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  • Small-business profile: Life Rhythms

    Small-business profile: Life Rhythms
    Name: Noah Plotkin Age: 29 Hometown: Highland Park Name of business: Life Rhythms, Inc. Describe what you do/sell/serve: Life Rhythms offers individual and group percussion music sessions (drum circles) to promote personal growth, empowerment,...
  • Small-business profile: Orsi's Italian Ice

    Small-business profile: Orsi's Italian Ice
    Highland Park residents Stephanie Orsi, 48, and Frank Orsi, 54 have brought a Chicago Taylor Street tradition to the recently renovated Highwood Train Station with Orsi's Italian Ice. For the past two years, they operated a concession stand at the...
  • Clients come first in beauty business

    Clients come first in beauty business
    Jen Z's Beauty Services in Highland Park will mark its seventh anniversary with an in-store celebration on Oct. 7. "Jen Z" (Jennifer Zanotti Ori), 32, has been a make-up artist and esthetician for 13 years. After working as a manager for a large...
  • Orlando area sees surge in women technology entrepreneurs

    Orlando area sees surge in women technology entrepreneurs
    Beth Caffera has made a living by taking people into "the cloud." The Orlando telecom expert and chief executive officer of Cloud 3C LLC sets up phone- and Internet-based services for clients big and small. She started Cloud 3C mostly because she...
  • Lake Forest mayor says plans continue for nixed Whole Foods site

    Lake Forest mayor says plans continue for nixed Whole Foods site
    After a developer scrapped plans recently for a retail center that would have brought a Whole Foods market to the City of Lake Forest, the mayor told residents that discussions would continue on how to best develop that portion of the city. In a...
  • Leesburg temporarily waives fees in areas

    Leesburg temporarily waives fees in areas
    LEESBURG — The city has instituted a short-term waiver of impact fees in an effort to encourage redevelopment in certain parts of Leesburg. City commissioners recently approved forgoing utility, police, fire and recreation impact fees for...
  • New rules: Naperville bars can't offer large discounts on beer

    New rules: Naperville bars can't offer large discounts on beer
    Naperville bars can no longer offer major discounts on drinks and their security guards will get extra training under rules councilmen approved Tuesday tonight. However, officials said they need more time to discuss the possibility of unintended...
  • York County's Economic Development Authority OKs $34,500 to rent, operate business center

    York County's Economic Development Authority approved a proposal Tuesday evening to move a business innovation hub from the College of William and Mary to a leased building at 332 N. Henry St. in downtown Williamsburg. The Triangle Business and...
  • Economic development report almost ready to roll

    Economic development report almost ready to roll
    With 2014 winding down and the new year getting closer, the city is finalizing an economic development plan geared toward finding ways to boost commercial development on the city’s busiest corridors. Kyle Dudgeon, Winter Park’s economic...
  • Royal Farms quietly grows from dairy business

    Royal Farms quietly grows from dairy business
    Royal Farms quietly grew over decades into one of Baltimore's most ubiquitous businesses, but last week the convenience store chain took a bigger stage. On Wednesday, the city approved a $1.25 million, five-year agreement for Royal Farms to serve as...
  • Teens drafting plans for Naperville development

    Teens drafting plans for Naperville development
    Naperville students' new mission, since they chose to accept it, is to create a plan to attract businesses to the Naperville Crossings development. Roughly 300 students from Neuqua Valley, Waubonsie Valley and Metea Valley high schools kicked off...