Schaumburg entertainment district to start with demolition of office complexThe countdown is under way this month for the demolition of a single-story office complex that marks the first step in the creation of an entertainment district adjacent to Schaumburg's Renaissance Hotel and convention center.
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.
How the railroad age shaped the suburbs we know todayYou can't tell the history of suburban Chicago over the last 150 years without talking about railroad history.
Tax break could help bring grocery store to Palatine shopping centerPalatine village council members on Monday recommended that Cook County grant a property tax incentive to a portion of the Park Place Shopping Center as its owner moves forward with improvements and the possible addition of a new grocery store.
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.
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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.
U.S. presidents who visited the suburbs and why they were hereTen of the last 12 presidents of the United States have visited the suburbs. Here's a look at who visited where and under what circumstances.
Carpentersville trustees approve zoning category for Randall Road corridorCarpentersville trustees have approved a new zoning category to allow a limited number of light industrial uses along the Randall Road corridor.
Tracking suburban history with 150 big storiesFrom plank roads to toll roads, and one-room school houses to flourishing universities, the suburbs and the Daily Herald have grown up since the newspaper's founding in 1872.