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  • Highland Park Country Club may no longer be golf course soon

    Highland Park Country Club may no longer be golf course soon
    More than 20 years ago, Highland Park bought the Highland Park Country Club in an effort to prevent development of the course, most of which lies in a flood plain, officials said. Now, the future use of that property is unknown as park officials said...
  • Car dealer requesting incentives for Orland Park site

    Car dealer requesting incentives for Orland Park site
    Village officials gave early approval to a sales tax incentive agreement that would help bring a Tinley Park Mazda dealership to Orland Park. The three members of the Orland Park Development Services, Planning and Engineering Committee on Monday...
  • Boardwalk near Lake Katherine proposed

     Boardwalk near Lake Katherine proposed
    A new plan for Palos Heights' gateway features a boardwalk, restaurants, retailers, condos and a boutique hotel — all within eyesight of Lake Katherine Nature Center and Botanic Gardens and a waterfall. Preliminary plans for the development on the...
  • Tinley Park considering added sales tax

    Tinley Park considering added sales tax
    Tinley Park officials are considering a proposal which would enact a .75 percent home rule sales tax this summer on goods purchased in the community. The south suburb does not currently have a home rule sales tax but is considering the measure in an...
  • Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles under new ownership

    Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles under new ownership
    An economic revival appears to be underway on St. Charles' east side, where another prominent Main Street property was purchased this week. Pheasant Run Resort and Spa, located at 4051 East Main St., was sold on Tuesday to Saint Charles Resort, LLC, a...
  • Plan for parking in Glencoe falls through, but need remains

    Plan for parking in Glencoe falls through, but need remains
    After an unsuccessful attempt by the village of Glencoe to buy a $1.1 million house officials hoped to tear down to make way for more parking in the village's downtown, officials said this month that the setback provides an opportunity to hear from...
  • Lake Bluff tentatively approves budget increase

    Lake Bluff tentatively approves budget increase
    Lake Bluff trustees gave preliminary approval last week to a $13.5 million budget, an increase of 4.4 percent from this year, saying they expect to see a small bump in revenue from sales taxes, property taxes and building permits. But with...
  • Lake Bluff to get Target store

    Lake Bluff to get Target store
    A new Target will open its doors in Lake Bluff at the former location of the Shepard Chevrolet dealership, officials said, though it's not yet clear when residents might expect to be able to shop there. Officials in Lake Bluff recently announced they...
  • Ruth Ryon dies at 69; creator of The Times' Hot Property column

    Ruth Ryon dies at 69; creator of The Times' Hot Property column
    Former Los Angeles Times reporter Ruth Ryon, who created the highly popular and enduring Hot Property column on celebrity real estate, died Friday at a hospice facility in Redondo Beach. She was 69. The cause was complications of Parkinson's disease,...
  • Businesses in shadow of closed theater wait, worry

    Businesses in shadow of closed theater wait, worry
    As a milliner, Lisa Farrell makes hand-crafted hats for women and children and sells them from her shop, Ooh-La-La in Highland Park. Lately, she's also been playing the Powerball. "I keep hoping I win the lottery so I can buy the building," Farrell...
  • Evictions from rent-controlled units on the rise in L.A.

    Evictions from rent-controlled units on the rise in L.A.
    Arie Shashou remembers simple pleasures from the decades spent in his Westside home: helping neighbors with small tasks; the daily chats with the former manager of the complex; the paintings that line the walls of his one-bedroom. "It was a happy time,"...