Illinois Hosting February Events To Celebrate Black Businesses In Honor Of Black History MonthState officials are teaming up with the Chicago Urban League and other community groups to host several programs focused on boosting Black- and minority-owned businesses.
Millions Of Dollars Still Up For Grabs From State For Illinois Families To Get Help With Utility Bills And MoreYou don’t have to win the lottery, the state still wants to give you free money. Millions of dollars are up for grabs; cash meant help with bills you’re falling behind on.
With State's Business Interruption Grant Program Winding Down, Pritzker Urges Small Businesses To Apply For Financial AidSmall businesses in Illinois that have been struggling to survive during the pandemic have only a few days left to apply for grants of up to $150,000 from the state of Illinois' "Business Interruption Grant" program.
More Money Problems For Troubled C4 Mental Health Centers: State Demanding Return Of $1.3 Million Grant, Plus Interest; Group Owes $250K In Federal Taxes“Battling ghosts of our past;” that's how the new head of a struggling Chicago mental health services provider described their financial issues.
As Businesses Struggle During Pandemic, State Program Helps Companies Vie For Government ContractsAs Illinois continues the fight against COVID-19, the battle to keep businesses up and running during the pandemic rages on.
Illinois Doles Out $1.8 Million To 17 Projects To Promote TourismThe Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity has awarded $1.8 million in grants to increase Prairie State tourism.
Chicago Studio City Sues State, Claims Film Work Steered To RivalChicago Studio City filed the lawsuit in federal court last week against the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity. The company says the department under the administration of former Gov. Pat Quinn worked with Cinespace Chicago, which opened in 2010, to steer work to Cinespace.