Plan for Long Grove gun store, shooting range withdrawnFacing overwhelming community opposition, a plan to open a gun range and store in Long Grove has been withdrawn by the developer, village officials said Friday.
'There is a community here': Elgin Mall vendors seek extension, new home after abrupt newsVendors at the Elgin Shopping Mall were told July 31 by mall management that the multi-vendor market would be closing at the end of August. The more than 100 vendors are now working directly with the building's landlord to arrange a six- to nine-month extension so they have more time to find a new location.
'If I couldn't buy it at Randhurst, it didn't need to be bought': Memories of Randhurst at 60It has been a rough ride for most of Randhurst Village's existence, but as the shopping center prepares to celebrate its 60th birthday, it has proved its resilience.
'A year head start': How advocates say Illinois is in a good position for federal climate spendingEnvironmentalists say Illinois is uniquely poised among the states to take advantage of the business and climate advantages posed by the Inflation Reduction Act.
South Barrington annexes land for proposed gated communitySouth Barrington officials on Thursday agreed to annex land for a proposed gated community.
Intricate mural will greet patrons at District Brew Yards in WheelingHand-painted by artist Lauren Asta, the intricate mural at District Brew Yards in Wheeling depicts people drinking and enjoying themselves. Wheeling Village Manager Jon Sfondilis hopes the artwork will be a draw for Restaurant Row,
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An entertainment destination: Bannerman's Sports Grill plans move to Bartlett business parkBannerman's Sports Grill in Bartlett is seeking to move from its 15-year-old original home on Route 59 to become an entertainment destination in the village's Brewster Creek Business Park, with an outdoor stage next to a new 10,000-square-foot building.
Early childhood center's move portends progress for Schaumburg entertainment districtBright Horizons Early Childhood & Education Center next week will celebrate the completion of its relocation from the shadow of Schaumburg's Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center to a newly renovated facility on the Roosevelt University campus in the village.
Randhurst celebrates 60 years in Mount ProspectFood, children's games, a historical society display and a classic car show were part of Randhurst Village's 60th anniversary celebration in Mount Prospect Saturday.
Manufacturing tour visit to Lake County highlights sector's role in state, local economyThe Illinois Manufacturers' Association continued its statewide "Manufacturing Matters" tour on Thursday with a stop at the College of Lake County's Advanced Technology Center in Gurnee to detail the results of a new economic impact study measuring the industry's significant contributions to the state and local economy.