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  • Winnetka hopes sidewalk sale boosts traffic

    Winnetka hopes sidewalk sale boosts traffic
    Officials in Winnetka are hopeful that this weekend's sidewalk sale will provide a boost to the village's downtown retail district, which officials are currently studying in hopes of enhancing the local economy. The 2014 Sidewalk Sale, which runs from 9...
  • Winnetka OKs $47,400 for holiday lights downtown

     Winnetka OKs $47,400 for holiday lights downtown
    Determined to illuminate the village's business districts to attract shoppers during the upcoming holiday season, the Winnetka Village Council voted unanimously Tuesday to extend its holiday lighting program for 2014. The $47,400 program includes...
  • Winnetka considers fire sprinklers for all commercial buildings

    Winnetka considers fire sprinklers for all commercial buildings
    Winnetka officials are considering a proposal that would require all commercial buildings to be equipped with fire sprinklers within five years. The village passed an ordinance in 1977 requiring that sprinklers be installed in commercial buildings...
  • Mixed reviews for Winnetka fire sprinkler plan

     Mixed reviews for Winnetka fire sprinkler plan
    A proposed ordinance that would require commercial buildings in Winnetka to have fire sprinklers in the coming years is getting mixed reviews from local business leaders. Those in support of the plan say it's a life safety issue, but opponents call it...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Girls' Night Out will showcase Highwood businesses

    Girls' Night Out will showcase Highwood businesses
    The Highwood Chamber of Commerce is putting a new spin on its repertoire of events. Instead of an additional festival or fair, Celebrate Highwood will introduce "Girls Night Out!," a potential series of get-togethers that currently has one firm date...
  • 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...