The end is near: Demolition crews arrive at Arlington ParkThe storied Arlington Park grandstand still towers above the western edge of Arlington Heights, but work that eventually will lead to it fading into history -- perhaps to be replaced by an even grander sports mecca -- reached the proverbial starting gate Tuesday.
As ChatGPT continues to evolve, educators are figuring out its place in the classroomOnly months old, ChatGPT has stirred debate as educators try to figure out where this new tool fits in their classrooms, if at all. Across the suburbs, reactions have been mixed, but many view the AI-powered chatbot as a powerful companion in the classroom.
Chicagoland's economic development strategy? Creativity and collaborationIn an era of relentless change, what's the right economic development strategy? At Choose DuPage, we believe that it's all about creativity and collaboration.
How ComEd's grid supports clean energy investments across northern IllinoisThese days, ComEd plays an increasingly important role in large companies' decisions to build, expand or hire more people, as reliable power availability is a vital factor in today's digital economy.
Uncover the business and community value of investments to take advantage of government incentivesIf a company is planning to invest in talent, facilities, equipment or other capital investments, it is likely eligible for incentives from local and state governments, such as tax credits, training grants, expedited permitting for construction and more.
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Lombard OKs apartment plan for Yorktown Center mallIf all goes as planned, shoppers at Yorktown Center could see new apartments under construction on the mall property starting next year.
Two projects mark 'monumental' progress near Mundelein Metra stationAn agreement to develop the remaining lots around Mundelein village hall was big news in town this week but another key piece for the general area near the Metra commuter station already is underway.