The contemporary-style house had been listed in March for just under $1.5 million.
It may bear its name, but the opportunity for the town of Griffith to own and operate the Griffith-Merrillville Airport has come and gone now that Gary/Chicago International Airport (GCIA) has acquired the facility in a $1.8 million deal announced on Dec. 13.
The suit was filed Friday in Cook County Circuit Court by opponents of a tax increase on higher-priced property sales. They have fought the proposal, claiming it will dampen sales in an already-fragile market.
Neri Oxman, a designer, academic, and artist focused on the intersection of biology, materials science, and architecture, has been accused of improperly citing several sections of her 2010 doctoral thesis.
The CTA has attributed the lengthy closure to a desire to ensure the line, also known as the Skokie Swift, was safe before reopening.
When the three-stop line reopens at 4:45 a.m. Friday, trains will temporarily run at lower speeds, CTA said.
The "unBlocked" project aims to transform the 6500 block of South Aberdeen Street and serve as a model for future efforts.
Citing a “challenging” market in the wake of a six-week strike by the United Auto Workers against the Big Three, Stellantis’ decision to skip the show will leave a big hole at McCormick Place next month.
Kelly lost the mansion to foreclosure in 2013, and another musician, Rudolph Isley, of the R&B soul group the Isley Brothers, and his wife, Elaine, paid $587,500 for the mansion later that year.
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The health care giant said Thursday that reducing its quarterly payout to shareholders to 25 cents per share will help free up capital to spend growing its pharmacy and health care businesses.
An undercount in the 2020 census missed 46,400 Illinois residents living in group homes, the state announced Wednesday, potentially offsetting last year's reported population decline.
The Chicago Southland Chamber of Commerce called the closing of The Tender Trap in Chicago Heights a "Southland loss."
Annexed to Tinley Park last summer, Dendrino's Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge has closed after operating since 1969 and being the local late-night watering hole.
The slump in deliveries comes amid growing concern in the automobile industry about consumer hesitancy about switching to EVs.
Two lawsuits challenged the legality of the proposed business at Clark and Ohio streets.
The city of Elgin issued 250 single-family building permits and saw the approval of four apartment complexes in 2023, establishing a strong housing market going into the new year.
The infrastructure unit of New York-based private equity giant Blackstone has completed the acquisition of a just under 20% stake in the Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO), the companies said in a Tuesday release.
Carter signed with the Bulls in July after a little more than a year with the Milwaukee Bucks.
More than 50 Chicago businesses have expanded or relocated to Ireland.
Despite signs the labor marketing is weakening, Chicago-area business and workforce development groups are largely optimistic about the coming year.
The new year is a great time to create or update a budget, which can give you back a sense of control.
American, Southwest, United Airlines and Alaska Airlines confirmed inspections will be done on the 737 Max jets that they fly.
Consulting firm McKinsey and Co. has agreed to pay $78 million to settle claims from insurers and health care funds that its marketing work with Purdue Pharma helped fuel an opioid addiction crisis.
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Google has agreed to settle a $5 billion privacy lawsuit alleging it spied on people who used the “incognito" mode in its Chrome browser.
Small businesses are taking physical and financial hits from smash-and-grab burglaries, which involve a crew of thieves driving a car through storefronts, stealing thousands of dollars in merchandise and fleeing.
While a handful of major chains operate normally on the final day of the year, many others close up shop early.
Smash-and-grab burglaries have been expanding beyond downtown. And in the past months, several small business owners in Chicago have been hit by multiple smash-and-grab burglaries involving cars, also called "crash-and-grabs," despite increased physical security such as shutters and riot glass for windows.
The elderly may tend to be less tech savvy, but they are far from the only victims of financial fraud.