Group wants to build $21 million affordable housing development in Elgin. Neighbors oppose it.An Elgin-based non-profit organization wants to build a $21 million affordable housing development on Elgin's northwest side. Neighbors don't like, saying the loss of the wooded area the project would go on will cause flooding, noise and bring unwanted renters to an area where most people own their homes.
'Due diligence': Naperville mayor defends meeting with Bears about stadium possibilitiesThe Naperville City Council met Tuesday for the first time since Mayor Scott Wehrli sat down with Chicago Bears President Kevin Warren to discuss the possibility of building a stadium in Naperville. And Wehrli defended his Bears meeting.
Business that doesn't pass neighbors' smell test is suing Mount ProspectA livestock feed manufacturer that has stirred up odor complaints from neighbors over the past four years is suing Mount Prospect to stop the village from taking steps that could lead its closing.
New ice cream shop in Algonquin has a focus on communityAlgonquin's newest ice cream shop may look like another small local ice cream option from the outside, but owner Mariangela Bolognini said its focus on community makes it stand out.
World's Fair to open Thursday in Hoffman EstatesFairgrounds Craft Coffee and Tea said it will open World's Fair by Fairgrounds Thursday, June 8, in the former AT&T research facility in Hoffman Estates.
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