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Project manager Joseph Ahrens surveys a recent project for Premier Design + Build.
Finding the materials they need to conduct business has become a big problem for suburban companies
All around the suburbs, businesses are feeling the pinch from a lack of normally common materials that likely will last into 2022.
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Miss Illinois 1971, Anita Joyce Pankratz, along with store manager John Maloney, left, and from right, Schaumburg Mayor Bob Atcher and Sears Midwestern vice president Culver Kennedy, officially opened the Sears store at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg on Aug. 4, 1971.
'Sad to see that close': After 50 years, Sears shuttering Woodfield store, its last in Illinois
This sketch shows one of the three data center buildings proposed by Prime Data Centers, Corp. at Higgins and Busse roads in Elk Grove Village.
$1 billion redevelopment would make it a dozen data centers in Elk Grove
Gov. J.B. Pritzker holds up the state’s Climate and Equitable Jobs Act after signing it Wednesday at Shedd Aquarium in Chicago.
Sweeping energy overhaul signed into law
The DuPage Medical Group, which has a number of medical offices in the suburbs including this one in Wheaton, is being renamed Duly Health and Care.
DuPage Medical Group to become Duly Health and Care
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