Ex-astronaut: Otto Engineering in Carpentersville is making Mars mission possible
Scott Altman, a former NASA astronaut, had a hand in designing the spacecraft expected to travel to Mars. On Thursday, he met with the Otto Engineering employees making parts for its control module.
Developer courts e-commerce companies with $23 million spec warehouse in WinfieldAn unprecedented industrial development represents a $23 million investment in Winfield.
Why Grand Victoria Casino is cutting back dining hours at 2 restaurantsNow 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.
Would Vernon Hills company leave town over rejection of $1.37 million tax deal?Though praised as a good corporate neighbor, American Hotel Register Co. representatives failed to persuade Vernon Hills trustees to hand over $1.37 million in sales taxes for interior building upgrades the company believes will help it attract millennial workers.
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.
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.
Museum, parking considerations halting 5th Avenue planning in NapervilleRefinement of design ideas for 5th Avenue redevelopment in Naperville is on hold until the city makes some decisions about parking and the future location of the DuPage Children's Museum.
Money talks: Campaigns draw millions in 'outsider' cashSince the U.S. Supreme Court declared that campaign spending is free speech, corporations or nonprofits have had an easier time supporting or denouncing political candidates, leading to massive spending in tight races
Daily Herald editors discuss how the paper comes togetherDaily Herald editors provided an inside look at how the newspaper and website come together Wednesday night during the fourth in a series of "Facts Matter" presentations at Northwest Suburban High School District 214's headquarters in Arlington Heights.
Fox Valley Antiques Show and Sale offers authentic merchandise from 55 dealersDebbie McArdle, president of the Chicago Suburban Antiques Dealers Association, says the organization's 44th Fall Fox Valley Antiques Show and Sale is different from other antique sales.
Schaumburg Boomers win two business awardsThe Schaumburg Boomers may have fallen short of the Frontier League championship in 2018, but the ballclub has been recognized with two awards for its accomplishments as a business entity this year.
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Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- CarpentersvilleEx-astronaut: Otto Engineering in Carpentersville is making Mars mission possible
- WinfieldDeveloper courts e-commerce companies with $23 million spec warehouse in Winfield
- ElginWhy Grand Victoria Casino is cutting back dining hours at 2 restaurants
- Vernon HillsWould Vernon Hills company leave town over rejection of $1.37 million tax deal?
- DiningGastropub/music venue Hey Nonny opens in Arlington Heights
- Buffalo GroveBuffalo Grove considers plan for new Dunkin' Donuts
- NapervilleMuseum, parking considerations halting 5th Avenue planning in Naperville
- NewsDaily Herald editors discuss how the paper comes together
- GenevaFox Valley Antiques Show and Sale offers authentic merchandise from 55 dealers
- SchaumburgSchaumburg Boomers win two business awards
- NapervilleCar wash wins approval in Naperville, but city council isn't exactly enamored of it
- East DundeeDeveloper: New East Dundee restaurant could be a 'game-changer'
- Oak BrookSuburban health insurance providers sue opioid manufacturers, prescribers
- Vernon HillsShould Vernon Hills give local company $1.37 million to attract millennials?
- BusinessMcHenry building sold
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