A year ago the second U.S. COVID-19 case landed in Hoffman Estates. Here's what happened next.
A year ago, Amita Health St. Alexius Medical Center in Hoffman Estates announced it was treating only the second confirmed COVID-19 patient in the United States. The hospital would go on to pioneer treatment methods for the coronavirus.
Schaumburg Amazon Fresh store to open ThursdaySchaumburg's long-anticipated Amazon Fresh grocery store will open on Thursday, Jan. 28, becoming only the second to begin operating in Illinois.
Suburban Cook County restaurants likely to resume indoor dining SaturdaySuburban Cook County and Chicago restaurants are likely to resume limited indoor service Saturday as key COVID-19 infection and hospitalization metrics in those areas continue to decline.
O'Hare now No. 2 busiest airport as COVID-19 takes toll on aviationHartsfield-Jackson International Airport has pushed O'Hare International Airport into second place for nation's busiest airport.
Deer Park to allow recreational pot shopsMore than a year after being legalized in Illinois, cannabis dispensaries catering to recreational users now are welcome in Deer Park.
Dist. 214 may join vaping lawsuit against JuulNorthwest Suburban High School District 214 could be the latest school system to join a class-action lawsuit against e-cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs that alleges the company's marketing tactics have put the health of students at risk.
How the Joe Biden presidency could impact your moneyA new COVID check, taxes, health care -- it's all on the line. Here's how.
Clear Height Properties relocates to Oak BrookClear Height Properties, a real estate investment, management and services firm, has relocated its offices from Chicago to an office building it owns in Oak Brook.
Sears demolition clearing way for big plans at Hawthorn MallEvidence of the massive makeover planned for Hawthorn Mall in Vernon Hills has emerged, as demolition of the former Sears anchor store is underway.
Glen Ellyn extends COVID-19 relief for businessesGlen Ellyn is extending a COVID-19 grant program supporting businesses for at least three more months.
Teriyaki Madness, Raising Cane's opening in Gurnee this yearTwo new chain restaurants -- Teriyaki Madness and Raising Cane's -- are expected to open in Gurnee this year.
Business Ledger | Business recovery will require resilience, relationshipsNot all business owners were fortunate enough to receive government relief funds, especially in the first round. Experience shows that business owners who had a relationship with their bank were better served than those who didn't.
Company culture in the Year of COVIDThe pandemic has changed many things -- not only how we work, but how our company operates remotely as a team -- and has made maintaining our company culture challenging. Through fostering engagement among our employees, communicative and empathetic leadership, and the desire for continuous improvement, we've been able to find our stride.
COVID relief update: A look inside the Consolidated Appropriations ActIn a rare act of compromise, Congress came together at the end of December to pass the Consolidated Appropriations Act, which provides long-awaited and much-needed economic relief to businesses and individuals.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Hoffman EstatesA year ago the second U.S. COVID-19 case landed in Hoffman Estates. Here's what happened next.
- SchaumburgSchaumburg Amazon Fresh store to open Thursday
- Des PlainesSuburban Cook County restaurants likely to resume indoor dining Saturday
- Cook CountyO'Hare now No. 2 busiest airport as COVID-19 takes toll on aviation
- Deer ParkDeer Park to allow recreational pot shops
- EducationDist. 214 may join vaping lawsuit against Juul
- Vernon HillsSears demolition clearing way for big plans at Hawthorn Mall
- Glen EllynGlen Ellyn extends COVID-19 relief for businesses
- GurneeTeriyaki Madness, Raising Cane's opening in Gurnee this year
- AuroraHow COVID-19 has affected new home construction in the Fox Valley
- Rolling MeadowsNew restaurants opening, as others close in Rolling Meadows
- PalatinePalatine wants to extend life of downtown TIF district for public projects
- BusinessEvanston indie bookstore rewrites "You've Got Mail" narrative
- BusinessCollege of DuPage takes top honors at awards
- Carol StreamCopresco expands capabilities with new digital printing press
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