Different paths to repair, reopening in Naperville after mob damage
There is no one way forward for Naperville businesses affected by looting and vandalism Monday night, community leaders said Tuesday.
Destruction at businesses creates 'stark difference' from reopening scenesRiding high amid reopenings under Phase 3 of the Restore Illinois plan, some suburban businesses were back to a fresh low by Sunday and Monday, suffering damage or closing early after threats of unrest.
While Arlington 425 tries to obtain financing, trustees grant temporary project delayAmid financial concerns, the developer of the massive Arlington 425 development on Monday received a 90-day extension on the Arlington Heights village board's approval a year ago that was due to expire in days.
Curfews in Aurora and Downers Grove; Elmhurst asks downtown businesses to closeDowners Grove has established an 8 p.m. curfew for today, Aurora has extended its existing curfew, and officials in Elmhurst are telling City Centre businesses to close after learning of an unscheduled protest.
Aurora business owner: 'I fought to have this store and I wasn't going to just give it up'After spending the day watching a peaceful protest from her metaphysical shop in downtown Aurora, Maria De Los Angeles was at home Sunday night when she had "a horrible feeing" and felt compelled to go back. When she returned to her business, I of the Angeles, along East Galena Boulevard, De Los Angeles found a broken window and crowds of young people damaging other nearby businesses.
Restaurants, bars can serve cocktails to goIllinois restaurants and bars can serve cocktails to go Tuesday after Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed an initiative to provide establishments with financial relief in the wake of COVID-19 challenges.
Chicago mayor says city's reopening to go on despite unrestChicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Tuesday that the city will proceed this week with its next stage of reopening after coronavirus stay-at-home orders, despite days of unrest and violence.
Logistics park proposed along I-90 in HampshireTruck stops and freight companies have set the tone for development along Interstate 90 in Hampshire. In keeping with that theme, developers are now planning to transform a vacant 85-acre property at the Route 20 interchange into a logistics park.
Couple say they will reopen Aurora business that was lootedA Wheaton couple who own a shop in downtown Aurora are planning to reopen the business after it was looted and vandalized on Sunday night.
Brands weigh in on national protests over police brutalityAs thousands of protesters take to the streets in response to police killings of black people, companies are wading into the national conversation but taking care to get their messaging right.
Feder: WGN's Joe Donlon named weeknight anchor for Nexstar's 'News Nation'Nexstar Media Group has unveiled a lineup of anchors and correspondents for its upcoming nightly national newscast that includes three familiar faces from "Chicago's Very Own" WGN-Channel 9.
Returning to work: What liability do businesses have?As businesses are preparing to return to work, one question that is top of mind is what potential liability do I have if someone gets sick due to exposure from my place of business or the work that is being done?
Gerald Auto celebrates seniors with signs Celebrating graduates: St. Charles North seniors supported with sign projectMany pasttimes are being postponed or cancelled due to COVID-19. But graduating seniors at St. Charles North, one tradition is going strong this year - the congratulatory sign in the front yard.
Your PPP funds were granted -- now what?Unlike other traditional loans, having Paycheck Protection Program loans forgiven will not count toward taxable income. Your focus should now turn to maximizing loan forgiveness.
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- NapervilleDifferent paths to repair, reopening in Naperville after mob damage
- AuroraDestruction at businesses creates 'stark difference' from reopening scenes
- BusinessWhile Arlington 425 tries to obtain financing, trustees grant temporary project delay
- AuroraCurfews in Aurora and Downers Grove; Elmhurst asks downtown businesses to close
- NewsArlington Alfresco to begin Wednesday, but no Mane Event or Taste this year
- AuroraAurora business owner: 'I fought to have this store and I wasn't going to just give it up'
- HampshireLogistics park proposed along I-90 in Hampshire
- AuroraCouple say they will reopen Aurora business that was looted
- SchaumburgCCU, Andigo merger completed
- WheelingWheeling approves restaurant/retail development near Westin hotel
- NapervilleHelp for girls with eating disorders opening in Naperville
- NapervilleNaperville, Glen Ellyn, Aurora advise businesses to close ahead of planned protests
- Elgin'They took expensive stuff,' says owner of looted Elgin liquor store
- McHenry CountyGrant writing webinar for nonprofits set for June 30
- MundeleinMundelein insurance agent provides grant
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