The session will focus on legislative updates on a state and national level and how they apply to area businesses.
Chanber created a night of fun but awards were serious for recipients.
Best friends Ericka Williams and Natasha Dillard bonded over their love of the arts, and hope to share that love with the Joliet community through their ceramic painting business.
The ribbon-cutting event for Creative Custom Interiors was held to celebrate the business’ long-term service to the community.
The McHenry Outdoor Theater is set to open the week of spring break, more than a month ahead of previous years and following one of the latest seasons owner Scott Dehn has ever offered.
Gammon Coach House, a popular spot for craft beer and comfort food in Batavia for almost 13 years, announced Monday they had closed with a plan to reopen in a few months with a new name and concept.
The Geneva City Council approved an annexation and several development agreements for nearly 55 acres at the southeast corner of Kirk Road and Division Street Monday night at a special meeting.
A Rock Falls native and residential and commercial real-estate contractor has returned to her hometown with big dreams to boost the number of new single-family homes and to help redevelop the riverfront.
The grand prize winner will receive $20,000.
ARKAS restaurant group is hosting a night of dinner and live music on March 2 and the Renaissance Center featuring Nova Soul.
“Who me? Identifying and Taming Imposter Syndrome” will be presented by Lori Cortez, vice president of advancement at Sauk Valley Community College. The session will focus on recognizing and overcoming imposter syndrome in professionals.
The Joliet City Council last week approved a drive-thru permit for the latest proposed Starbucks, which is to be built on Houbolt Road near the intersection of McDonough Street.
Lockport's annual Restaurant Week will start on Feb. 26 with seventeen local businesses offering special deals until March 10.
Hexagon Energy LLC, a Virginia-based company doing business in Illinois as Steward Creek Solar LLC, is seeking a special use permit from Lee County to build Phase 2 of a 1,200-megawatt commercial solar energy facility in Alto and Willow Creek townships.
Resolution lauds Louise Coleman as "a pillar of the South End community" as Joliet honors longtime leader.