New life (and name) for a suburban classic: Hotelier, village are reviving Indian Lakes ResortIndian Lakes Resort faced an uncertain future when the hotel property went up for sale two years ago. But the Frank Lloyd Wright-influenced resort is showing signs of new life as hotel renovations progress and Bloomingdale leaders finalize plans for a golf course redo.
Will former Old Navy store in Vernon Hills be converted to a fitness center?A low-cost fitness center could fill the long vacant Old Navy space in the Marketplace of Vernon Hills shopping center.
Schaumburg officials to consider proposal for fourth marijuana dispensarySchaumburg trustees will consider a plan Tuesday to allow the village's fourth recreational marijuana dispensary in a majority of the former Omega Restaurant, which closed in March at the corner of Irving Park and Wise roads.
'My heart's here': Executive director celebrates 50 years at Elgin senior living facilitySusan Cincinelli recently celebrated her 50th anniversary of working at The Atrium at Oak Crest Residence in Elgin.
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Bill inspired by July water crisis in Lake County introduced in state HouseNewly proposed state legislation would require utility companies to notify fire departments when water supplies are disrupted.
BDO USA becomes first large public accounting firm to establish ESOPChicago-based BDO USA, which operates suburban offices in Rosemont and Oak Brook, has become the first large public accounting firm in the nation to establish an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) -- making it one of the largest companies overall to do so.
BizWeek: Arlington Heights acquired a key property; Verizon installing temporary cell towerThe Week in Business: Redevelopment is the plan for a property acquired by Arlington Heights. And a temporary cellphone tower is headed to an Arlington Heights parking lot.
Strikes against automakers spread to 38 locations, including NapervilleThe president of the United Auto Workers said Friday the union will expand its strike against major automakers by walking out of 38 General Motors and Stellantis plants in 20 states.