mid-March, the village board decided Monday night.
Restaurant Week returning to Elgin area after a two-year hiatusAt a time when restaurants say they need help the most, Explore Elgin Area is bringing back restaurant week after a two-year hiatus.
146 apartments proposed for 15 acres near BartlettBartlett officials have largely praised an early concept plan to transform a family's 15-acre unincorporated property off of Naperville Road into a 146-unit apartment complex that would be annexed by the village.
In battle over GameStop shares, two big players flinchA David and Goliath saga is unfolding in financial markets over the stock price of struggling retail chain GameStop. On Wednesday, Goliath walked away from the battle.
Feder: Lite FM leads Chicago radio ratings with sounds of ChristmasMore than 2.2 million listeners tuned in to "Chicago's Christmas Music Station" in December, giving iHeartMedia adult contemporary WLIT 93.9-FM another humungous victory across the board in the latest audience survey.
Wood Dale company receives national safety awardIN-PIPE Technology of Wood Dale has received the national Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program designation, state officials announced.
State buys West Loop office buildingState officials on Wednesday announced the purchase of a 17-story office building in Chicago's West Loop for $73.25 million, a move Gov. J.B. Pritzker's office said will "pay for itself."
Apple urges security upgrade to iPhones, iPadsApple is urging iPhone and iPad users to update their devices to fix security flaws that might have been 'śactively exploited'ť by hackers
Feder: WLS Radio adds another familiar voice to afternoonsHearing Judy Pielach in mornings and Kim Gordon in afternoons, you might think you're listening to WGN 720-AM, where both spent decades anchoring and reporting the news. But in fact they're the two newest on-air voices at WLS 890-AM, the Cumulus Media news/talk station.
Business Ledger | Elk Grove company names new presidentMark Sullivan has been named president of Magnetic Inspection Laboratory Inc. in Elk Grove Village. The company is one of the largest providers of non-destructive testing, metal finishing, coatings and welding services for the aerospace, defense and medical industries.
Business recovery will require resilience, relationshipsNot all business owners were fortunate enough to receive government relief funds, especially in the first round. Experience shows that business owners who had a relationship with their bank were better served than those who didn't.
Company culture in the Year of COVIDThe pandemic has changed many things -- not only how we work, but how our company operates remotely as a team -- and has made maintaining our company culture challenging. Through fostering engagement among our employees, communicative and empathetic leadership, and the desire for continuous improvement, we've been able to find our stride.
COVID relief update: A look inside the Consolidated Appropriations ActIn a rare act of compromise, Congress came together at the end of December to pass the Consolidated Appropriations Act, which provides long-awaited and much-needed economic relief to businesses and individuals.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- GurneeFour Gurnee-area restaurants won't be fined for defying indoor dining ban
- WheelingNew restaurant planned at former Golden Chef in Wheeling
- NewsSnow or not, Arlington Alfresco could begin as soon as March
- ElginRestaurant Week returning to Elgin area after a two-year hiatus
- ItascaProposal for data center on Itasca Country Club golf course meets with resistance
- Bartlett146 apartments proposed for 15 acres near Bartlett
- Wood DaleWood Dale company receives national safety award
- NewsHart property owner revises plans, requests zoning change back to commercial
- PalatinePalatine TIF district might have first surplus disbursement
- NapervilleNaperville council to consider self-storage facility as part of Market Meadows redevelopment
- BensenvilleBensenville residents can now use app to request services
- NewsJack Whisler, downtown Arlington Heights visionary, dies at 84
- AuroraFormer Sears store demolished at Fox Valley Mall
- BataviaBatavia chamber names Ole Award winners
- West ChicagoCascade Drive-in reopening still faces 'a number of obstacles' in West Chicago
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