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Changes to building design met with approval.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Sixteen-acre mixed-use development would transform northern end of ‘Main Street.’
Parkview Gourmet and Mickey Finn’s chosen for weekend shopping event.
Business, Local Connections
Owner Sue Opeka says she is closing the store to seek a better quality of life, but she plans to keep key products and ideas alive.
Business, Arts, Local Connections
A well-designed venue keeps entertainers and concert-goers happy.
Business, Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Susan Nipper of Curtis Frame & Gallery and the co-owners of Singalila Gallery are giving scarves a new interpretation.
Volunteers in the News, Business, Local Connections
George Garner Cyclery’s “reindeer” rode through the rain to raise awareness for Toys for Tots.
Business, Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Patch's House & Home, Local Connections
More than 500 people attended the opening of Sarah Susanka’s show house.
While several businesses have closed in Libertyville, village officials see hopeful numbers during down economy.
Business, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
During a slow economy, Libertyville custom handbag manufacturer sees growth in sales and staff.
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