Schaumburg considering unprecedented residential development right by Woodfield MallResidential buildings at least seven stories high soon could be allowed in an area of Schaumburg south of Woodfield Mall and west of Streets of Woodfield where no residential buildings ever have been allowed.
Abbott reopening Michigan plant to start producing EleCareAbbott Laboratories is reopening its Sturgis, Mich., manufacturing plant on June 4 after it was shut down in February due to reports linking baby formula made at the plant to infant illnesses and deaths. The North Chicago-based company said it's prioritizing producing EleCare, an amino-acid formula designed for infants and children with severe food allergies or gastrointestinal disorders.
Artist's passion evolves into booming business with Amdur Productions' summer art festivalsNothing says summer like a relaxed stroll through an art festival. But your brief cultural escape is serious business for the professionals at Amdur Productions Inc. who are planning 2023's art festivals as the 2022 season rolls out.
Gamblers' sports betting losses generate $122 million for Illinois in two yearsDespite the COVID-19 pandemic that shuttered casinos and newly minted sports wagering operations throughout Illinois in their infancy, betting on games, matches, tournaments and races has generated nearly $122 million for the state's coffers since March 2020.
Feder: Chicago radio ratings show V103 on top againWVAZ 102.7-FM increased its audience share in April and marked its 72nd ratings victory since the iHeartMedia R&B station signed on in 1988.
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Woman gets 5 years in prison for stealing from Addison law firm for which she workedA Chicago woman is sentenced to five years in prison for stealing from the Addison law firm for which she worked.
Outreach Community Ministries in transition with leadership, name change, new resale storeOutreach Community Ministries is rebranding as "Outreach" as it enters a new era of leadership and plans a new Jubilee Furniture resale shop in Lombard in collaboration with Timothy Christian Schools to open this summer.
Proposed apartment site would be Algonquin's largestAtlantic Residential has proposed a 325-unit rental neighborhood in Algonquin whose initial concept would make it the village's largest residential site to date, city planners said.
Frozen custard store, immediate care center could replace vacant bank in St. CharlesPlans call for tearing down a former bank building next to the Foxfield Commons shopping center on St. Charles' east side to make way for an Andy's Frozen Custard store and a Physicians Immediate Care center.
The Week That Was: Deadline for Tyson the bison, Cary toddler hit and killed by school busLake County Forest Preserve District officials want Tyson the bison out of the Lakewood Forest Preserve by Memorial Day. Officials investigate the death of a 3-year-old Cary boy who was hit by a school bus Monday afternoon. The Arlington Heights village board reaffirmed its decision not to fly the Pride flag outside village hall, but the library board will allow the flag. Pastabilities in Buffalo Grove has closed.