Neither heat, rain, cold nor drought can stop local sweet corn crop
The record rains and cold caused so many delays, some feared that this would be the year of no sweet corn. But the folks at Wiltse's Farm Produce in Maple Park found some ways to have the summer treat available starting this weekend.
Bo Jackson's sports dome to put Bensenville 'on the map'Bo Jackson is the driving force behind a new sports dome coming to Bensenville as the village aims to make itself into an amateur sports destination.
Conor breaks ground on new developmentConor Commercial Real Estate recently broke ground on its newest development in Prospect Heights.
McDonald's property sells for $2.15 millionSVN Chicago commercial recently sold a retail property at 2270 W Higgins in Hoffman Estates for $2.15 million.
St. Charles family business among those helping NASA reach the starsCain Tubular, a third-generation family-owned business in St. Charles, is among a number of Illinois-based companies that provide products and services for NASA's space programs. Its relationship with NASA goes back to the Apollo program.
Suburban Republicans object to Sterigenics settlementA group of suburban Republican lawmakers is calling on state and local officials to reverse course on a consent order that would allow a sterilization company linked to increased cancer rates to reopen its Willowbrook plant.
Schneider hearing examines Foxconn's impact on suburban floodingU.S. Rep Brad Schneider hosted a hearing in Wheeling Friday morning about the importance of programs to help small businesses recover from disasters and about how the Foxconn development in southeast Wisconsin likely will worsen flooding in the suburbs.
DuPage jail's welding program yields first inmates graduating with 'hope and purpose'When does a sheriff hug jail detainees? When he's proud of the first graduates of a new job-training program at the DuPage County jail. "You guys are at the beginning part of greater things to come," Mendrick told the grads.
BBB names three to board of directorsThe Better Business Bureau serving Chicago and Northern Illinois recently elected Ian Haisley, Amy Illarde and Molly McKenna Jandrain to its board of directors.
City Works opening in Wheeling in AugustChicago-based Bottleneck Management will open a new City Works resturant at 365 W. Dundee Road in Wheeling on Aug. 19.
Elk Grove Village seeks taxes from online travel companiesElk Grove Village has joined the list of Northwest suburban towns seeking local hotel/motel taxes from online travel companies.
Business Ledger | Can your business survive without you or your partner?You and your business partner have worked hard to build a thriving business, but what happens if your partner dies or is unable to work? Would your partner's spouse or heirs be able to take over for your partner? If not, would you have the means to buy out your partner or your partner's heirs?
Outsourced Accounting; What's it all about?Outsourced accounting is a service that provides a full, accounting department experience for businesses and nonprofit organizations without the appropriate resources for an accounting department or who are frustrated with the cost and effort put forth to staff their existing accounting department.
Balancing the financial needs of the family businessDuring the life cycle of a family-owned business, there are many reasons to seek financing. From start up to retirement, each loan has a means to an end -- to provide income to the members of the family while maintaining the success of the business.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- BusinessNeither heat, rain, cold nor drought can stop local sweet corn crop
- BensenvilleBo Jackson's sports dome to put Bensenville 'on the map'
- Prospect HeightsConor breaks ground on new development
- Hoffman EstatesMcDonald's property sells for $2.15 million
- PalatinePalatine leaders optimistic about potential for site of closed Holiday Inn Express
- St. CharlesSt. Charles family business among those helping NASA reach the stars
- PoliticsSuburban Republicans object to Sterigenics settlement
- WheelingSchneider hearing examines Foxconn's impact on suburban flooding
- WheelingDuPage jail's welding program yields first inmates graduating with 'hope and purpose'
- WheelingCity Works opening in Wheeling in August
- Elk Grove VillageElk Grove Village seeks taxes from online travel companies
- BusinessNew doggy day care coming to Arlington Heights
- Buffalo GroveBuffalo Grove approves change in Link Crossing agreement
- Buffalo GrovePolice seize 1,900 counterfeit items at Buffalo Grove store; owner charged
- Rolling MeadowsTwice rejected, backyard chickens back on table in Rolling Meadows
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