Some suburban businesses declare their own mask mandates for customers
In a comic strip on the front window of Graham Crackers Comics in DeKalb, a character tells Peter Parker to put his mask back on. The store's owners say they want their customers to be superheroes by wearing facial coverings amid growing public health concern over the rise of the COVID-19 delta variant. They are among local retailers to voluntarily bring back an indoor mask requirement.
Elgin soon could be home to largest corrugated box factory in AmericaElgin may land a new, $30 million industrial development and become home to the largest corrugated manufacturing facility in America.
Algonquin Commons adding Ashley Furniture, Barnes & Noble, Tap House Grill, X-GolfAlgonquin officials announced Tuesday that Ashley Furniture, Barnes & Noble, Tap House Grill and X-Golf will be moving into the Algonquin Commons shopping center on Randall Road.
CDC issues new eviction ban for most of U.S. through Oct. 3The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday issued a new moratorium on evictions that would last until Oct. 3, as the Biden administration sought to quell intensifying criticism that it was allowing vulnerable renters to lose their homes during a pandemic.
Surf-and-turf restaurant going into old Bank of America building in downtown Lake ZurichTwo veteran restauranteurs have leased the old downtown Lake Zurich Bank of America building from local developers and plan to turn it into an upscale restaurant with a fine dining room and banquet hall for 80 or more people.
Naperville's Dog Patch to close Aug. 31 after 49 years in businessAfter 49 years in business, Dog Patch Pet and Feed in Naperville will be closing for good at the end of the month.
Developer withdraws plan for affordable housing in PalatineA Wisconsin developer has withdrawn its request for preliminary plan approval to build a 58-unit affordable housing building in Palatine.
Going, going, gone: Bensenville neighborhood makes way for O'Hare area industrial developmentSoon there will be nothing left of the Mohawk Terrace neighborhood in Bensenville, as 106 houses are torn down to make way for industrial development. But, village officials say, it's not the same as when a large chunk of the village was demolished for O'Hare International Airport expansion.
Wedding planner opening new event venue in downtown WheatonA new event venue in downtown Wheaton plans to host wedding receptions in a completely renovated space along Main Street.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- BataviaSome suburban businesses declare their own mask mandates for customers
- ElginElgin soon could be home to largest corrugated box factory in America
- AlgonquinAlgonquin Commons adding Ashley Furniture, Barnes & Noble, Tap House Grill, X-Golf
- Lake ZurichSurf-and-turf restaurant going into old Bank of America building in downtown Lake Zurich
- NapervilleNaperville's Dog Patch to close Aug. 31 after 49 years in business
- PalatineDeveloper withdraws plan for affordable housing in Palatine
- BensenvilleGoing, going, gone: Bensenville neighborhood makes way for O'Hare area industrial development
- St. CharlesWedding planner opening new event venue in downtown Wheaton
- Glendale HeightsHoffman Estates 7-Eleven owned by Glendale Hts. man sells $2.45 million Lotto ticket
- Cook CountyTenants, landlords can seek help from Cook County sheriff's office
- Des PlainesLicenses for garage sales axed in Des Plaines
- Des PlainesRomanian heritage center plan rejected in Des Plaines
- PalatineSelf-storage, three new buildings planned for Palatine shopping center
- SchaumburgSchaumburg Library program to help holders of foreign degrees
- Glen EllynJared Deane joins College of DuPage as new dean of nursing and health sciences
Through the Film Magnifer, Walter Payton, Shadow Traffic, Danny Thomas at Woodfield Mall, Julia Child and more
Through the Film Magnifier: Bob Collins, Jack Nicklaus, Richard Daley, Woodfield Mall Ice Arena and more
Images:Through the Film Magnifier: Bobby Hull, Peter O'Toole, Ted Nugent, aerobics classes for kids and more