Why Grand Victoria Casino is cutting back dining hours at 2 restaurants
Now owned by Eldorado Resorts, Grand Victoria Casino in Elgin has cut back on its buffet and dining hours effective Oct. 1 in the face of a continued slide in revenue.
Should Vernon Hills give local company $1.37 million to attract millennials?Vernon Hills is considering a potentially precedent-setting sales tax agreement that would help fund internal renovations at a corporate headquaters along Milwaukee Avenue.
Buffalo Grove considers plan for new Dunkin' DonutsBuffalo Grove's Planning and Zoning Commission will hear plans to add a 2,800-square-foot stand-alone Dunkin' Donuts with a drive-through at Spoerlein Commons, near Route 83 and Arlington Heights Road.
Suburban health insurance providers sue opioid manufacturers, prescribersTwo suburban-based nonprofit risk pools that provide more than 203 local municipalities with employee health insurance filed a joint lawsuit against leading opioid manufacturers, distributors, professional associations and prescribers.
Why tourism is thriving in the suburbsA new dining pavilion at Woodfield Mall, a renovated golf course in Addison, the addition of Great Wolf Lodge in Gurnee and new hotels and restaurants spotting the suburbs are just a few new aspects helping tourism thrive and grow in the area.
Buffalo Grove puts temporary ban on dog, cat salesAs Buffalo Grove leaders continue to debate regulations to prevent the sale of dogs from suspected puppy mills, the village imposing a six-month moratorium on the wholesale and retail sale of dogs and cats.
Car wash wins approval in Naperville, but city council isn't exactly enamored of itA new car wash coming to Ogden Avenue in Naperville could be part of a revitalization that is beginning to happen along the corridor, officials say.
Green Bay Packaging expands in Downers GroveGreen Bay Packaging is set to break ground for the construction of a new 170,000-square-foot complex in Downers Grove.
Des Plaines gives early go-ahead for senior apartments over neighbors' oppositionA proposed senior living community in Des Plaines opposed by its potential neighbors narrowly cleared a major hurdle Monday toward approval from city leaders.
Feder: Kathy Hart still won't say why she left The MixDuring the six months she was absent from "The Eric and Kathy Show" last year, Kathy Hart says she underwent treatment for headaches, dizziness and "some other unpleasantries that I won't share," Robert Feder writes.
6 techniques to boost your businessThank goodness times have changed and we can prospect new leads without cold calling and shameless begging, says Mary Sprow, director of sales at Topgolf .
Business Ledger | Ruffled Feathers Golf Club -- always the perfect partner Meetings, corporate and special events thrive at one of Arcis Golf's Chicagoland facilitiesA look at Ruffled Feathers Golf Club, the Arcis Golf property in Lemont that not only is a premier golf club, but a venue well-known for executing fun and successful group events.
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Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- ElginWhy Grand Victoria Casino is cutting back dining hours at 2 restaurants
- Vernon HillsShould Vernon Hills give local company $1.37 million to attract millennials?
- Buffalo GroveBuffalo Grove considers plan for new Dunkin' Donuts
- Oak BrookSuburban health insurance providers sue opioid manufacturers, prescribers
- Buffalo GroveBuffalo Grove puts temporary ban on dog, cat sales
- NapervilleCar wash wins approval in Naperville, but city council isn't exactly enamored of it
- Des PlainesDes Plaines gives early go-ahead for senior apartments over neighbors' opposition
- Downers GroveSavant Capital Management recognized as leader by Barron's and Forbes
- NapervilleMuseum, parking considerations halting 5th Avenue planning in Naperville
- SchaumburgSchaumburg Boomers win two business awards
- GenevaFox Valley Antiques Show and Sale offers authentic merchandise from 55 dealers
- St. CharlesSt. Charles lifts ban on home alcohol deliveries
- Hoffman EstatesSears' 'radical' past: How mail-order catalogs subverted the racial hierarchy of Jim Crow
- East DundeeEast Dundee creates new liquor license for small breweries
- AlgonquinHand Crafted Pizza Co. in Algonquin offers a healthy spin on a favorite
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