WESTMONT – A staple in the Westmont business community for more than 30 years, Christine "Chris" Angileri is being remembered as a "classy lady" who ran her business like a big family.
LEMONT – After three years in business, the Deja Vu Rack, 1243 State St., Lemont, will shut its doors Dec. 21.
The holiday season, from a commerce perspective, is so important.
BURR RIDGE – NelsonHill, which represents Popcorn Palace, announced that it has completed the acquisition of a 53,000 square foot industrial manufacturing building in Burr Ridge.
When Casey O’Halloran and Bridget O’Connor started a blog about decorating on a budget, they thought, at the very worst, they’d at least get a few readers.
WHEATON – Andrew's Garden, a new European-style flower shop, is now open at 204 W. Wesley St. in downtown Wheaton.
GLEN ELLYN – Financial services firm Edward Jones recently took the top spot in www.WealthManagement.com/REP magazine's annual survey of the nation's six largest firms to see how they match up in categories such as ethics, public image, technology and more, according to a news release from Edward Jones' Glen Ellyn office.
ELMHURST – Last week, Elmhurst City Centre hosted a Hometown Holiday Walk featuring more than 40 merchants.
NAPERVILLE – Office Depot will move its global headquarters to Florida after choosing a location in Boca Raton over the Naperville home of its merger partner OfficeMax.
ELMHURST – After a few years working at his dad’s store, Cottage Hill Diamonds, Collin Hill has more knowledge of jewelry and diamonds than most 26-year-old men and probably a fair number of women.
VILLA PARK – The general managers of a new sports bar along North Avenue have a big dream of offering a little something for everyone.
ELMHURST – Adult Christian Care is celebrating its 35th year of service.
WILLOWBROOK – The black satin shimmered as Laurie Borse walked through Il Poggiolo restaurant in Hinsdale. It was known as her black duchess silk satin jacket with a vampire collar – one of several medieval or Gothic-style pieces the fashion designer specializes in.
LOMBARD – Before buying Tom’s Grill in Lombard, John Stratton was on his fifth layoff from the computer industry that left him facing a metaphorical fork in the road.
WESTERN SPRINGS – The village projected a $180,000 decrease in sales tax for next fiscal year after Safeway announced it would close all Chicago area Dominick’s grocery stores Dec. 28.
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