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  • One year later, economic development group defends record

    A year after refocusing its mission, the Oak Park Economic Development Corp. defended its record in front of the Oak Park Village Board. Established in 1974 by area banks and businesses, the Economic Development Corp. refocused its mission last year,...
  • Coalition gathers signatures for 2016 vote on solar energy

    Coalition gathers signatures for 2016 vote on solar energy
    A petition drive that would let Florida voters expand the market for solar energy is racking up signatures. About month into the drive, Floridians for Solar Choice announced they've gathered 100,000 of the nearly 700,000 signatures needed to add their...
  • Merchants line up to sue A-Treat

    Merchants line up to sue A-Treat
    A-Treat's attorney said Friday that the Allentown soda-maker has fielded "bonafide offers" from at least 10 parties interested in purchasing the company. Jerry Barr said A-Treat owner Tom Garvey, who has declined interview requests, would like the...
  • Best Realtor

    Best Realtor
    Based in Avon, she works with clients from start to finish on corporate relocation, sales, new construction, horse properties, antique homes, land purchases and first-time home buying. Lynne Boyd, Coldwell Banker www.coldwellbankermoves.com  ...
  • Hoping to steer change, neighborhoods knit together

    Hoping to steer change, neighborhoods knit together
    Sarah Littlepage has been through this before. "Too many times," she said. The 62-year-old Union Square resident, whose family has run a furniture store in Southwest Baltimore since 1893, has been to meetings about improving the area, offered feedback...
  • Gloucester, Mathews weekly crime log

    Gloucester In the 7700 block of Rob Lane A report of damaged property was received Feb. 23 from a residence which occurred between 2:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. Resident reported a tire cut on two different vehicles parked at the residence. A 12-pack of Bud...
  • Political upheaval in Homer Glen

    Political upheaval in Homer Glen
    Within two months, Homer Glen Mayor Jim Daley Jr. went from running unopposed for his third term to losing by a wide margin to his political nemesis, Trustee George Yukich. In a surprising turn of events, Yukich went from being a non-candidate, to...
  • Crestwood voters back village sales tax

    Crestwood voters back village sales tax
    After soundly rejecting a plan last fall to give village officials home rule power and greater ability to levy taxes and fees, Crestwood voters on Tuesday supported enacting a 1 percent local sales tax. With 9 of 10 precincts reporting, 66.4 percent...
  • Highland Park artist eyes empty storefront windows

     Highland Park artist eyes empty storefront windows
    In a few vacant storefronts around Highland Park, art has filled the void — large cartoonish portraits of people bearing vulnerable, soulful and even comic expressions. Their creator, Jonathan Plotkin, a Highland Park artist and commercial real...
  • Moving Out: $1M Horse Farm In Hebron

    Moving Out: $1M Horse Farm In Hebron
    Robin Malkasian couldn't believe her luck when she found a 12.5-acre plot of farm land in Hebron. It was 1994, when large tracts of undeveloped land were getting harder to find, she said. A horse enthusiast since childhood, Malkasian had long wanted to...
  • Heated campaign for Homer Glen mayor nears end

    Heated campaign for Homer Glen mayor nears end
    It's the Election That Almost Wasn't in Homer Glen on Tuesday, as two political factions compete for village offices centered around a mayoral campaign that has engaged in more than a little mudslinging. In seeking a third term, Mayor Jim Daley Jr....