The far southwest suburb of New Lenox is giving a tax incentive to a new restaurant that officials hope will bring jobs and tax revenue to the city.
Police in Joliet say the tables were turned when the victim of a crime turned out to be part of the problem.
In the biggest order ever for a Chicago company, Boeing has finalized an order from Indonesian carrier Lion Air for 230 planes.
On the official Illinois holiday honoring President Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, word of a famous painting of his First Lady is being called a fraud.
The neighborhood tavern was, for generations, the most familiar gathering spot in any community.
Two men from northwestern Illinois are charged with misdemeanors, after shooting threatened gray wolves.
Research has stopped at a lab at the University of Chicago, after a scientist got sick and was hospitalized.
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.
Public hearings begin this week on plans by the Chicago Public Schools to close and consolidate a number of schools.
If you’re looking for a summer job, and amusement parks are up your alley, you’ll have an opportunity this weekend.
Not everyone is happy about a tribute to the Blues Brothers that’s coming to the Chicago this summer.
DuPage County Board members are considering new plans for red light cameras.
An icon of World War II has died at the age of 86.
Illinois legislators are about to begin the debate over whether the death penalty should be done away with for good.
It has been more than a year since the recession officially ended, but for many, the hunt for a job goes on.
Southern Illinois University is looking for a few good women.
Santa still has plenty of traditional toys in his sack, alongside all those wished-for video games, iPods, computers and smart phones.