Arlington Heights panel endorses idea of Bears sportsbook at Arlington ParkBettors were able to place wagers on horses for nearly a century at Arlington Park. Should the Chicago Bears redevelopment there come to fruition, fans may be able to put down money on football games and a whole host of other sports too.
Gurnee trampoline park renovation to add bowling, arcade and boozeA trampoline park in Gurnee is undergoing renovation to add a 10-lane bowling alley, an arcade, an "American Ninja"-style obstacle course and a bar for those who want to leave the bouncing to someone else.
Downtown Naperville celebrating completion of $4.9 million streetscape projectThe Downtown Naperville Alliance recently celebrated the completion of a major construction project in the heart of the city.
Freight railroad merger draws fiery comments on Day 1 of federal hearingSupporters and opponents of a merger between the Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern freight railroads laid out vastly diverging scenarios if the union is approved at a federal hearing Wednesday.
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Suit accuses nursing home operator of intentional understaffingResidents of several Alden nursing homes in the city and suburbs filed a lawsuit Tuesday accusing the company of endangering residents by understaffing facilities, leading to illness and injury.
Mundelein businesses set to get village grants for renovationsTwo Mundelein businesses are lined up to get five-figure village grants that will help fund facility improvements.
Still a little summer left: Harmony Fest marks end of Alfresco season in Arlington HeightsMore than 60 booths are in place and the stage is set for a weekend of food, drink and musical entertainment in downtown Arlington Heights.
Free ultrasounds in October at Harper CollegeHarper College's Diagnostic Cardiac and Medical Sonography programs are seeking volunteers for free non-diagnostic ultrasounds in October.