Hoffman Estates planners endorse rezoning AT&T site so it can become a full community
Hoffman Estates planning & zoning commissioners Wednesday unanimously recommended the rezoning of the former AT&T campus to facilitate its planned redevelopment into a self-contained community of offices, stores, restaurants, entertainment venues, apartments and townhouses.
Downtown Elgin street buzzing with new restaurants, moreCafe Revive opened last month, and a sushi place and pizza joint are expected to follow suit within the next two months in downtown Elgin.
Molex ranks highest in quality among Prime Source winnersMolex, a global provider of integrated electronic solutions, said Wednesday that it has received the 2017 EIS Supplier of the Year award.
Northwest Community Hospital marks 5,000th robotic surgeryNorthwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights has been doing more and more surgeries using the da Vinci robot. On Wednesday, the hospital celebrated its 5,000th.
Food truck coming to Long Grove plazaA Long Grove plaza off a busy thoroughfare has gained village board permission to host a food truck belonging to a potential restaurant tenant under a village test program.
Special touches make new 1910 Spirits and Crafts bar stand out in GenevaIt takes a special type of vision, business savvy and maybe a little art background to consider how a small apartment and adjoining storage area above your restaurant could be gutted to become a new gathering place in town.
Macy's rebound continues into 2Q, but shares tumbleMacy's rebound continues into the 2Q, but shares tumble
Uber narrows 2Q loss as company polishes tarnished imageUber narrows its losses but still struggles to make money while the ride-hailing service's CEO deals with the headaches left behind by his predecessor
Schaumburg Township homeowners can file tax appealsSchaumburg Township single-family homeowners who believe their property has been over-assessed can file appeals through Sept. 14.
How a Kavanaugh Court could affect labor and employment lawWhen Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh was to be nominated to fill the vacancy on the United States Supreme Court, the immediate question for many employers "how will a Kavanaugh court affect my workplace?"
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- Hoffman EstatesHoffman Estates planners endorse rezoning AT&T site so it can become a full community
- ElginDowntown Elgin street buzzing with new restaurants, more
- BusinessNorthwest Community Hospital marks 5,000th robotic surgery
- Long GroveLong Grove joins suburbs raising concerns about Foxconn
- Long GroveFood truck coming to Long Grove plaza
- BataviaSpecial touches make new 1910 Spirits and Crafts bar stand out in Geneva
- NewsSchaumburg Township homeowners can file tax appeals
- WaucondaStack-On to eliminate 150 jobs, partly because of tariffs
- AuroraAurora man's call to service helps veterans improve their homes
- LombardPinnacle Dermatology buys North Oakland Dermatology in Michigan
- Long GroveLong Grove postpones hiring company to demolish bridge cover
- Rolling MeadowsMosque expansion earns first positive vote from Rolling Meadows aldermen
- Mount ProspectAfter 50 years working with bicycles, Prospect Bikes owner closing his shop
- Downers GroveGovernor signs bill requiring public notice of tollway contracts
- Buffalo GroveLong Grove Vintage Days is a shopper's delight
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