Palatine turns down affordable housing plan because of traffic, densityIt's all but certainly the end of the road for a Wisconsin developer's plan for an affordable housing building in Palatine that had been widely opposed by residents.
Indoor karting, arcade venue to anchor first phase of Schaumburg entertainment districtThe first Midwest location of Orlando-based Andretti Indoor Karting & Games is proposed to anchor the first phase of a new entertainment district in Schaumburg on the west side of the village's Renaissance Hotel and convention center.
Longtime newspaper director Jack Pittas built business and family tiesJack Pittas, who helped lead Paddock Publications through myriad changes over 45 years, has died.
Deal would require trucking firm to buy property in Schaumburg by March 31Schaumburg officials are scheduled to vote Tuesday on a redevelopment agreement with Alsip-based Experior Transport that lays out the expected time frame for the trucking firm's purchase of a 55-acre site from the village and its construction of a new headquarters there.
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Schaumburg business acquires Michigan-based incentive companyDavid Jobes, owner and CEO of Motivation Excellence, said his company has purchased Viktor Incentives & Meetings, based in Traverse City, Michigan.
Hounds Town Aurora celebrates grand openingHounds Town Aurora, a pet day-care and boarding facility, has opened in a former McDonald's restaurant at 2011 W. Galena Blvd., Aurora.
NaturaLawn welcomes new franchise ownersNaturaLawn of America, the third largest lawn care company in the United States, welcomed Trevor and Trent Foss to the family as new owners of the Chicago-area franchise.
'It has so much potential': Des Plaines officials again looking at revamping Metropolitan SquareProposals to energize the Metropolitan Square Plaza in Des Plaines are being revisited by city officials, years after being shelved.