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Jimmy’s Grill server Nina Rzeszutko takes a lunch order from Chris Murre of Naperville in May. DuPage County is considering a proposal to dole out relief funds to restaurants during a clampdown on indoor dining aimed at combating a rise in COVID-19 cases.
DuPage could provide $2.5 million in virus relief for restaurants, bars
DuPage County could offer financial relief for bars and restaurants left reeling from a ban on indoor service as COVID-19 cases are surging again.
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FoxFire Restaurant in downtown Geneva won permission to offer indoor dining while it fights Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s recent ban.
Geneva restaurant can serve meals indoors while fighting governor's order
Rising COVID-19 test positivity rates and increasing hospitalizations have caused the state to impose restrictions on suburban Cook County.
Illinois COVID-19 update: Indoor dining in suburban Cook County to be suspended
David C Cook CEO Cris Doornbos steps over some debris during a tour of the vacant David C Cook office building in Elgin. The Elgin City Council could decide at a Nov. 4 meeting whether to declare the property a landmark against the company’s wishes.
The debate over granting landmark status to David C Cook property in Elgin
FILE - In this Sept. 18, 2019, photo a Puckett Machinery Company technician walks past a new heavy duty Caterpillar excavator that awaits modification at Puckett Machinery Company in Flowood, Miss. Caterpillar is reporting a third-quarter profit of $668 million and topped most expectations, though demand for its equipment is being driven down by the pandemic. The Deerfield, Illinois, company reported a profit Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2020, of $1.22 per share. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File)
As pandemic depresses demand, Caterpillar muscles through 3Q
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