Classic Dog n Suds drive-in in Grayslake for sale
The classic Dog n Suds drive in restaurant in Grayslake, which opened in 1963, is now for sale.
Developer wants to build townhouses on Mundelein's northwest sideA 186-unit townhouse development has been proposed for vacant land on Mundelein's northwest side.
Sullivan's Steakhouse closes in LincolnshireSullivan's Steakhouse restaurant in Lincolnshire has closed unexpectedly.
Hurricane Michael leads Allstate to $202M in losses during OctoberThe Allstate Corp. announced estimated catastrophe losses for the month of October 2018 of $202 million, pre-tax ($160 million, after-tax).
Elmhurst may tweak city planning update to address neighbor concernsResidents near Elmhurst now feel the city is hearing their concerns about one of five subarea plans that could update the city's 2009 comprehensive plan.
Glen Ellyn plans to borrow $10 million for parking garage, streetscape projectsGlen Ellyn officials are preparing to borrow nearly $10 million next month to help fund construction of a parking garage behind the Civic Center, downtown streetscape renovations and other big-tickets projects.
Feder: Michael Arndt resigns as editor of Crain's Chicago BusinessMichael Arndt resigned Thursday as editor of Crain's Chicago Business following a change in leadership at the weekly publication and website.
Ballard Designs opens in Oak BrookBallard Designs, a home furnishings and décor retailer, recently opened its newest store in Oak Brook Center, 2210 Oakbrook Center.
Mundelein demolishing Lake Street buildings to create lakefront parkMundelein officials have hired a demolition company to raze four homes and a commercial building that stand in the way of a planned municipal park along Diamond Lake.
Feder: Johnny B. makes a run for it at Radio Hall of FameAn afternoon snowstorm in New York Thursday delayed the start of the 30th annual National Radio Hall of Fame ceremonies -- including the induction of Chicago legend Jonathon Brandmeier and 10 others, Robert Feder writes. Jimmy deCastro, senior vice president and market manager of Entercom Chicago (and the man who brought Brandmeier to The Loop in 1983), said in his introduction: "If this was Chicago, the snow would've been plowed, we'd all be in the bar and this would've been over two hours ago!"
Downtown upgrades the focus of 2019 Arlington Heights budgetConstruction work in and around downtown Arlington Heights may be the most visual example of how the village might spend its money next year -- representing a portion of the $176 million annual budget discussed by the village board Wednesday.
Business Ledger | A Weighty Question for Employers: Is it Illegal to Discriminate Against Employees Because of Obesity?Since the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), one of the issues which continues to perplex employers is whether obesity is a disability under the Act. The answer to this question is important for many reasons.
A Weighty Question for Employers: Is it Illegal to Discriminate Against Employees Because of Obesity?Since the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), one of the issues which continues to perplex employers is whether obesity is a disability under the Act. The answer to this question is important for many reasons.
Weiss & Company LLC celebrates 50th anniversary in styleLast month, a crowd of over 300 gathered at The Glen Club in Glenview to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Weiss & Company LLP, one of the area's most enduringly successful accounting firms.
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from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- GrayslakeClassic Dog n Suds drive-in in Grayslake for sale
- MundeleinDeveloper wants to build townhouses on Mundelein's northwest side
- LincolnshireSullivan's Steakhouse closes in Lincolnshire
- BusinessHurricane Michael leads Allstate to $202M in losses during October
- EducationStreamwood High precision manufacturing program, instructor awarded $50,000
- NewsElmhurst may tweak city planning update to address neighbor concerns
- Glen EllynGlen Ellyn plans to borrow $10 million for parking garage, streetscape projects
- Oak BrookBallard Designs opens in Oak Brook
- MundeleinMundelein demolishing Lake Street buildings to create lakefront park
- NewsDowntown upgrades the focus of 2019 Arlington Heights budget
- AuroraCabot Microelectronics acquires KMG Chemicals
- NapervilleREFUEL conference attracts top speakers
- Lake ForestTenneco to acquire Swedish tech company
- BloomingdaleRoselle chamber plans awards banquet
- Sugar GroveAnytime Fitness ribbon cutting set
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