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Legacy Systems: Options & Opportunities

• Do you have software from a vendor that is no longer in business? • Are your software systems not currently supported by your vendor? … Read more ›

The Empress Casino gambling boat makes its way down the Des Plaines River in 1993. (John Smierciak, Chicago Tribune / June 21, 2012)

Winners and losers: Chicago-area casinos 20 years later

The first suburban Chicago casino opened 20 years ago this month, bringing with it hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars in taxes, but also … Read more ›

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Children’s Museum of Manhattan Names Illinois-Based Learning Resources® as Recipient of Inaugural Corporate Leadership Award

Selection Highlights Shared Educational Values and Approaches to Help All Children The Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM) has announced the selection of Learning Resources, Inc. … Read more ›

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Illinois Residents Can Consult a Lawyer at No Cost on April 28

Anyone in Illinois with a question about a legal matter can call and talk to a lawyer – at no cost – on Ask A … Read more ›

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Mobile Computing: Tablets in the Workplace

With tablets such as the iPad 3 taking the consumer and business markets by storm, it's sometimes difficult not to portray all their hype as … Read more ›

Cary-Grove High School students Francisco Lagunas (left), Katie Dickow, Matt Hutchings and Andrew Lorenzen won first place in McHenry County College’s recent marketing challenge. (Photo provided by McHenry County College)

High school students compete in MCC marketing challenge

A group of Cary-Grove High School students earned first-place honors in a recent marketing challenge through McHenry County College. Francisco Lagunas, Matt Hutchings, Andrew Lorenzen … Read more ›

Dave Jenkins, of Crystal Lake School District 47, speaks with a resident during the business to government plug-in event. (Lawerence Synett/Tribune)

Business owners receive crash-course on government bidding process

Business owners from throughout the far northwest suburbs recently received a crash-course about potential government vendor opportunities available in McHenry County. More than 100 residents … Read more ›

Lake in the Hills is now offering an incentive program to current and prospective tenants in an effrot to fill vacant hangars. (Lawerence Synett/Tribune)

Lake in the Hills Airport offers incentives to fill vacant hangars

Financial struggles at a far northwest suburban airport have resulted in the creation of an incentive program aimed at filling empty hangars by rewarding current … Read more ›

Tollway watchdog: $32.6 million went to state improperly in 2003-06

More than $33.6 million in Illinois Tollway revenue ended up in state coffers during 2003-06 despite a law that prohibited tolls being spent outside the … Read more ›

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"Going Green" in the World of IT

Most businesses know what it takes to "Go Green" around the office, but not every business recognizes what steps can be taken in altering IT … Read more ›