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Cary opens 196-acre park on former gravel pit
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Cary opens 196-acre park on former gravel pit

Cary residents now have access to a new 196-acre park, which quietly opened to the public Friday. The village's Cary Lake at Rotary Park is north...

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Discussion on demolishing downtown Libertyville theater in intermission
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Discussion on demolishing downtown Libertyville theater in intermission

The Liberty Theater in Libertyville circa 1938. A recommendation regarding the future of an old movie house in downtown Libertyville is in...

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Lake Zurich bans recreational pot sales
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Lake Zurich bans recreational pot sales

Lake Zurich will ban the sale of recreational marijuana in the village when its possession and use becomes legal in Illinois next year. Village...

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National recognition for Lindenhurst program that assists elderly residents
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National recognition for Lindenhurst program that assists elderly residents

Lindenhurst has been recognized by the International City/County Management Association for its Elderly Resident in Need program. The village...

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Wayside shelter plans to stay permanently on Elgin's east side
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Wayside shelter plans to stay permanently on Elgin's east side

Elgin Wayside Center, a daytime shelter for the homeless, wants to stay permanently at its new location on the east side, and plans to add a resale...

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Hear from Palatine leaders at community forum Wednesday
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Hear from Palatine leaders at community forum Wednesday

The Palatine Area Chamber of Commerce will host a community forum from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18. Set for Palatine village hall at 200 E....

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Trustees mulling where pot shops could be allowed in Lombard
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Trustees mulling where pot shops could be allowed in Lombard

Lombard officials in July signaled an openness to allowing recreational marijuana stores to open in town. Since then, Village Manager Scott Niehaus...

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Apartments for people with disabilities opening in Arlington Heights
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Apartments for people with disabilities opening in Arlington Heights

Officials will cut the ribbon Wednesday afternoon on a supportive housing development for people with disabilities in Arlington Heights that is a...

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Arlington Heights moving toward ordinance on affordable housing
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Arlington Heights moving toward ordinance on affordable housing

Arlington Heights trustees on Monday expressed a willingness to put more teeth into their affordable housing guidelines by adopting an official...

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Townhouse plan wins early approval for south Naperville
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Townhouse plan wins early approval for south Naperville

A proposal for 55 townhouses on a south Naperville site originally slated to be a commercial part of a "second downtown" has gained early approval...

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Property tax assessment help centers in Lake County
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Property tax assessment help centers in Lake County

Centers to help Lake County taxpayers evaluate their property assessment notices will be available in coming weeks. Property owners can talk one-on...

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Elmhurst Park District moving toward Vision 2020
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Elmhurst Park District moving toward Vision 2020

Elmhurst Park District's vision for the future is beginning to look more concrete. Its Vision 2020 plan has been shaped into six projects that...

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Confidential tenant to lease part of ex-Motorola campus in Arlington Heights
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Confidential tenant to lease part of ex-Motorola campus in Arlington Heights

A confidential tenant has been secured to occupy a portion of the former Motorola campus in Arlington Heights, and several security-related...

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Route 53's shelving means uncertainty for property sellers
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Route 53's shelving means uncertainty for property sellers

Dan Wandel, Nancy VanWeelden and their 40 acres are sitting on the back burner and it's not a comfortable position. The brother and sister from...

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Naperville resident organizing rallies against recreational pot
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Naperville resident organizing rallies against recreational pot

Jennifer Bruzan Taylor does not want her children living near recreational marijuana dispensaries. She feels so strongly about the issue that she's...

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Former McDonald's office building being razed in Oak Brook
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Former McDonald's office building being razed in Oak Brook

The first office building McDonald's constructed in Oak Brook decades ago is coming down to make room for a $500 million multiuse development....

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Schaumburg trustees approve a new grocery store without knowing its name
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Schaumburg trustees approve a new grocery store without knowing its name

A nearly 43,000-square-foot grocery store is on its way to the former Babies R Us site on Golf Road in Schaumburg after winning village trustees'...

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Antioch seeks input on zoning revisions
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Antioch seeks input on zoning revisions

Antioch officials are seeking public input on proposed revisions to the village zoning ordinance that defines how property in specific areas can be...

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Barrington chamber to honor women leaders at luncheon
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Barrington chamber to honor women leaders at luncheon

The Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce Women's Biz Net will honor four local women leaders during the chamber's Outstanding Women Leaders Awards...

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Naperville 'very divided' on banning or allowing pot shops
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Naperville 'very divided' on banning or allowing pot shops

Don't put Naperville on the list just yet of municipalities where recreational marijuana shops will be banned come Jan. 1. City council members...

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Asbestos, lead and other toxins removed from site of former Copley Hospital
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Asbestos, lead and other toxins removed from site of former Copley Hospital

Asbestos, lead and other toxins have been removed from buildings on the site of the former Copley Hospital in downtown Aurora, a group of local...

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Mount Prospect approves pediatric clinic on Rand Road site
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Mount Prospect approves pediatric clinic on Rand Road site

Mount Prospect trustees approved plans Tuesday for a P. M. Pediatrics medical clinic to replace two homes in the 200 block of West Rand Road. It...

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Golf outing raises $430,000 for cancer care vision at Northwest Community Hospital
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Golf outing raises $430,000 for cancer care vision at Northwest Community Hospital

Northwest Community Hospital Foundation's 22nd annual Golf Classic raised more than $430,000 which will be used toward an ambitious plan to...

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Assessor: Homes values, sale prices up in Schaumburg Township
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Assessor: Homes values, sale prices up in Schaumburg Township

Median assessed values for homes in Schaumburg Township grew about 9.3% between 2016 and 2019, while sale prices rose more than 14%, according to...

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LA Fitness to open in former Ultra Foods in Wheaton
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LA Fitness to open in former Ultra Foods in Wheaton

A health club chain plans to open a new gym in a shuttered Ultra Foods store at a Wheaton shopping center anchored by Target. California-based LA...

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Council denies plan for 24/7 gas station in Naperville
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Council denies plan for 24/7 gas station in Naperville

A vacant former gas station in Naperville won't become a new 24-hour gas station -- at least not under a proposal from a group hoping to open a 7...

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Naperville neighbors oppose added traffic from development
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Naperville neighbors oppose added traffic from development

As he sat and counted cars at a corner near his house, Len Kowalski of Naperville said he wasn't surprised. A busy intersection buzzed Monday...

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St. Charles leaning toward allowing 2 recreational pot businesses
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St. Charles leaning toward allowing 2 recreational pot businesses

A majority of St. Charles aldermen have expressed early support for allowing up to two recreational cannabis dispensaries to operate in the city,...

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Suburban malls look to reinvent, reinvigorate themselves as retail slips away
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Suburban malls look to reinvent, reinvigorate themselves as retail slips away

Just north of the Jane Addams Tollway on the south end of Huntley, broken concrete and tall grass are all that remain of the Huntley Outlet Center....

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Plans scrapped for houses at former golf course in Bloomingdale
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Plans scrapped for houses at former golf course in Bloomingdale

The owner of Indian Lakes Resort and a developer have scrapped plans to build hundreds of houses on the Bloomingdale property's former golf course...

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