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Wednesday, September 03, 2014 2:00 AM
  • BROADVIEW - The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society has rewarded CompuSystems, Inc. with exclusive rights to provide registration and lead retrieval services for their annual conference and exhibition through 2017. 
  • Slot machines in taverns turn into hangover for casinos
    Since Illinois authorized bars and other places that serve booze to install slot machines two years ago, the number has skyrocketed to more than 18,000 and now exceeds those in the state’s 10 casinos by 60 percent. The count is rising by several hundred a month, even with some cities, including Chicago, barring them. 
  • SCHAUMBURG -- Asian Kitchen, a new fast-casual Indo-Chinese restaurant, opened late last week in Schaumburg's Shoppes in the Prime Village shopping center at the northeast corner of Algonquin and Meacham roads.

     
  • NAPERVILLE -- Topgolf, a golf entertainment venue that’s made its presence felt in Wood Dale for the past seven years now is expanding into Naperville.
     
  • FOX LAKE -- Village officials have been courted four times since 1998 by developers looking to build a hotel on the Chain O' Lakes. But the only things the village has to show for those efforts are several failed architecture plans and a hill of mud, weeds and grass overlooking busy Route 12. Mayor Donny Schmit hopes a new attempt to build a hotel on the 19-acre Sayles property near Eagle Point Road is the real deal. 
  • A look at AMA’s Chicago Conference Center
     An interview with Gayle Gardner of AMA’s Chicago Executive Conference Center. 
  • ROSEMONT - The name of the Allstate Arena, Rosemont's 34- year old sports and concert venue, is staying put for at least another decade. The village renewed a naming rights agreement with Northbrook-based Allstate Corporation.
     
  • ROSEMONT -- The Schaumburg-based restaurant group that operates the chain of Moretti's restaurants throughout the suburbs is bringing its newest location to Rosemont, and paying the village $3.4 million to buy the strip mall where the eatery will be built.

     
  • Construction begins this week for a new brewery called Noon Whistle, which hopes to open Nov. 1 at 800 E. Roosevelt Road in Lombard. The brewery will include a tasting room, where eight rotating beers will be available on tap. 
  • ROLLING MEADOWS -  Bigby's Pour House, a craft beer bar in Addison, on Friday celebrated the opening of its new Rolling Meadows site at 1649 Algonquin Road.

     
  • WHEELING -- Fans of Superdawg won't have to look far for a beverage compatible with a Chicago-style hot dog. 
  • BROADVIEW - CompuSytems has added Performance Racing Industry to its list of clients. 
  • Lake County sees steady boost in tourism spending
    GURNEE -- Lake County saw a small bump in tourism last year, with travel-related expenditures topping $1.2 billion. 
  • NAPERVILLE - My Chef Catering is preparing to celebrate its 25th year in business this September. While the gourmet deli was popular, the upscale catering business recorded substantial sales growth annually and eventually became the focal point of the operation. 
  • TINLEY PARK - Hundreds of people attended the first Chicago Southwest Hospitality Expo Thursday at the Tinley Park Convention Center. The Daily Herald Business Ledger hosted the expo in an effort to highlight the hospitality industry and inform guests about what the area has to offer. 
 
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