Affordable housing project in Arlington Heights is a vote short -- for nowAfter a marathon meeting, most Arlington Heights village board members said early Tuesday they're in favor of a three-story, 25-unit permanent supportive housing development for people with disabilities and veterans on South Arlington Heights Road. But because of the peculiarities of state zoning law, the project requires one more vote from a village trustee for it to be approved.
Mount Prospect asks court to shut down factory amid ongoing odor complaintsFed up with odors that have been drawing complaints from neighbors for years, Mount Prospect is moving to shut down a local animal feed producer until it resolves its olfactory issues.
Stratford Square lawsuit dismissed as Bloomingdale continues effort to acquire mallAs Bloomingdale leaders work to acquire the remaining pieces of Stratford Square Mall, a judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought against the village by the owner of the main mall space.
Geneva's Delnor remodels ER to provide 4 rooms for mental health treatmentNorthwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital in Geneva renovated four new emergency department rooms to create additional spaces for behavioral health treatments to care for these patients, according to a news release.
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Buffalo Grove approves plan for Tesla, apartments on Rohrman siteBuffalo Grove trustees Monday approved the redevelopment of the former Rohrman property with a Tesla sales center, retail space and apartments. But the decision left some residents unhappy.
National affordable housing developer acquires Mount Prospect senior communityA national affordable housing developer announced Tuesday it has purchased a Mount Prospect senior living community. Standard Communities has acquired the 214-unit Huntington Towers at 551-571 W. Huntington Commons Road.
Cook, DuPage, Kane and Lake County property transfers for Sept. 12 to Oct. 4, 2023Cook, DuPage, Kane and Lake County property transfers for Sept. 12 to Oct. 4, 2023
'A step in the right direction': Libertyville gets tool to battle electric vehicle battery firesAs the number of electric vehicles increases, the Libertyville Fire Department has deployed new equipment to deal with lithium-ion battery fires.