Schaumburg's first pot dispensary opens near Woodfield Mall
Schaumburg's first marijuana dispensary opened with little fanfare Wednesday but the customers who visited Sunnyside were happy to learn it's ready for business.
'Good old southern food' coming to NapervilleIt's a Southern Thing, a restaurant popular in Durham, North Carolina, is coming to Naperville with an opening planned for Monday.
Pheasant Run property could be divided for potential redevelopmentTo prepare the shuttered Pheasant Run Resort for potential redevelopment, property owners have proposed dividing the St. Charles campus into three separate parcels, one of which is already under contract to be purchased.
Pheasant Run memorabilia will be available in online auctionThe decor, the memorabilia, the fixtures along Bourbon Street all contributed to the lure and charm of the iconic Pheasant Run Resort. An online auction next week offers an opportunity to preserve the history and recreate the ambience of the decades-old St. Charles hotel and entertainment hub that ceased operations earlier this year.
Big screen blockbusters coming to a Walmart parking lot near youIt didn't take long for word of Walmart's drive-in film series to spread. And once it did, reservations for the retail giant's parking lot screenings sold out within hours. That includes stores in Aurora, Batavia, DeKalb, Elgin, Huntley, St. Charles and Streamwood, which are among the Walmart locations participating in the event running Aug. 14 through Oct. 21.
Loss of commuters means the end of Harry's Cafe at Naperville Metra stationA "Virtual Coffee Fund" wasn't enough to keep Harry's Cafe in business at the Naperville Metra station as the number of commuters has dropped during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shirley Ryan AbilityLab opens clinic in Arlington HeightsShirley Ryan AbilityLab opened its new daytime outpatient rehabilitation clinic on the north side of Arlington Heights this week, replacing a smaller one that closed in Wheeling.
Baxter creates dialysis Excellence AcademyBaxter International has launched the PD Excellence Academy, a new virtual training platform and educational resource center to help nurses develop their PD skills to deliver optimal patient care.
Liberty theater owner seeks demolition decisionVillage officials will be considering a request to demolish the 1930s-era Liberty theater in downtown Libertyville.
Winfield schedules public hearing on Town Center redevelopmentWinfield residents will soon get their first look at plans for a massive redevelopment of the village's downtown.
ComEd pleads not guilty in influence-peddling caseEnergy utility ComEd pleaded not guilty to bribery at an arraignment Wednesday despite previously admitting wrongdoing in an influence-peddling scheme that threatens to ensnare Illinois' most powerful Democrat, state House Speaker Michael Madigan.
1.2 million seek jobless aid after $600 federal check endsNearly 1.2 million laid-off Americans applied for state unemployment benefits last week, evidence that the coronavirus keeps forcing companies to slash jobs just as a critical $600 weekly federal jobless payment has expired.
Show me "more than" the money: Unlocking transition objectives for business ownersIndividuals want to maximize the value received for their companies, but what about engaging in proactive transition planning to better position owners and their companies to attain "more than" the money?
Ron Onesti: Take me out to the ballgame … and concert hallBaseball is back … kind of! Who would have thought we would be going through all of this AND a 60-game season with no fans in the seats? This MUST be some sort of bad dream; somebody wake me up! But regardless, I love my baseball, and will take it any way I can get it!
Money sense: When memory fadesWith the incidence of Alzheimer's and other forms of cognitive decline projected to rise, this insight from Merrill Lynch Wealth Management could help you prepare financially for a day you hope never will come.
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- SchaumburgSchaumburg's first pot dispensary opens near Woodfield Mall
- Naperville'Good old southern food' coming to Naperville
- St. CharlesPheasant Run property could be divided for potential redevelopment
- St. CharlesPheasant Run memorabilia will be available in online auction
- NapervilleLoss of commuters means the end of Harry's Cafe at Naperville Metra station
- WheelingShirley Ryan AbilityLab opens clinic in Arlington Heights
- BusinessBaxter creates dialysis Excellence Academy
- LibertyvilleLiberty theater owner seeks demolition decision
- WinfieldWinfield schedules public hearing on Town Center redevelopment
- BusinessConstruction starts on new Brightmont Academy facility
- LombardPinnacle Dermatology acquires N. Carolina practice
- WaukeganO'Donnell: Please hold all tickets on a Churchill Downs racino in Waukegan
- Mount ProspectMount Prospect to give recreational pot a second look
- Naperville'We have to stop the insanity of this': Why Naperville might 'turn off' short-term house rentals
- Downers GroveSavant unveils new 'Wise Counsel' brand
Through the Film Magnifier: Bill Veeck, George Hamilton, Bridge Club, Stateville Prison riot and more
Through the Film Magnifier: Doug Buffone, Cloris Leachman, draft registration, aerobics class and more