Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Expanded café, façade construction, a new clock, more in store for the train depot on Miner Street in Des Plaines, according to city documents.
The 84-year-old frame shop closed its doors at the end of March, according to a letter from the former business owner.
Government, Business, Arts
Does the thick stuff matter? Find out the answer.
With more than a dozen flavors of yogurt and approximately 40 toppings to choose from, customers have a variety of options to fill their cups at Yourgurt in Park Ridge, which opened for business Monday.
Plans for Elite Training and Fitness to open a gym in downtown Des Plaines are underway, Michael Bartholomew, city manager, told city council members at a meeting on Monday.
Nine properties are listed as in foreclosure in 60016, 60018; see where they are.
Illinois’ newest gaming venue continued to hold its lead in adjusted gross receipts and admissions compared with the other nine casinos in the state during March, according to a report published by the Illinois Gaming Board.
Police & Fire, Schools, Business, Sports
A roundup of the most-read stories from March 31 to April 6.
Government, Business, Summer
Des Plaines city council approved a plan to contract the same event promoter as last year, amid concerns expressed by aldermen, the Daily Herald reported.
Bread-themed artwork, earth tone colors, new coffee bar, and more remodeling at Panera Bread in downtown Des Plaines.
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