Second recreational marijuana dispensary in St. Charles planning to locate along Randall RoadSt. Charles' second recreational marijuana dispensary plans to locate in the Randall Plaza shopping center on the city's west side.
St. Charles City Council approves apartment building project after plans revisedFrontier Development on Monday was given the green light to proceed with its proposed River East Lofts apartment project near the Fox River after revising its plans.
'Yorktown 2.0': Lombard mall plans $200 million apartment projectThe owner of Yorktown Center and a multifamily-housing developer plan to replace the vacant Carson's anchor store with a large-scale apartment complex and a public park. Other regional shopping centers are undertaking similar housing projects to lift their fortunes and breathe new life into hulking retail spaces.
Musk offers to end legal fight, pay $44 billion to buy TwitterElon Musk is abandoning his legal battle to back out of buying Twitter by offering to go through with his original $44 billion bid for the social media platform.
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Bell Works in Hoffman Estates to lease second wave of 'ready-to-wear' office suitesBell Works Chicagoland - the business and residential redevelopment of the former AT&T corporate campus in Hoffman Estates -- has announced the availability of a second wave of "ready-to-wear" office space, now that the first wave is nearly booked.
'You're wasting our time': Arlington Heights board votes 9-0 against bid to stop Bears incentivesAfter assailing Americans for Prosperity's anti-corporate welfare ordinance at their last meeting, Arlington Heights' mayor and trustees Monday night took their first formal vote to double down on their position against the bid to stop incentives for the Chicago Bears' development.
Capentersville and West Dundee offer dueling FAQs in response to potential warehouse developmentTo answer questions about a potential warehouse development, Carpentersville officials put together an FAQ. That prompted neighboring West Dundee to respond with a statement of their own.
Attracting and keeping a strong labor force in manufacturingThere are many misconceptions and old-fashioned thinking about this industry. People think it is a dirty job, low technology, low wages, low skills and education. This is simply not true.
150 years: A look back at our highlightsOver the past 150 years, a lot has happened at the Daily Herald, both with the company and the Paddock family. Take a look at our timeline to get a sense of our history, expansion and innovation.
150 people from the suburbs who made historyThe suburbs have been home to some of the greatest writers, actors, sports stars and business pioneers of the past 150 years. Here, we highlight a wide range of people who were born or lived in the area during influential periods of their lives. Some you know well; others might surprise you.