Garfield's in Palatine plans to remodel, add bar area
Garfield's Beverage Warehouse in Palatine is planning a renovation that will include adding a bar area designed for customers to try products for sale, a concept that launched in 2015 at the Crystal Lake store.
Arlington Heights allows for restaurants, offices, apartments, more at International PlazaArlington Heights trustees Monday made changes to long dormant redevelopment plans that could pave the way to senior housing, among a variety of other uses, at International Plaza on Golf Road.
'The best bagels in Chicago': Lisle trustees eager for Schmaltz Deli to move to townThe family-owned deli still needs to clear several hurdles to make the move to Lisle, but the village already is putting out the welcome mat.
Constable: Duchossois has fond memories, hope for what's next at Arlington ParkHis heart and soul went into the building of Arlington Park, but 99-year-old Dick Duchossois has fond memories and hope that new owners will do something that benefits the community.
After residents' complaints, developer shrinks plan in Des PlainesAfter an outcry from residents, a controversial plan to build an apartment complex and a commercial building in Des Plaines has been reduced in size.
Barrington sets public hearing on update to long-range planAfter conducting a residents' survey and lots of community meetings, the village of Barrington is nearing completion of its 2020 comprehensive plan and will hold a public hearing March 16.
Gurnee mayoral candidates debate on village's authority over ETO-emitting factoryThe two candidates vying to be Gurnee's next mayor disagree on how well the village has addressed concerns about the cancer-causing gas ethylene oxide and what steps they can take going forward.
New corporate headquarters, with jobs to fill, may come to ElginDuke's Root Control, a sanitary sewer contractor, is proposing to relocate from Crystal Lake to 400 Airport Road, Unit E in Elgin. Duke's would employ about 40 people from the proposed location, with the majority being service personnel whose annual salaries range from $40,000 to $100,000.
Feder: iHeartMedia stations pay tribute to 14 'Women Who Win'From the lieutenant governor of Illinois to the police chief of Aurora, 14 prominent women will be celebrated for their achievements during a monthlong, multiplatform tribute by iHeartMedia Chicago and YWCA Metropolitan Chicago.
2 conventions at McCormick Place canceledTwo big conventions announced Monday they will cancel events this year at McCormick Place. The National Restaurant Association Show was supposed to be the first event at McCormick Place in a year. It's now been rescheduled for spring 2022. And the Inspired Home Show was set for this August, but for the second straight year, the organization has dropped its convention plans.
Huntley board set to vote on Freeman Road development after slight changes to planThe Huntley Village Board is set to vote March 11 on a new development proposal on Freeman Road that promises upwards of 1,000 new jobs in 2022.
Business Ledger | Emily Conti joins Engineering Enterprises Inc.Emily M. Conti has joined Engineering Enterprises Inc. in Sugar Grove as a project engineer in the Environmental Group. She is a recent graduate of Purdue University and holds a bachelor's degree in environmental and ecological engineering.
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- PalatineGarfield's in Palatine plans to remodel, add bar area
- NewsArlington Heights allows for restaurants, offices, apartments, more at International Plaza
- Lisle'The best bagels in Chicago': Lisle trustees eager for Schmaltz Deli to move to town
- NewsConstable: Duchossois has fond memories, hope for what's next at Arlington Park
- Des PlainesGrant program created to help Des Plaines businesses recover from pandemic
- Des PlainesAfter residents' complaints, developer shrinks plan in Des Plaines
- BarringtonBarrington sets public hearing on update to long-range plan
- GurneeGurnee mayoral candidates debate on village's authority over ETO-emitting factory
- ElginNew corporate headquarters, with jobs to fill, may come to Elgin
- AuroraFeder: iHeartMedia stations pay tribute to 14 'Women Who Win'
- HuntleyHuntley board set to vote on Freeman Road development after slight changes to plan
- GrayslakeGrayslake to accept recognition for solar power efforts
- Des PlainesHow Des Plaines mayoral candidates want to improve the downtown
- St. CharlesSt. Charles man pleads guilty in scheme to hire undocumented workers
- EducationOakton to build state's first community college cannabis lab