Chicago Celebrates Independent Breweries During Craft Beer Week

On Thursday, May 14, Chicago kicked off its annual Craft Beer Week to celebrate some of the Windy City’s finest independent breweries and the endless varieties of stouts, IPAs, witbiers and pale More »

Illinois Governor’s Mansion in Need of $8.8M in Repairs, Fundraising Campaign Begins

This week, Sangamon County will begin efforts to raise enough private funds to pay for the estimated $8.8 million needed to renovate the historic 160-year-old Illinois Executive Mansion in Springfield. The Illinois More »

Women With Drive Program Provides Cars For Struggling Women

“I feel like the kid in ‘Miracle on 34th Street,’” said Caress Pouncy, the new owner of a refurbished 2010 Nissan Altima as she received her keys at the Automechanika Chicago, the More »

Chicago O’Hare Airport Speeds Up Customs

Travelers entering the United States via Chicago’s O’Hare airport have a new option for customs declaration available to them: their phones. Recently, Customs and Border Protection released an app called Mobile Passport More »

Chicago Mobile App Company Moves to New Office

A mobile app development firm specializing in business apps has recently moved to an office near Chicago. The Chicago Tribune reports that Lextech, formerly in Lisle, has now moved into a 24,000 More »

Chicago Celebrates Independent Breweries During Craft Beer Week

On Thursday, May 14, Chicago kicked off its annual Craft Beer Week to celebrate some of the Windy City’s finest independent breweries and the endless varieties of stouts, IPAs, witbiers and pale ales they offer. According to My Fox Chicago,

Illinois Governor’s Mansion in Need of $8.8M in Repairs, Fundraising Campaign Begins

This week, Sangamon County will begin efforts to raise enough private funds to pay for the estimated $8.8 million needed to renovate the historic 160-year-old Illinois Executive Mansion in Springfield. The Illinois Executive Mansion Association, a nonprofit organization, will host

Women With Drive Program Provides Cars For Struggling Women

“I feel like the kid in ‘Miracle on 34th Street,’” said Caress Pouncy, the new owner of a refurbished 2010 Nissan Altima as she received her keys at the Automechanika Chicago, the largest auto aftermarket trade show in the world.