Wednesday, March 20, 2013
We'll give a "shout out" to local small businesses who fill out the form below and upload a picture or logo in our gallery.
Please be sure to submit your responses above before attempting to upload a photo of your business by clicking the "Add Photos and Video" button attached to this article. If you didn't see a submit button and click SUBMIT your form will not be sent. Make sure to scroll down and complete the form.
Monday, April 2, 2012
Businesses and organizations that claim their Patch listing for free can upload photos and add information whenever they want.
Monday, April 2, 2012
We're happy announce that the Hinsdale Center for the Arts (HCA), 5903 S. County Line Rd., has claimed its Patch listing. By claiming its listing, the HCA is now able to upload and feature photos for its listing, provide additional information about goods and services, be reviewed by community members, and link to their own website and Facebook page via Patch and more. Do you have a local business or organization and want to claim your listing? It's totally free and here's a video on how to do it!
Friday, August 12, 2011
As a true boutique does, Modern Dog carries the hard-to-find products that you won't find at most pet stores, and specializes in all-natural dog foods and treats.
Although she was raised in Lisle and now lives in Chicago, Lila Mufti didn't base her business in Clarendon Hills by accident. “It was just the perfect location. I was looking for that quaint little downtown and I wanted to be in the western suburbs,” the owner of The Modern Dog Boutique said. Mufti said she has always had a passion for dogs and a dream of opening her own business. It just seemed logical to combine the two. “It's been two years since we opened and, going into our third, business is still strong,” she said. “I did know going into this that even in a recession, there is a demand for these types of pet products.” Modern Dog, just like human boutiques, specializes in items that you won't find a major retailers. Specifically, …
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Village kills SSA proposal due to objections raised by residents and business owners.
Despite an earlier pledge by Clarendon Hills electors and property owners within the village's central business district to fight a proposal for the creation for a Special Service Area to fund snow removal services, the group failed to muster enough objections to defeat the proposal. Nevertheless, the village board decided at Monday's village board meeting to end the process to establish an SSA. "I'm not going to sit here and try to ram a funding mechanism down somebody's throat," said Village President Thomas F. Karaba. "I think it might be shortsighted but it is what it is!" The village began providing snow removal services for the Central Business District in 2000. The village said costs became prohibitive in recent years, however. …