A federal magistrate sided with federal prosecutors in denying Ronald Avers’ request to be eligible for release on bond. Avers, of Belleville, was charged last week with seven felony product-tampering counts.
The Lincolnwood Village Board recently approved a $27 million incentive package for the proposed Shoppes at Lincoln Pointe.
A man walked into the store, at 5525 Route 53, about 2:35 p.m. and attempted to take crash from an open cash drawer.
Bargain hunters poured into the soon-to-be-closed Dominick’s stores on Friday, filling their carts with groceries and other necessity at deals almost too good to be true.
Three people who were shot outside a food mart Wednesday all were listed in good or stable condition and were expected to survive.
Romeoville police say a 17-year-old boy and a 22-year-old man got into a fight in the parking lot outside the Jewel-Osco on Weber Road.
Standing at 79th and South Shore and holding signs, protesters say the neighborhood is lacking strong leaders at city hall.
Illinoisans in so called “food deserts” will have better access to fresh food under a new state program.
One of the men in an experimental plane that crashed into a grocery store Florida Monday was an attorney from Aurora.
A new Trader Joe’s store may bring new life to the intersection of Wabash Avenue and Roosevelt Road in the South Loop.
A car plowed through the window of a grocery Sunday afternoon on the Northwest Side.
City inspectors shut down a grocery store in the Belmont-Cragin neighborhood this week, after finding insects buzzing around everywhere.
The first Mariano’s Fresh Market within the Chicago city limits is open Tuesday, on the former site of the Riverview amusement park in the Roscoe Village neighborhood.
An eyewitness in an Algonquin grocery store tells Newsradio it looked like a Molotov cocktail that was thrown into the deli section Sunday afternoon.
Mariano’s, the local concept for the Roundy’s supermarket chain will soon make its debut in the city, on the site where past generations enjoyed roller coaster rides and sideshows.
Newly-elected Ald. Michele Smith (43rd) is already following through on a campaign promise, and trying to curb the redevelopment plans for the old Lincoln Park Hospital.
It’s all in the family for a longtime grocery store business on the Near North Side.
A Rogers Park neighborhood grocery store has been shut down, after city inspectors found mouse feces in the freezer, and bags of rice and corn chips that had been chewed on.
A Far South Side grocery owner and his nephew tackled a man who doused them with gasoline while threatening to set the store on fire during an attempted robbery Thursday in the Morgan Park neighborhood.
Authorities have charged a Rosemont man with shoving and punching an 80-year-old man while waiting in line for the men’s room at a grocery store.