Study: Illinois, other Midwestern states behind on renewable energyAlmost 20% of generated electricity in Illinois comes from wind and solar as of March 2023. While that's triple the amount generated a decade earlier, the state's renewable portfolio pales in comparison to states like Iowa, South Dakota and Oklahoma.
Hoffman Estates skeptical of hopping into regulation of rabbit sales at pet storesHoffman Estates officials were all ears this week during a spirited debate between representatives of animal rescues and the owner of a pet store over whether more regulations are needed for the commercial sale of rabbits.
New Portillo's in Algonquin celebrates grand opening, 60 years after 1st one debutedThe area's newest Portillo's restaurant officially has opened off Randall Road in Algonquin.
Beware of scams during holiday shopping surge'Tis the season for the holiday shopping surge. Unfortunately, as shopping increases, so do attempted financial scams and fraudulent activity.
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Construction complete on The Quin Apartments in SchaumburgMcShane Construction Company has completed construction of The Quin Apartments, a luxury community of 373 apartments and numerous amenities in Schaumburg.
Circle K offers 40 cents off per gallon and discount on food Nov. 30Circle K, the global convenience store chain, will offer discounted food and fuel across Illinois, Missouri and Iowa between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Thursday.
Schaumburg follows Rosemont's lead with tax to deter long-term migrant housing at hotelsSchaumburg trustees Tuesday followed Rosemont's example of imposing a tax of $1,000 per month on hotel stays exceeding 30 days to deter the village's room inventory from being chosen as a long-term solution for the temporary housing of migrants.
Rosemont closes on $12.7 million purchase of last undeveloped site in townRosemont has closed on its $12.7 million purchase of the last major undeveloped piece of land in town, officials confirmed Tuesday.