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  • Small-business profile: Dean Zelinsky Private Label Guitars

    Small-business profile: Dean Zelinsky Private Label Guitars
    Name: Dean Zelinsky Age: 57 Hometown: Highland Park, IL Name of business: Dean Zelinsky Private Label Guitars Describe what you do/sell/serve: Manufacture and market high quality guitars What sets you apart from similar businesses? We sell...
  • Book business has nook inside Wheaton furniture store

     Book business has nook inside Wheaton furniture store
    If residents are looking for a place to buy books in Wheaton, they may want to head to the local furniture store. Prairie Path Books, which began as a traveling book store by two local women, will be celebrating its grand opening on June 2 inside Toms-...
  • New zoning designed to lift business park

    New zoning designed to lift business park
    Tinley Park officials are considering loosening zoning restrictions in the Duvan Drive Business Park in an attempt to breathe new life into the 40-acre light-industrial development near the village's center. The changes, if approved, would eliminate the...
  • Tinley debates medical pot restrictions

     Tinley debates medical pot restrictions
    Two Tinley Park planning commission members are investigating which of the village's non-residential districts would be best for a medical-marijuana dispensing operation. Bob McClellan and Art Pierce are expected to recommend limiting such an...
  • Florida man accused of buying, selling limited-edition shoes stolen from Nike headquarters

    Florida man accused of buying, selling limited-edition shoes stolen from Nike headquarters
    A Florida man is accused of receipt of stolen property after allegedly buying stolen limited-edition Nike shoes and selling them to businesses in five states, The Oregonian reports.  Jason Michael Keating, 35, of Sanibel, Fla., allegedly spent...
  • Letters about energy options are confusing La Grange residents, officials say

    Letters about energy options are confusing La Grange residents, officials say
    Some La Grange residents are confused by letters from an energy supplier describing power-buying options for the coming year, according to Assistant Village Manager Andrianna Peterson. FirstEnergy Solutions, the village's existing power supplier, has...
  • Libertyville rejects moratorium on new business

    Libertyville rejects moratorium on new business
    Libertyville trustees on Tuesday shot down a recommendation from Mayor Terry Weppler to put a temporary moratorium on issuing downtown business licenses, while the town looks into ways to solve what Weppler called a growing parking issue. Weppler said...
  • Two St. Charles businesses cited for underage liquor sales

    Two St. Charles businesses cited for underage liquor sales
    Two St. Charles businesses were cited for selling liquor to a minor during a compliance check last week, police said. A total of 23 businesses were inspected on March 21 by members of the St. Charles Police Department, as well as two civilians who...
  • Quilters lose haven in Downers Grove

     Quilters lose haven in Downers Grove
    A Downers Grove quilting and sewing shop has shut its doors, becoming at least the third store in the downtown area to close in the past year. The Quilt Basket at 1012 Curtiss Street closed in late May after a going-out-of-business sale. Owner...
  • Downers Grove backs liquor sales for Caputo's, retirement home

     Downers Grove backs liquor sales for Caputo's, retirement home
    Downers Grove officials revised village ordinances to allow more grocery stores to sell liquor and retirement communities to serve alcohol for the first time. Council members voted unanimously April 8 to authorize the new permits, which were created...
  • Elmhurst hot dog lady objects to proposed move

     Elmhurst hot dog lady objects to proposed move
    It appears Elmhurst's hot dog lady, who hoped to be back soon selling dogs from her vendor cart in the same spot she has held for 10 years in the city's downtown district, will have to wait longer to get her license – and to know where it will be...