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Sauvage Barber Parlor stylist/shop owner Angel Daniel cuts Tyler Hendershot’s hair Friday morning in Elgin. Hendershot is from Streamwood and said he was really needing this haircut. “I’ve been struggling pretty bad. I had my mom cut it and it wasn’t that great,” he said. “It was fixable,” Daniel said. The state’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order eased Friday and businesses, including barber shops, were allowed to open with restrictions.
'I missed the people. I missed the employees. I missed the food.' Suburbs reopen to Phase 3
The suburbs emerged from the state's stay-at-home order today and into a less restrictive Phase 3 of the Gov. J.B. Pritzker's Restore Illinois plan, as many residents looked forward to dining alfresco, doing a little shopping and finally getting a haircut.
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Rick West/rwest@dailyherald.com Hair stylist Tanya Walker wipes down her station at PH Salon Wednesday in preparation for Friday’s opening. She said she’ll be wiping it down between each customer and then sealing the towel, her smock and the customer’s robe in a bag to be washed. They’ll be doing the same thing each time they take a customer to the wash basin or if the restroom is used
Editorial: As suburbs reopen, let's do so with care and class
Work continues Thursday at the site of a new 43,000-square-foot Amazon grocery store in the former Babies R Us space in Schaumburg. The store is expected to open in the second half of 2020.
Amazon finds Schaumburg grocery market favorable, but unlikely to dominate it
A rendering from Oak Brook-based Kensington Development Partners’ proposal to the village of Schaumburg to serve as the developer of the village’s planned entertainment district just north of the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center on the east side of Meacham Road, north of the I-90 tollway.
Schaumburg greenlights talks with potential entertainment district developer
Christine Thornton of Mount Prospect opened Hello Art Studio in Arlington Heights last September only to closed the doors in March because of the coronavirus. She now teaches online classes from home.
Arlington Heights art teacher brushes aside COVID-19
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
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