The Anvil Club is closing to make way for a new restaurant in East DundeeThe Anvil Club, an iconic restaurant in East Dundee, is closing July 30. A sale is pending and the new owner plans to turn the restaurant, once a members-only dining club, into a Mexican restaurant.
Beginning of the end: Demolition crews arrive at Arlington ParkThe storied Arlington Park grandstand still towers above the western edge of Arlington Heights, but work that eventually will lead to its fading into history -- perhaps to be replaced by an even grander sports mecca -- reached the proverbial starting gate Tuesday.
'Halloween' actor to attend Emagine Batavia's opening day ThursdayActor James Jude Courtney, who plays "Michael Myers" in recent releases of the "Halloween" horror franchise, will host a Q&A session at the grand opening of Emagine Batavia on Thursday.
John Cerasani left a secure, well-paid job. Now he's bending elbows with the rich and famousOnce a Schaumburg and Notre Dame football player, John Cerasani used his football background and entrepreneurial spirit to build an early "retirement" as a venture capitalist.
Lawmakers vote to give power companies control over new downstate linesIn the final hours of their spring session last week, lawmakers approved a controversial measure that would give existing power companies in downstate Illinois, notably Ameren Illinois, the first crack at installing new transmission lines. But Gov. J.B. Pritzker said he would veto the bill
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