Schaumburg entertainment district to start with demolition of office complexThe countdown is under way this month for the demolition of a single-story office complex that marks the first step in the creation of an entertainment district adjacent to Schaumburg's Renaissance Hotel and convention center.
The next of the big moves at O'Hare: Delta about to shift to Terminal 5Delta Air Lines planes will pack their bags next week for a short trip with major implications for O'Hare International Airport. The carrier is relocating from O'Hare's Terminal 2 to Terminal 5, where the Chicago Department of Aviation is finishing up a $1 billion rebuild and transition to offer both international and domestic flights.
What to do if you think your employees are quiet quitting'Managers who see these signs need to take prompt action to better understand how the employee is feeling. Unfortunately, we often see managers retreat from an employee who is quiet quitting because they want to avoid the challenging discussions.
How the railroad age shaped the suburbs we know todayYou can't tell the history of suburban Chicago over the last 150 years without talking about railroad history.
Life Spine to market 3-D printed titanium spacersHuntley-based Life Spine said Wednesday it received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to market its Ghost 3D-printed titanium spacer systems.
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Tax break could help bring grocery store to Palatine shopping centerPalatine village council members on Monday recommended that Cook County grant a property tax incentive to a portion of the Park Place Shopping Center as its owner moves forward with improvements and the possible addition of a new grocery store.
From starting gate to finish line, how we have chronicled Arlington Park over the yearsInk-stained pages of the Daily Herald and its predecessor publications would cover Arlington Park's 94-year race from the starting gate to the finish line -- both on and off the track, in News and Sports -- as sporting venue, tourist destination, suburban business and major employer.