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Barricades were set up on Vail Avenue and Campbell Street in downtown Arlington Heights on Tuesday in anticipation of the opening of the village’s Arlington Alfresco outdoor dining program on Wednesday.
Arlington Alfresco to begin tonight, but no Mane Event or Taste this year
Parts of Vail Avenue and Campbell Street are shut down to make room for tables and chairs as part of downtown Arlington Heights' outdoor dining zone set to launch tonight.
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More than 30 stores in downtown Naperville and five elsewhere in the city were damaged Monday night as police said instigators infiltrated a protest that had remained peaceful earlier in the day. Businesses now are taking various paths toward repair, restoring safety and eventual reopening.
Different paths to repair, reopening in Naperville after damage
Alcoholic beverages are available for pick-up and delivery orders and must be served in a sealed container with a tamper-proof lid, according to the law signed by Gov. J.B. Prizker on Tuesday.
Restaurants, bars can serve cocktails to go
Greg Larson of Greg Larson Excavating begins earthmoving for a new building planned by SkipperBud’s on Route 173 in Antioch.
SkipperBud's expanding despite COVID-19 challenges
FILE - In this May 21, 2020 file photo, a man looks at signs of a closed store due to COVID-19 in Niles, Ill. U.S. businesses shed 2.76 million jobs in May, as the economic damage from the historically unrivaled coronavirus outbreak stretched into a third month. The payroll company ADP reported Wednesday that businesses have let go of a combined 22.6 million jobs since March.AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)
Survey: 2.76 million layoffs in May, far fewer than expected
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