'We're not going back': Naperville mayor reflects on 2020, looks ahead to future development
A new Costco warehouse and other developments along East Ogden Avenue have contributed to a flurry of recent economic activity in Naperville, despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Steve Chirico said during his State of the City address Monday.
Popeyes could be coming to Gurnee this summerA plan to open a Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen in Gurnee near the intersection of Grand Ave. and Hunt Club Road has cleared its first hurdle.
How funeral homes evolved during COVID-19Like many industries, funeral homes were prompted to adapt in response to the pandemic.
Gurnee board to consider plans for industrial complex near Great AmericaA triangular parcel of land just south of Great America has long been seen by Gurnee leaders as the site of the village's next big tourist attraction. On Monday night, however, the village board will discuss a very different plan to build two massive industrial buildings there.
Portillo's enters spicy chicken wars with new hot giardiniera sauce on sandwichPortillo's, famous for its Chicago-style hot dogs, Italian beef sandwiches and yes, popular chocolate cake, is making a foray into the spicy chicken wars. But with a kick -- topping the new sandwich with a specialty hot giardiniera sauce.
Is a Bears move to Arlington Park realistic? Other NFL towns show what has to happenThrough the decades there have been several attempts to bring the Chicago Bears to the Arlington Park racetrack site in Arlington Heights. With rumors swirling again, what makes this effort different? Is it realistic to think the Bears would follow the lead of NFL franchises such as the Arizona Cardinals and the Los Angeles Chargers and Rams by trying to thrive in the suburbs?
1,600 layoffs coming at Illinois Jeep Cherokee factorySome 1,600 jobs are being cut at a Jeep Cherokee factory in northern Illinois as automakers continue being plagued by the global shortage of semiconductors.
Feder: V103 on top of Chicago radio ratings againWVAZ 102.7-FM, the iHeartMedia R&B powerhouse, widened its lead as Chicago's most popular radio station in the latest Nielsen Audio survey.
Assertio Holdings announces reverse stock splitAssertio Holdings Inc., a Lake Forest-based pharmaceutical company, Monday said it will implement a one-to-four reverse split of its issued and outstanding common stock. The reverse split will become effective when the Nasdaq stock market opens on Tuesday, May 18.
Lifeway Foods reports sales increaseMorton Grove-based Lifeway Foods Inc. Monday reported financial results for its fiscal year first quarter, saying its net sales were $29.4 million, an increase of $4 million or 15.7% from the same period in 2020.
United Airlines to add 400 daily flights in JulyUnited Airlines Monday said it is adding more than 400 daily flights to its July schedule and increasing service to reopened European destinations.
State will phase out eviction moratorium, expand grants for rentersGov. J.B. Pritzker announced Monday the state will "phase out" its moratorium on pandemic-related evictions by August and launched a new program to provide assistance to people who are behind on their rent because of COVID-19.
Business Ledger | Delta Dental of Illinois names new dental directorDelta Dental of Illinois said Dr. Jason M. Grinter has been hired as dental director. In this role, Grinter will manage Delta Dental of Illinois' professional relations department as well as oversee network development and recruitment.
3 ways to help employees reduce financial stressHere are three ways an employer can encourage their employees to prepare for the next financial emergency.
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from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Naperville'We're not going back': Naperville mayor reflects on 2020, looks ahead to future development
- GurneePopeyes could be coming to Gurnee this summer
- Round LakeHow funeral homes evolved during COVID-19
- GurneeGurnee board to consider plans for industrial complex near Great America
- Special ReportIs a Bears move to Arlington Park realistic? Other NFL towns show what has to happen
- BusinessRestaurants, theaters see benefits as 'Bridge Phase' starts
- BloomingdaleWoodman's Food Market targets late July opening in Bloomingdale
- SchaumburgISACA to recognize outstanding technology professionals
- LisleCTS Corporation board authorizes new share repurchase program
- Kane CountyKane County property transfers, Dec. 10-31, 2020
- Lake CountyLake County property transfers, Dec. 21-31, 2020
- DuPage CountyDuPage County property transfers, Nov. 12 to Dec. 31, 2020
- Cook CountyCook County property transfers, Dec. 21-31, 2020
- DuPage CountyDuPage County to seek proposals for new election equipment
- BarringtonTwo Barrington restaurants want to start serving liquor
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