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  • Vassar Street traffic signal -- too slow? Should it go?

    Vassar Street traffic signal -- too slow? Should it go?
    What is it about that traffic signal at Vassar Street? Anyone who has driven to the intersection of Smith Street and Edgewater Drive, stopped at the signal there, and then turned right onto Edgewater .... is likely to have immediately hit a backup of...
  • District 35 parents to protest school lunch changes

    District 35 parents to protest school lunch changes
    A policy change this fall to the Glencoe School District 35 PTO-sponsored school lunch program has prompted some frustrated parents and community members to plan to ask officials at tonight's Board of Education meeting to consider reversing the decision....
  • Glencoe parents, businesses protest school lunch change

     Glencoe parents, businesses protest school lunch change
    A group of Glencoe parents and community members displeased with a new policy restricting the delivery of school lunches to one vendor hired by the local PTO gathered at a School District 35 Board of Education meeting Monday night, asking district...
  • Oral History Nights returning to College Park

    Oral History Nights returning to College Park
    Anyone who loves learning more about College Park’s history should mark Monday, Sept. 22 on their calendar. That’s when the Oral History Nights start up again. “It’s just going to be a great time,” said Bill Jennings....
  • Oak Park gets another independent pharmacy

    Oak Park gets another independent pharmacy
    Oak Park has gained its third independent pharmacy, a newcomer joining two long-time businesses that have survived the competition from big chain pharmacies. Pharmacist Vishali Patel, the daughter of two independent pharmacy owners in California,...
  • Newport News in talks to bring grocery store to Southeast Community

    Newport News in talks to bring grocery store to Southeast Community
    City officials are in talks with two grocery store businesses in the hope of convincing at least one to locate to the Southeast Community. "We have in the past year or two contacted every grocery store that would go in the Southeast Community, in...
  • Waukegan Road work in Deerfield could mean delays

     Waukegan Road work in Deerfield could mean delays
    As the Illinois Department of Transportation began spot repairs on two stretches of Waukegan Road, officials and business owners hope temporary lane closures will not greatly impact traffic in Deerfield and Bannockburn. IDOT plans are for temporary...
  • Small business profile: Happy Sushi in Highland Park

    Small business profile: Happy Sushi in Highland Park
    South Korea native James Ko, 45, opened Happi Sushi in Highland Park 10 years ago. The Arlington Heights resident said he discovered the Ravinia Business District after attending a Ravinia Festival concert. "I realized how amazing this place was," he...
  • Ivanhoe Village Main Street explores changing business climate

    Ivanhoe Village Main Street explores changing business climate
    Mary Hurley is well aware of the fact that during the recession, many businesses, in order to survive, cut back on their staff and operated with the smallest manpower possible.  “These businesses got very efficient and did a lot more with fewer...
  • Ice arena operator who donated $165K to Bolingbrook mayor gets break on rent

    Ice arena operator who donated $165K to Bolingbrook mayor gets break on rent
    At a Bolingbrook Village Board meeting in May, longtime Mayor Roger Claar lamented the high cost of hockey, not only for those who play it but for those who run ice arenas. The Village Board, a group that has supported Claar virtually without dissent...
  • 3dCart grows as startups move online

    3dCart grows as startups move online
    It's a common plight: Someone wants to open a store online but doesn't have the technical skills. A Tamarac business is growing by meeting that need. 3dCart is a company that allows anyone to build an online store — without knowing how to code....