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  • Credit unions awash with new money

    Credit unions awash with new money
    Local credit unions are roaring ahead in attracting more assets and loans, according to new data released by the League of Southeastern Credit Unions. The 12 Broward-based credit unions attracted as much new money in savings, checking accounts and other...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Brewery, Mexican restaurant opening in Lombard

     Brewery, Mexican restaurant opening in Lombard
    Lombard's efforts to bring new businesses to town are showing results, with a Mexican restaurant set to open as soon as late September and what operators describe as a production brewery expected to open by early November. "We've been talking to Lombard...
  • Businesses and residences planned for Ben Franklin site

     Businesses and residences planned for Ben Franklin site
    Amended plans for a mixed-use development in the former Ben Franklin store have been approved by the Palos Heights City Council. The council did not discuss the plans last week before voting, but Michael Coogan, owner of Brigid Capital Investments and...
  • 'Farm to fork' restaurant opening in Plainfield

    'Farm to fork' restaurant opening in Plainfield
    A new restaurant will be opening next month that will bring the "farm to fork" concept right into the heart of downtown Plainfield. Sovereign, at 24295 W. Lockport St., will serve food and craft beer with an emphasis on local ingredients. The owners...
  • 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...
  • Grants help Frankfort businesses expand

    Grants help Frankfort businesses expand
    Frankfort officials on Oct. 20 shelled out more than $65,000 to entice three business expansions — including a sprawling sports complex — and named a longtime employee utilities director. Xpress Solutions, a logistics firm, and Roma Sports...
  • Mokena touts Meijer as 'promise kept'

    Mokena touts Meijer as 'promise kept'
    The grand opening last weekend of a long-awaited Meijer store was cited Monday as an example of Mokena's ongoing plans for economic development. Trustee John Mazzorana said some people thought the economic downturn of the last few years would prevent...
  • Mokena OKs sports practice facility plan

    Mokena OKs sports practice facility plan
    Mokena trustees voted Monday to allow Velocity All Sports to operate a practice and competition facility for volleyball and basketball enthusiasts. The building at 9120 W. 191st St. will have 50,000 square feet devoted to indoor sports, with six...
  • Burr Ridge speeds up water meter swap

    Burr Ridge speeds up water meter swap
    Burr Ridge officials are expediting a program to upgrade and replace all residential water meters in the suburb. The village plans to replace about 700 water meters each year, according to Paul May, public works director/village engineer. The entire...