Dashed Mill Race Inn development plans leave future of Geneva site in question
The Geneva City Council unanimously rejected a proposal -- more than a year in the making -- for a potential development at the Mill Race Inn site, leaving the high-profile parcel in limbo.
Palatine McDonald's plans remodel, expansion with new PlayPlaceThe McDonald's restaurant on Rand Road in Palatine is planning to remodel and build a 1,500-square-foot addition for an indoor PlayPlace.
From pianos to pot for Rosemont entertainment district siteShuttered only months after playing its first song, a dueling piano bar in Rosemont's entertainment district is being converted into a recreational marijuana dispensary.
Rosemont gets $2.8 million (not $45 million) to settle dispute over failed Emerald CasinoRosemont will get $2.8 million in a settlement resolving a long-running dispute over the failed Emerald Casino bid. The payout represents a fraction of what the village sought -- at least $45 million -- from six former Emerald officers as part of a bankruptcy proceeding.
Report: State energy laws created 'profit machine' for ComEdState energy laws passed in 2011 and 2013 allowed ComEd to earn huge profits while the utility giant failed to fulfill its promise of consumer savings and benefits, according to a new report issued by an independent public interest group this week.
Proposed cannabis store in Wheeling clears procedural hurdleA plan to open Wheeling's first cannabis dispensary cleared a significant bureaucratic hurdle Wednesday. A company called Mindful Illinois wants to open a store called Hatch in the former TGI Fridays restaurant at 1500 E. Lake-Cook Road.
Teen employee trying to save beloved Palatine ice cream shopThe outpouring of support for Palatine's Daisy's Malt Shoppe surprised both employee Ellie Roy, 17, and owner Brian Wallers.
'An incredible family legacy': Oswald's Pharmacy celebrates 145 years amid second global pandemicIn the throes of its second global pandemic, Oswald's Pharmacy in Naperville is celebrating its 145-year anniversary with giveaways, fundraisers and a display of historic memorabilia.
Feder: Dish Network blackout of Nexstar stations exploits viewersWhile Dish Network and Nexstar Media Group continue to play hardball on a retransmission agreement, viewers of "Chicago's Very Own" WGN-Channel 9 and WGN America cable network were plunged into darkness Wednesday night by the satellite TV provider.
Mount Prospect board allows dispensary to sell recreational potOne year after it rejected the sale of recreational marijuana within the village, the Mount Prospect village board voted Tuesday to opt in and allow its medical dispensary to sell recreational pot at its current location.
Ricky Rockets gas station likely coming to ItascaItasca village officials are finalizing plans to build a Ricky Rockets gas station as part of ongoing development in the village.
Fry the Coop to celebrate Prospect Heights opening Monday with free foodFry the Coop will be giving away one meal per person from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23, at its new Prospect Heights location at 580 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Six risks to be prepared for in retirementAs baby boomers approach retirement, many may find themselves in different economic circumstances than what they planned for. Recent economic events have taught us the downside of risk, yet careful planning can help soften the impact. Your retirement plan can stay on track if you focus on these six key risks.
Is your business keeping you up at night?When it comes to American business, often it's the largest companies that garner the most attention. It's no wonder that many people think these corporate giants are the most important enterprises in our economy.
Redefining how businesses work with their CPAEven before the pandemic, CPAs wanted to redefine what a CPA meant to their clients. They see the need to assist in planning for the future in a consultative manner and be there when their clients navigate through uncertainty as they make big decisions impacting their business.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- GenevaDashed Mill Race Inn development plans leave future of Geneva site in question
- PalatinePalatine McDonald's plans remodel, expansion with new PlayPlace
- RosemontFrom pianos to pot for Rosemont entertainment district site
- RosemontRosemont gets $2.8 million (not $45 million) to settle dispute over failed Emerald Casino
- WheelingProposed cannabis store in Wheeling clears procedural hurdle
- PalatineTeen employee trying to save beloved Palatine ice cream shop
- Naperville'An incredible family legacy': Oswald's Pharmacy celebrates 145 years amid second global pandemic
- Mount ProspectMount Prospect board allows dispensary to sell recreational pot
- ItascaRicky Rockets gas station likely coming to Itasca
- Prospect HeightsFry the Coop to celebrate Prospect Heights opening Monday with free food
- ElginElgin council unanimously supports ongoing renovation of historic home
- ElginHolly Days brings focus to downtown Elgin businesses
- NewsPandemic has different kinds of gifts trending this holiday season at Abt in Glenview
- ItascaStan's Donuts considering move to Itasca
- NapervilleFormer Naperville bank building could be repurposed into Montessori school
Through the Film Magnifier: Glen Campbell, Steve Garvey, Globetrotters, Scrabble tournaments and more
Through the Film Magnifier: Chubby Checker, Harrison Ford, Astronaut Jim Lovell and Dance Fever contestants