Rosemont closes on $12.7 million purchase of last undeveloped site in townRosemont has closed on its $12.7 million purchase of the last major undeveloped piece of land in town, officials confirmed Tuesday.
Pending legislation would allow small modular nuclear reactors in Illinois. What are they?Though it will be years before a small reactor is seen in Illinois, experts say gears are in motion to change that, and the new generation of nuclear power could cut costs, produce less waste and provide more flexibility when it comes to siting and cooling.
First Christmas season for McHenry's tiny Riverwalk ShoppesThe hustle and bustle of the holiday shopping season made McHenry's Riverwalk Shoppes feel like they were on the set of a Hallmark Christmas movie. That comment was one Erin Amendt, one of the proprietors at Mad Soyentist Candle Company, heard a few times on Small Business Saturday.
Pritzker promises transit fix, talks migrant housing and praises Biden at forumGov. J.B. Pritzker talks about migrant housing, the transit funding crisis, crime, Biden's age, keeping the 2024 DNC in Chicago safe and jobs coming to at a beefed-up Stellantis plant in Belvidere at a Crain's forum.
Artist captures essence of St. Charles in coffee mug designLooking for the perfect stocking stuffer for your family member in St. Charles? Coroco coffee has just the thing: a St. Charles-inspired coffee mug depicting favorite local landmarks.
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Richardson Christmas Tree Farm kicks off holiday season by donating more than 100 trees to troopsDozens of Christmas trees awaited their new homes by a FedEx trailer at the Richardson Farm in Spring Grove. In less than two weeks, more than 100 trees will be on their way to military bases across the country for U.S. military families.
Starbucks and Cooper's Hawk join Ogden Hill Shopping Center in MontgomeryInland National Development Company, LLC, a member of The Inland Real Estate Group of Companies, Inc., announced two new businesses will open at Ogden Hill Shopping Center in Montgomery, Illinois.
Schaumburg building owners hoping bees create back-to-office buzzA pair of commercial property owners in Schaumburg are hoping to create a new buzz around the experience of going to the office by offering beekeeping as an amenity. The proposal first must win village board approval.
'It's not inclusive': Senior housing plan draws criticism in Arlington HeightsA developer could get up to $13.75 million in public money for its proposed $100 million residential and commercial transformation of a blighted shopping center in Arlington Heights. But some say the proposal violates the letter -- if not the spirit -- of a local affordable housing ordinance.