Chicago restaurant and brewery could expand to Wheeling
A vacant building on the north side of Wheeling's Restaurant Row may soon see some activity. The entrepreneurs behind a Chicago restaurant and brewery called District Brew Yards want to open a second location at 700 N. Milwaukee Ave., where Ram Restaurant & Brewery used to be.
United plans to shift 900 workers, flight control center to Arlington HeightsUnited Airlines is moving about 900 employees from the Willis Tower to a workplace in Arlington Heights, which will house a flight operations center.
Stolp Island Social restaurant to reopen in AuroraStolp Island Social, an Aurora restaurant that was briefly open before the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown, is reopening starting Friday, Dec. 10. Billed as a "seasonal kitchen and steakhouse" by owner and operator Amy Morton, Stolp Island Social focuses on sustainability and sourcing food locally whenever possible.
Constable: 'Annoying holiday song also is a quirky financial barometer"The Twelve Days of Christmas" is more than a classic and annoying holiday song. It's a whimsical financial barometer.
Feds launch investigation of Haymarket decision in ItascaJust weeks after Itasca overwhelmingly rejected a proposal for an addiction treatment center, federal prosecutors have launched an investigation into whether the village violated anti-discrimination laws. The issue had been raised after the village classified the proposal as a planned development rather than a health care facility.
Itasca moving into planning stage of downtown redevelopmentItasca is moving into second phase of its downtown redevelopment plan.
Rolling Meadows company accused of selling bogus hand sanitizerThe Massachusetts attorney general's office has filed a complaint against a Rolling Meadows-based company, alleging it sold bogus hand sanitizer to schools.
Feder: Sun-Times, WBEZ closing in on mergerFor a couple of news organizations that demand transparency from everyone else, there's been little of it from the Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Public Media, parent company of news/talk WBEZ 91.5-FM.
Elgin commits downtown tax dollars to new dorm for nonprofit Judson UniversityElgin officials are banking on an unusual plan that will use city property tax dollars to help finance the development of a new dorm for Judson University.
ComEd rate increase approvedThe Illinois Commerce Commission, which regulates the state's public utilities, has approved an overall $46 million increase in ComEd's electrical rates that will add 16 cents to the average monthly bill for residential customers beginning in January.
CDW finalizes $2.5 billion Sirius acquisitionLincolnshire-based CDW Corp. Thursday said it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Sirius Computer Solutions Inc. for $2.5 billion.
Horizon Therapeutics invests in Emmett Till's home renovationDeerfield-based Horizon Therapeutics Thursday said it has made a $100,000 seed donation to promote community engagement around the renovation of Emmett Till's childhood home in Chicago's West Woodlawn neighborhood.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- WheelingChicago restaurant and brewery could expand to Wheeling
- AuroraStolp Island Social restaurant to reopen in Aurora
- ItascaFeds launch investigation of Haymarket decision in Itasca
- ItascaItasca moving into planning stage of downtown redevelopment
- Rolling MeadowsRolling Meadows company accused of selling bogus hand sanitizer
- ElginElgin commits downtown tax dollars to new dorm for nonprofit Judson University
- Des PlainesBus depot proposed for former concrete plant in Des Plaines
- AddisonGrand Ridge National Bank expands in Wheaton
- WarrenvilleEN Engineering acquires Colorado-based company
- BataviaHow residents of Fox Chase subdivision in St. Charles keep their neighborhood beautiful
- Kane CountyKane County property transfers for Aug. 30 to Sept. 29, 2021
- Lake CountyLake County property transfers for Sept. 16-24, 2021
- Cook CountyCook County property transfers for Aug. 30 to Sept. 29, 2021
- DuPage CountyDuPage County property transfers for Sept. 3-29, 2021
- Prospect HeightsAllstate agrees to sell part of campus to developer for $232 million