BizWeek: A new grocery store in an old space; Benedictine University adds new leadership

  • People stream into Tony's Fresh Market opening Wednesday March 29, 2023 in Schaumburg.

      People stream into Tony's Fresh Market opening Wednesday March 29, 2023 in Schaumburg. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

Posted4/2/2023 1:00 AM

Tony's fills the space in Schaumburg

The grand opening of Tony's Fresh Market in Schaumburg's Town Square Wednesday morning ended a nearly decadelong vacancy of the 65,000-square-foot space.


Benedictine picks new president

The interim leader of a private women's college in Wisconsin will become the next president of Benedictine University, officials at the Lisle-based school announced Tuesday.

Elk Grove bans THC products

Elk Grove Village on Tuesday became likely the first municipality in the state to prohibit tobacco and smoke shops from selling any products containing THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.

Little City hires ex-congresswoman

Former U.S. Rep Marie Newman has been hired as the new CEO of Little City, a Palatine based agency that provides services to people with developmental and intellectual disabilties.

Making plans for Wheeling property

A gas station, car wash and convenience store has been proposed for vacant land in Wheeling where a shopping center once stood.

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Continued growth for community colleges

For the second semester in a row, community colleges saw year-over-year enrollment growth.

A new look for Buffalo Grove

Buffalo Grove has hired a national firm to help develop a branding strategy, as the village strives to tell its story during a time of big changes, including the redevelopment of the Town Center as The Clove.

New owners for restaurant building

The owners of Acquaviva have purchased the building from Christine DiGuglielmo, who co-owned the restaurant with her husband, Joe. Acquaviva recently closed its restaurant on Water Street in downtown Batavia.

Joining the Graze Craze in Schaumburg

A Huntley couple are bringing a national charcuterie box and board catering company to the suburbs by opening the first Illinois franchise of Graze Craze in Schaumburg.

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