From starting gate to finish line, how we have chronicled Arlington Park over the yearsInk-stained pages of the Daily Herald and its predecessor publications would cover Arlington Park's 94-year race from the starting gate to the finish line -- both on and off the track, in News and Sports -- as sporting venue, tourist destination, suburban business and major employer.
Father and son teaming up to open new Barrington bistroA former Barrington restaurateur is returning with his son to open a new dining venue in a familiar location.
Former Daily Herald building in Arlington Heights to become medical officesThe former five-story Daily Herald office center in Arlington Heights -- sold to a developer three years ago and vacant since then -- is being converted into a medical office building.
St. Charles City Council approves apartment building project after plans revisedFrontier Development on Monday was given the green light to proceed with its proposed River East Lofts apartment project near the Fox River after revising its plans.
'Yorktown 2.0': Lombard mall plans $200 million apartment projectThe owner of Yorktown Center and a multifamily-housing developer plan to replace the vacant Carson's anchor store with a large-scale apartment complex and a public park. Other regional shopping centers are undertaking similar housing projects to lift their fortunes and breathe new life into hulking retail spaces.
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After chilly reception by Lake Zurich board, 52-townhouse plan to be tweakedA vote on a plan to build 52 townhouses in 12 buildings between Old Rand and Buesching roads was pushed off for a month after several Lake Zurich board members raised concerns about the project Monday.
Not 'accurate,' 'not complete,' Durbin, other elected leaders say of railway merger studySen. Dick Durbin and Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi want the feds to drill down on the impact of a Canadian Pacific-Kansas City Southern freight railroad merger on the Chicago region. "I don't believe what they produced is accurate," Durbin said.
What does the future hold for the suburbs? We asked the prosRevitalized downtowns and the creation of new areas that emulate their high-density mix of residences, businesses and entertainment will likely be among the top trends in the suburbs during the next three decades, planning experts say.
Bell Works in Hoffman Estates to lease second wave of 'ready-to-wear' office suitesBell Works Chicagoland - the business and residential redevelopment of the former AT&T corporate campus in Hoffman Estates -- has announced the availability of a second wave of "ready-to-wear" office space, now that the first wave is nearly booked.
'You're wasting our time': Arlington Heights board votes 9-0 against bid to stop Bears incentivesAfter assailing Americans for Prosperity's anti-corporate welfare ordinance at their last meeting, Arlington Heights' mayor and trustees Monday night took their first formal vote to double down on their position against the bid to stop incentives for the Chicago Bears' development.