SOUTH HOLLAND | The Village Board gave its approval to a 4 percent increase in the levy that determines the amount of money it expects municipal government to receive from local property taxes.
CHICAGO | The New York-bound musical "Kinky Boots" enjoyed a pre-Broadway run at a downtown Chicago theater this fall, but only after the state of Illinois lured producers with something that's scarce these days — money.
In this Oct. 11 photo provided by Broadway in Chicago, actors Stark Sands, left, and Billy Porter are seen in a preview performance of "Kinky Boots" at the Bank of America Theatre in Chicago. Illinois has a tax credit to attract pre-Broadway and long-run shows to the state. "Kinky Boots" has…
CHICAGO | The Cook County Board gave its approval Tuesday to a significant property tax break for a company that wants to take over an abandoned industrial building in Sauk Village.
President Barack Obama has said Mitt Romney would give the rich additional tax breaks and he would gear Medicare more toward the seniors. Well, who paid taxes for this? I sure hope he doesn't think the people on welfare did!
CALUMET CITY | City officials are asking the Cook County Board to grant a significant property tax break to a company that wants to open a new facility in the city.
SPRINGFIELD | After watching a business tax relief package go down in flames in the Illinois House earlier this month, negotiators have turned to a new strategy to try and prevent some well-known companies from fleeing the state.
SPRINGFIELD | Talks aimed at keeping two Illinois corporations from leaving the state will resume today when a panel of lawmakers returns to the Capitol with a goal of hammering out a deal before the end of the month.
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