Developer scraps controversial apartment building plan in Des Plaines
A developer has withdrawn a controversial plan for a four-story apartment building where a church now operates in Des Plaines.
'Shot and a beer' bill would allow free drink for the vaccinatedLegislation filed by Riverside Democratic state Rep. Michael Zalewski would allow Illinois bars to offer free drinks to people who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
Three quick-service eateries planned on Gene & Georgetti site in RosemontA vacant Rosemont restaurant building that for a time housed the only suburban Gene & Georgetti location is set for the wrecking ball, to make way for as many as three quick-service restaurants.
A Millennium Park for suburbs? Schaumburg could build urban-style park at ex-Motorola siteSchaumburg trustees Tuesday will consider approving a $1.1 million bid for construction of the first phase of a 12-acre, urban-style park ultimately envisioned as a sort of Millennium Park for the suburbs.
Hampshire set to build downtown streetscape along State StreetA downtown streetscape will be built in Hampshire this summer along State Street between Washington Avenue and Jefferson Street. Construction is slated to begin in June and finish in September.
Wheaton Public Library restoring full hours, with new vendor for cafeThe Wheaton Public Library will restore full hours of operation next month and plans to reopen a cafe with a new coffee shop vendor in another step toward normalcy.
McHenry County businesses struggle to hire workers as reopening continuesGrinders Ale House in McHenry is among several McHenry County businesses that encountered difficulty hiring as the COVID-19 outbreak slows with safe and effective vaccines more widely available and as public health officials loosen public health restrictions.
College of DuPage signs transfer agreements with HBCUsCollege of DuPage students now have a simpler path to transfer to historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) thanks to recently signed articulation agreements with Florida A&M University and Kentucky State University.
Sara Lee issues allergy alert on undeclared peanuts in pecan piesOakbrook Terrace-based Sara Lee Frozen Bakery is recalling specific lots of select Sara Lee, Chef Pierre and Devonshire pecan pies produced between March 4 and April 1, 2021, because the product may contain undeclared peanuts.
DeVry offers new Business Essentials certificateIn an effort to prepare students for an ever-changing workforce, DeVry University is announcing a new Business Essentials certificate to equip students with interdisciplinary business skills.
Camping World acquires Boat-N-RV Superstore in South CarolinaLincolnshire-based Camping World Holdings, Inc., has announced the acquisition of Boat-N-RV Superstore in Ridgeland, South Carolina.
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Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Des PlainesDeveloper scraps controversial apartment building plan in Des Plaines
- RosemontThree quick-service eateries planned on Gene & Georgetti site in Rosemont
- SchaumburgA Millennium Park for suburbs? Schaumburg could build urban-style park at ex-Motorola site
- MundeleinNew challenge for Mundelein: Finding tenant for top floor of village hall
- HampshireHampshire set to build downtown streetscape along State Street
- WheatonWheaton Public Library restoring full hours, with new vendor for cafe
- BusinessMcHenry County businesses struggle to hire workers as reopening continues
- Glen EllynCollege of DuPage signs transfer agreements with HBCUs
- Oakbrook TerraceSara Lee issues allergy alert on undeclared peanuts in pecan pies
- NapervilleDeVry offers new Business Essentials certificate
- LincolnshireCamping World acquires Boat-N-RV Superstore in South Carolina
- ItascaFlexera execs named to 2021 Women of the Channel List
- BusinessManufacturers can utilize Argonne's supercomputers
- BarringtonSticking to the classics: Inaugural Barrington car show expecting prestigious lineup
- Itasca'Itasca Bucks' extended until the end of 2021, mayor announces
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