Scaled-back $150 million Arlington 425 plan gets village trustees' approval
Arlington Heights trustees Monday approved scaled-back plans for the stalled Arlington 425 downtown redevelopment project -- which would still be the largest development in some two decades in town -- in hopes shovels will get in the ground amid recovery from the pandemic.
Foxconn, Wisconsin reach new deal on scaled back facilityFoxconn Technology Group, the world's largest electronics manufacturer, has reached a new deal with reduced tax breaks for its scaled back manufacturing facility in southeast Wisconsin, Gov. Tony Evers and the company announced on Monday.
At West Chicago High School, special ed students can get into the T-shirt businessWest Chicago Community High School Chicago has launched a micro-business called WeGo Tees. Students in District 94's special education transition department print designs on T-shirts or hoodies for school clubs and groups.
Lang: Message at car dealership calling migrants criminals was not racially motivatedGary Lang, the owner of a McHenry car dealership, insisted Sunday a message that said criminals and new strains of COVID-19 are coming over the border that he displayed on his business' digital marquee last week was not racist, while also saying he was sorry many community members took it that way.
Duravant to buy poultry equipment makerDowners Grove-based Duravant LLC said it has agreed to acquire Foodmate, a leading manufacturer of poultry processing equipment dual-headquartered in Ball Ground, Georgia, and Numansdorp, the Netherlands. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Feder: NBC Sports Chicago boss Kevin Cross to head NBC 5, Telemundo ChicagoKevin Cross, senior vice president and general manager of NBC Sports Chicago, has been named president and general manager of NBC-owned WMAQ-Channel 5 and Telemundo Chicago WSNS-Channel 44, Comcast NBCUniversal announced today.
Feder: Chicago Journalism Review republishes Fred Hampton exposéThe Chicago police murder of Black Panther Party chairman Fred Hampton at his West Side apartment in December 1969 was so miserably reported by major media outlets that reporters turned to the Chicago Journalism Review to get the truth out.
Perma-Pipe sells, leases back Tennessee facilityNiles-based Perma-Pipe International Holdings Inc. Monday said it has completed a sale and lease-back transaction with Nash88 LLC that will generate $8.7 million in net proceeds for the company.
Tax credit bill aims to alleviate affordable housing shortageA bill that would offer state tax credits to owners and developers of affordable housing units passed out of committee last week at the Illinois Capitol.
ISACA to host virtual conference for IT professionalsISACA will host its first ISACA Conference North America next month, a new event focused on emerging technologies, innovation and best practices. The conference will be held virtually May 4-6.
Conroy's bill would free up Medicaid money for autism treatmentLegislation filed by Villa Park Democrat Deb Conroy in the Illinois House would free up millions of dollars in Medicaid coverage for autism treatment after a previous bungled attempt in 2019.
Business Ledger | Camping World announces executive hiresCamping World Holdings Inc. has hired two strategic leadership team members to enhance and expand future growth initiatives. Elizabeth Garry has joined the company as vice president, e-commerce; and Jessica Wegner has joined the company as vice president, customer loyalty and membership.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- BusinessScaled-back $150 million Arlington 425 plan gets village trustees' approval
- West ChicagoAt West Chicago High School, special ed students can get into the T-shirt business
- McHenry CountyLang: Message at car dealership calling migrants criminals was not racially motivated
- NewsVillage board to discuss changes to massive Arlington 425 plan
- ElginElgin mourns Chris Mau, owner of 'Doctor Who'-themed Blue Box Cafe
- PoliticsTrump appointee obstructed investigation of Sterigenics, new EPA report says
- GenevaEx-Delnor leader Wright remembered for commitment to hospital, community
- Hoffman EstatesHoffman Estates could see 85 homes where 75-home plan stalled
- ElginNew Moretti's may be on tap for Elgin
- Rolling MeadowsRolling Meadows' fifth and final video gambling cafe moves closer to opening
- BataviaStriking success: St. Charles Bowl marks 60th anniversary
- LibertyvilleTesla plans to be latest addition to Libertyville's Mile of Cars
- Kane CountyKane County property transfers, Oct. 12 to Dec. 1, 2020
- Lake CountyLake County property transfers, Nov. 20-25, 2020
- DuPage CountyDuPage County property transfers, Oct. 22 to Dec. 1, 2020
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