Elgin developments would double traffic near Otter Creek Elementary SchoolThe second of two Elgin residential development projects that will double the traffic on the southwest side's Hopps Road faced opposition this week from long-time residents near Otter Creek Elementary School.
Downtown redevelopment in Fox River Grove stalled, but village exploring more optionsThe good news, Fox River Grove trustees relayed this week, is that the village could be getting a new sushi restaurant to replace the former Sticks Pub & Grub along Route 14. Unfortunately, other properties along Route 14 remain in limbo, including a section of village-owned property secured via eminent domain.
Two plans emerge for new industrial, business developments in GrayslakeTwo projects that could add a combined 140,000 square feet in new industrial building space are working through the approval process in the village of Grayslake.
The next of the big moves at O'Hare: Delta about to shift to Terminal 5Delta Air Lines will pack its 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.
Gone but not forgotten: A look back at suburban places that no longer existOver the past 150 years, countless places have opened and closed in the suburbs, including stores, restaurants, entertainment venues and businesses. Once again, we pay tribute to these gone-but-not-forgotten surburban icons.
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.
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Carpentersville trustees approve zoning category for Randall Road corridorCarpentersville trustees have approved a new zoning category to allow a limited number of light industrial uses along the Randall Road corridor.
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.
Tracking suburban history with 150 big storiesFrom plank roads to toll roads, and one-room school houses to flourishing universities, the suburbs and the Daily Herald have grown up since the newspaper's founding in 1872.
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.