Toms Price Home opening new flagship showroom in Oak BrookThe fourth-generation owners of Toms Price Home are growing the family business with a new showroom slated to open this summer near the Oakbrook Center shopping mall.
West Dundee trustees approve incentives to assist with restaurant projectWest Dundee trustees have approved an agreement with $300,000 in assistance for a $3 million project to transform a shuttered Chili's into The Assembly Cafe & Bar's second location. The popular Hoffman Estates eatery, known for its burgers and ribs, hopes to open the West Dundee restaurant by early 2023.
St. Charles hot sauce business owners win 'Small Business Person of the Year' awardChris and Mary Ginder's company Gindo's Spice of Life in St. Charles creates hot sauces. But for those who think it's all about the heat, they want people to know that it's so much more.
Northwest Community Hospital proposes cancer center in SchaumburgNorthwest Community Healthcare has proposed construction of a $86.8 million cancer treatment center on a portion of the sprawling former Motorola Solutions campus in Schaumburg.
After battling through pandemic with new owner, Pastabilities closes in Buffalo GroveBattered by the pandemic and rising food costs, Pastabilities in Buffalo Grove has closed. The Italian eatery served its last meal Tuesday.
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Elgin-based Heritage-Crystal Clean moving national HQ to Hoffman EstatesHeritage-Crystal Clean, an Elgin-based environmental products and services company, will move its national headquarters to the new Bell Works Chicagoland in Hoffman Estates, the developer behind the project announced Monday.
Coming full circle: Executive director of Batavia retirement community celebrates anniversary where it all beganYou could say Julio Macias literally worked his way up to the top job at Covenant Living at the Holmstad in Batavia. Macias, 40, the retirement community's executive director, began his career at the Holmstad years ago as a dishwasher, and last month he marked his first anniversary in his current role.
St. Charles loosens video gambling rules for businessesThe city of St. Charles will no longer require businesses to wait a year to apply for a video gambling license.
Car wash proposed for dormant Buffalo Grove restaurant siteA new car wash could give a fresh sparkle to a former restaurant site that has been gathering dust on Milwaukee Avenue in Buffalo Grove.
Pulte Homes ends bid to build 266-home subdivision in West ChicagoPulte Homes has withdrawn its proposal to build a 266-home subdivision in West Chicago on the south side of Smith Road between Route 59 and Klein Road. The project faced opposition from area residents and was not recommended by the city's development committee.
Could old Wheaton clothing store turn into a coworking space? Some question if it's a good fitA coworking business wants to turn a prime piece of downtown Wheaton real estate into shared offices at Main and Front streets. The planning and zoning board recommended the city council approve the project, but it wasn't unanimous.