Chief Executive Doug Oberhelman told a crowd of about 200 people Friday that after two years of study, the $55 billion global construction equipment maker will modernize its riverfront complex to include a three-tower building.
The city’s landmarks commission on Thursday signed off on a project that includes a second video board, outfield signs as big as 650 square feet, light standards in the outfield and seats replacing the current bullpens down the foul lines.
The Marklund Day School on Prairie Avenue in Bloomingdale wanted permission to build a 12,000-square-foot annex and increase enrolment from 31 to 66. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
If you’re an entrepreneur with a great tech idea, 1871 is an ideal place to go to develop your idea into an invention, and the Chicago company has been so successful, it’s expanding its headquarters at the Merchandise Mart.
The stadium that’s home to the Chicago Bears has a capacity of 61,500 people for football games and 63,500 for other events.
Adding two extra lanes to the westernmost stretch of the Kennedy Expressway doesn’t bother Demetrios Agalianos. But a wall just feet from his Northwest Side home — meant to lessen noise from the busy expressway — isn’t sounding as sweet
Headquarters Beercade, with it’s awesome drink selection and awesomerer arcade games, was already pretty… you know. awesome. Now, thanks to their expansion to include a “pinball alley,” they just got even more awesomererer!
A legislative study committee will take a look at whether northwest Indiana’s South Shore commuter rail line should be expanded.
The city of Chicago has big plans for the walkway along the Chicago River.
Gov. Pat Quinn has vetoed the casino expansion bill.
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is taking a hard look at expanding its presence in the western suburbs. But it is not yet time to get in line for tickets.
Former Chicago Public Schools chief executive officer Paul Vallas says new research from the University of Chicago vindicates a program he instituted that had many doubters.
Back in 2008, the City of Chicago began its Blue Cart recycling program, but today more than half of its residents still don’t have it.
A suburban small business on the brink of collapse is now thriving again, thanks to an outpouring of community support.
A group that promotes downstate business says Caterpillar’s investment in building more machines in East Peoria and Decatur will pay over and over again.
While Illinois waits for Gov. Pat Quinn to decide what to do with gambling legislation on his desk, the chamber of commerce in one of the cities affected is surveying its members to ask what they think.
The proposed tollway expansion plan attracted hundreds of people Friday night to several Chicago suburbs. Many like the idea despite a plan to increase toll fares
Construction will begin in October on an expansion at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, after state officials approved it this week.
Coffee is big business in Chicago and across the country, and at least two companies plan to open more retail outlets in the very near future.
Some budget wrangling in Congress means a big windfall for U.S. airlines, but don’t expect the airlines to pass any of the savings on to you.