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  • Belluomini has a buyer, expects to close this month

    Belluomini has a buyer, expects to close this month
    Paul Belluomini expects to pour his last beer and serve his last hamburger this month in the business his family has owned for the past 78 years. Belluomini said he has a buyer for his property on the northwest corner of 55th and Madison streets,...
  • Orlando City pub crawl shoots for record

    Orlando City crawlshoots for record It remains to be seen how the Orlando City Soccer Club will score on the field when they begin their inaugural season, but they are already winning the hype game. Not content with a mere tailgate party for their...
  • Our favorite spring break road trips of 2015

    Our favorite spring break road trips of 2015
    You likely need a change of scenery after this long winter. The good news is that traveling someplace exciting doesn’t always require getting on a plane. While gas prices are still low, it’s a great time to explore all that’s within...
  • Naperville debates allowing liquor license holders to serve in office

    Naperville debates allowing liquor license holders to serve in office
    A decision about allowing liquor license holders to hold Naperville City Council positions might not be made until after voters go to the polls April 7, when one license holder is among the 20 candidates vying for 8 seats. Current local law forbids...
  • DA: Nightclub owner surrendering liquor license, closing

    The Allegheny County district attorney says a Pittsburgh nightclub is voluntarily closing and its owner surrendering his license to the Liquor Control Board after a shooting that wounded one man and saw five others hurt by broken glass. Spokesman Mike...
  • Future of bar's liquor license not yet decided

    The day after former House Speaker Gordon Fox pleaded guilty to bribery, the board of licenses for Providence is not ready to revoke the liquor license of Shark Sushi Bar & Grill. Prosecutors say the bar paid Fox $52,500 in 2008 for help obtaining a...
  • Lawmakers say ex-speaker exploited system, it needs reform

    When candidates file campaign finance reports with the state, elections officials essentially take them at their word that the records are accurate. Now that ex-House Speaker Gordon Fox has pleaded guilty to exploiting weaknesses in that honor system,...
  • Keeping the dust off vintage and antiques show

    When Vicki Roe moved with her husband into a 1910-era arts and craft style home in La Grange 11 years ago, they needed new – well actually, old — antique furnishings to fit their abode's d├ęcor. Roe knew one place she could go: the Annual...
  • Borgata casino plans outdoor concert hall, new nightclub

    The Borgata casino will open an outdoor concert hall this summer and a new nightclub this fall. The casino is getting $14 million from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority toward the $15 million total cost of both projects. Atlantic City's eight...
  • King's Head British Pub and Restaurant opens in Pompano Beach

    King's Head British Pub and Restaurant opens in Pompano Beach
    A second King's Head British Pub and Restaurant has opened in Broward County along East Atlantic Boulevard in Pompano Beach. The new Pompano Beach restaurant, at 900 E. Atlantic Blvd. serves bangers and mash, cottage pie, clam chowder soup, grilled...
  • Naperville bar stabbing trial set for opening statements

    Naperville bar stabbing trial set for opening statements
    Jury selection concluded late Monday afternoon in the murder trial of a Naperville man accused of fatally stabbing an elementary school teacher in a nightclub confrontation in 2012. Opening statements and testimony are expected Tuesday morning in the...