Manufacturing workers in Illinois suffered yet another blow this week when a major machinery manufacturer announced the layoffs of hundreds of workers in Illinois, an associate for a Chicago-based conservative think tank said in a recent article.
With Congress weighing legislation that would bring the minimum wage up to $15 per hour by 2021, Illinois faces job losses as a result of the Pay Workers a Living Wage Act.
The Sustainability Committee of Crystal Lake met Wednesday, March 16 to discuss a cycling event that will be held over the summer.
Crystal Lake said recently that two manufacturing companies will be relocating to the city.
For the third consecutive year, Centegra Health System's free “Wine and Dine Your Heart" lecture in Huntley on Feb. 18 promises to feed the community's passion for the popular event.
The Village of Huntley Liquor Commission approved a total of 24 liquor license renewals at its Dec. 17 hearing.
The resignation of Woodstock Opera House Advisory Commission Vice Chair Ed Hall was among the items discussed at the Nov. 17 meeting of the Woodstock Opera House.
The City of Woodstock Board of Building Construction held a meeting on Oct. 15 to discuss an addition to Niko's Red Mill Tavern.
Circulation at Woodstock Public Libraries is down 10 percent from 2014, according to the librarian’s report at the Woodstock Public Library Board of Trustees meeting on Oct. 1.
The Algonquin/Lake in the Hills Chamber of Commerce has announced a string of winter events, including its annual awards dinner on Jan. 23.
Businesses in downtown Woodstock are looking to give back by supporting local charities by putting up “Giving Trees” on Tuesday, which is Giving Tuesday.
Three companies will get EDGE tax credits for creating new jobs and making investments in Illinois, according to an announcement from The Illinois Department of Commerce.