Brewery owner says businesses might work together to create 'Long Grove survival kit'
Some Long Grove businesses might band together for a proposed promotion intended to generate sales during the COVID-19 pandemic.
True Value's Cary plant ramping up production of hand sanitizerTrue Value Co. is converting part of its paint manufacturing plant in Cary to begin production of hand sanitzier and cleaning products in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Illinois farmers cautious about corn, soybean seasonIllinois farmers may feel the economic hit as COVID-19 could stall a rebound from the wet 2019.
Can you get coronavirus from mail or Amazon deliveries? It's very unlikely, experts sayWith COVID-19 able to survive on some surfaces for days, is the mail, Amazon packages and even daily newspaper safe to handle?
Will suburban landlords offer rent relief to commercial tenants?As COVID-19 restrictions enter their second calendar month, no clear trend has materialized as to whether shopping centers and other commercial landlords will offer rent flexibility to their directly affected tenants.
Dow average suffers worst quarter since 1987U.S. stocks sank, bulging the Dow Jones Industrial Average's loss in the quarter to a level not seen since 1987 as the pandemic almost certainly plunged the American economy into recession.
Trump rollback of mileage standards guts climate change pushThe Trump administration's rollback of mileage standards Tuesday marks a win for Americans who like their SUVs and pickup trucks, but the government's own estimates show big costs, too -- more Americans dying from air pollution, more climate-damaging tailpipe exhaust and more expense for drivers at the gas pumps.
Buying doctor cookies can help Highland Park deli cook for real doctorsThe sale of cookie doctors wearing masks have helped Joey Morelli of Max's Deli in Highland Park serve more than 500 meals to the real doctors fighting coronavirus.
With new owner in place, concerns remain over future of Stratford Square MallStratford Square Mall in Bloomingdale has a new owner, but its future is still uncertain.
Unemployment agency sets up alphabetized schedule due to volumeThe state agency tasked with overseeing unemployment benefits is using an alphabetized schedule to handle "an unprecedented volume" of claims in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Protect your health (and your data): 6 tips for remote working as COVID-19 spreadsAs the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to increase, organizations across the world have implemented measures to combat the spread of the virus to their employees and customers. One of the most common precautionary measures taken has been instituting or expanding remote working policies.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Long GroveBrewery owner says businesses might work together to create 'Long Grove survival kit'
- CaryTrue Value's Cary plant ramping up production of hand sanitizer
- ElginElgin police: About 36 calls, 1 violation for nonessential businesses staying open
- GurneeWill suburban landlords offer rent relief to commercial tenants?
- BataviaSalsa Verde closing Batavia location
- BusinessBuying doctor cookies can help Highland Park deli cook for real doctors
- BloomingdaleWith new owner in place, concerns remain over future of Stratford Square Mall
- Lake CountyLovell outpatient clinics closed
- SchaumburgISACA to offer certification exams remotely
- RosemontCulligan completes acquisition of AquaVenture, sale of Seven Seas Water
- StreamwoodStreamwood eighth-graders thank ER staffs with pizzas
- ElginShuttered Elgin hospital could reopen to treat coronavirus patients
- GurneeWith new controls in place, Medline again using ethylene oxide at Waukegan plant
- Lake ForestHorizon donates $1M to Illinois COVID-19 response efforts
- Rolling MeadowsBen Franklin stockholders approve CAFCU acquisition
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