Banquet hall, entertainment destination proposed for Naperville's shuttered Sam's Club
Owners of Naperville's Mall of India plan to transform an adjacent warehouse building into a multiuse entertainment and recreation destination, called The Matrix.
With pending sale, could Carson's store at Stratford mall be redeveloped?A prospective buyer has made an offer to purchase a vacant department store at Stratford Square Mall in Bloomingdale after the anchor property was put on the auction block amid retail turmoil at the regional shopping center.
New ramen restaurant heading to ElginTatsu Ramen House will open at the end of March in the space formerly occupied by Mr. Wok at 2490 Bushwood Drive, just west of Randall Road and north of I-90.
Palatine seeking tenant for former Starbucks space at train stationThe village of Palatine is seeking proposals to operate a restaurant/commercial space at 137 W. Wood St., inside the downtown Metra station, which was vacated by Starbucks in January.
Comptroller hopeful for outdoor events for summerComptroller Susana Mendoza reports COVID-19-related shutdowns and event cancellations cost the state nearly $500 million in tax revenue over the past year. Prior to the pandemic, tourism in the state brought in nearly $2.5 billion in sales tax revenue annually.
Cornerstone Bank relocates two branchesCornerstone National Bank & Trust Co. announced the relocattion of two of its current branches in Crystal Lake and Lake Zurich. Both locations will enter new buildings a few miles away from their current places of business.
Your credit report may be wrong; here's what to do about itAccuracy matters since credit report errors can suggest identity theft or fraudulent activity on your accounts. And because credit report data provides the raw material for credit scores, errors can lower your score.
Report: Illinois' pension debt tops $300 billionAs of June 30, 2020, the report stated, the total unfunded liabilities of the state's five pension systems stood at $317 billion, a 19 percent increase from the prior year. That was largely due to historically low interest rates, which have depressed pension fund earnings throughout the country.
Bartlett will continue to allow more outdoor diningBartlett bars and restaurants will be allowed outdoor dining for a second spring and summer season through Nov. 1.
Extended federal benefits end for someA shortened period for benefits under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program has been triggered by a decline in the state's unemployment rate.
3-D technology company hires new CEOSkokie-based Azul 3D, a developer of leading-edge 3-D printing technology, Thursday announced the hiring of Paul Decker as chief executive officer. Decker took over the post March 1.
Company makes desks for at-home workforceBolingbrook-based office products supplier Victor Technology LLC launched its first two electric standing desk models.
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from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- NapervilleBanquet hall, entertainment destination proposed for Naperville's shuttered Sam's Club
- BloomingdaleWith pending sale, could Carson's store at Stratford mall be redeveloped?
- ElginNew ramen restaurant heading to Elgin
- PalatinePalatine seeking tenant for former Starbucks space at train station
- BartlettBartlett will continue to allow more outdoor dining
- NapervilleNaperville wine tasting room seeking to offer craft beer, bourbon
- Glen EllynConstable: From landmarks like Arlington Park to Dr. Seuss, losing favorites is part of change
- Hoffman EstatesMayor says Hoffman Estates is poised to bounce back from pandemic
- Mount Prospect$26.8 million redevelopment of downtown Mount Prospect shopping center gets OK from board
- ItascaNew Dunkin' coming this summer to Itasca
- NewsGlenview resident selected for Burnham Fellowship
- WheelingWheeling cuts fees for business, liquor licenses due to pandemic
- SportsJim O'Donnell: Churchill Inc. perfectly positioned to donate land for Halas Stadium
- LifestyleArlington Heights' vehicle fleet gets greener
- St. CharlesSt. Charles marijuana dispensary poised to change location