Geneva hospital launches new pilot program to address nursing shortagesIn an attempt to combat existing workforce shortages, Northwestern Delnor Hospital in Geneva is piloting a program that brings back a familiar staffer to health care life: A licensed practical nurse.
Dessert shop specializing in Asian treats coming to WheelingA dessert shop with an Asian flair is coming to Wheeling's Restaurant Row.
'Quasi-preneurs' see opportunity, challenges in franchising, in all kinds of businessesIn the months after the pandemic hit, many people with corporate jobs decided to strike out on their own, in what's referred to as the "Great Resignation." They looked for alternatives, including opening up a franchise with an established brand. Two "quasi-preneurs" opened a mortgage service branch in Oakbrook Terrace.
The Biz Week That Was: Group says Bears should pay for their own stadium; Original Rainbow Cone opening soonA political advocacy group is gathering signatures to petition Arlington Heights to ban taxpayers funds from being used to build a new Chicago Bears stadium.
Federal report predicts 'negligible ... temporary' impact of rail mergerA preliminary federal report released Friday contends the potential harm of a merger between Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern railways would be minimal. Suburbs disagree, and the full Surface Transportation Board has yet to decide.
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Instead of selling White Pines, park district might seek $20 million tax hike for new clubhouseThe Bensenville Park District has scrapped a proposal to sell a significant chunk of White Pines golf course for redevelopment, instead laying the groundwork for a $20 million tax-increase request to fund a new clubhouse.
After weeks of controversy, drag show brunch finally takes place at Lake in the Hills bakeryAfter a whirlwind couple of weeks at UpRising Bakery and Café -- which saw vandalism, a dispute with the village, a visit by Gov. J.B. Pritzker and national media attention -- an all-ages drag show brunch finally took place Sunday at the Lake in the Hills business.
New Arlington Heights sports bar 'Blitz' hopes to capitalize on Bears' move to townThough the first snap at a potential future Chicago Bears stadium at Arlington Park is years away, a new Arlington Heights sports bar can't help but boast of its proximity to the shuttered racetrack -- only 7 minutes away. And with football in the name and logo of Blitz Sports Bar & BBQ, its owners hope to capitalize on the team's possible relocation.
St. Charles plan commissioners generally receptive to downtown building proposalSt. Charles plan commissioners Tuesday night were generally receptive to a concept plan for a four-story mixed-use building in downtown.
Why Kane County will probably move new sales tax ballot question to AprilKane County will likely wait until April 2023 to place a referendum on local ballots seeking the creation of a new sales tax to support justice reforms.