Suburban officials hopeful AMC Theatres will survive
Despite AMC Theatre's pronouncement that it might not survive the shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, local officials are optimistic the nation's largest theater chain will rebound and again welcome movie lovers.
Unemployment rate falls to 13.3%, U.S. adds 2.5 million jobsThe U.S. unemployment rate fell to 13.3% in May from 14.7%, and 2.5 million jobs were added -- a surprisingly positive reading in the midst of a recession that has paralyzed the economy in the wake of the viral pandemic.
Submarine Express, an icon of downtown Mount Prospect, moving out to make way for bankSubmarine Express, an iconic dining spot in downtown Mount Prospect for nearly 40 years, is moving out to make way for bank.
State takes in $40 million in taxes from four months of pot salesThe Illinois Department of Revenue reported the state received more than $10.3 million in tax revenue from marijuana sales in April.
Warrenville to buy former gas station siteWarrenville will soon buy a former gas station that has stood vacant for nearly four years at the corner of Warrenville and Batavia roads.
'It's a new beginning': Diners fill the tables outside in downtown Arlington HeightsWednesday night is what Danny Barbarigos, like many other downtown Arlington Heights restaurateurs, has been waiting for. It was the first night of Arlington Alfresco, the outdoor dining zone that Barbarigos and owners of other closed downtown eateries sought to help their bottom lines.
Feder: Daily Herald to launch weeklies in Northbrook, GlenviewStarting June 18, the Daily Herald Media Group will launch the Glenview Herald and the Northbrook Herald, serving the two North suburban communities just east of the Daily Herald circulation area.
After historic casino closure, gambling returns to Las VegasThe casino coronavirus closure has ended. Cards are being dealt, dice are rolling and slot machines flashed and jingled for the first customers who started gambling again early Thursday in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada.
Aptar joins U.N. global initiativeAptarGroup, Inc. has joined the United Nations Global Compact, the world's largest citizenship initiative, which focuses on universal principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.
EPA tells Bensenville pesticide company to stop COVID-19 claimsThe EPA has ordered a Bensenville pesticide company to stop claiming its products are effective against the COVID-19 virus.
National Guard troops helping Schaumburg, Aurora policeIllinois National Guard troops are assisting police in Schaumburg and Aurora amid concerns with vandalism and looting that has occurred in some towns. Lt. Col. Brad Leighton, director of public affairs for the Illinois National Guard, said the troops are doing "critical site security" at Woodfield Mall and at spots in Aurora.
Business Ledger | Illinois Bone & Joint Institute opens Kildeer officeIllinois Bone & Joint Institute (IBJI), the largest independent, physician-owned orthopedic practice in Illinois, announces today the opening of a new physician office in Kildeer. This office is located at 21481 N. Rand Rd., Kildeer.
Returning to work: What liability do businesses have?As businesses are preparing to return to work, one question that is top of mind is what potential liability do I have if someone gets sick due to exposure from my place of business or the work that is being done?
Gerald Auto celebrates seniors with signs Celebrating graduates: St. Charles North seniors supported with sign projectMany pasttimes are being postponed or cancelled due to COVID-19. But graduating seniors at St. Charles North, one tradition is going strong this year - the congratulatory sign in the front yard.
Your PPP funds were granted -- now what?Unlike other traditional loans, having Paycheck Protection Program loans forgiven will not count toward taxable income. Your focus should now turn to maximizing loan forgiveness.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Lake in the HillsSuburban officials hopeful AMC Theatres will survive
- Mount ProspectSubmarine Express, an icon of downtown Mount Prospect, moving out to make way for bank
- WarrenvilleWarrenville to buy former gas station site
- News'It's a new beginning': Diners fill the tables outside in downtown Arlington Heights
- BusinessAptar joins U.N. global initiative
- BensenvilleEPA tells Bensenville pesticide company to stop COVID-19 claims
- AuroraNational Guard troops helping Schaumburg, Aurora police
- NewsNCH Wellness Center in Arlington Heights reopens
- NapervillePromenade construction approved
- Elk Grove VillageElk Grove cycling club gives back to help struggling restaurants
- Elk Grove VillageCook County rejects taller fences at truck lot near Elk Grove
- Long GroveLong Grove's Woodfire Tavern plans drive-in movies in parking lot
- SportsO'Donnell: Cavalry arriving at Arlington? Emergency Racing Board meeting Friday
- NapervillePaper hearts promote Black Lives Matter movement, positivity in Naperville
- WheelingWheeling Chamber closing 'temporarily'
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