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National Pizza Chain With Illinois Locations Considers Bankruptcy
National Pizza Chain With Illinois Locations Considers Bankruptcy
National Pizza Chain With Illinois Locations Considers Bankruptcy
According to reports late last week, the current wave of restaurant bankruptcies doesn't look like it's reached it's peak and is slowing down. Now, a Seattle-based pizza chain is said to be considering filing for bankruptcy protection, and that may have an effect on their Illinois locations.
Illinois’ Japanese Beetles: Here’s What You Don’t Know About Them
Illinois’ Japanese Beetles: Here’s What You Don’t Know About Them
Illinois’ Japanese Beetles: Here’s What You Don’t Know About Them
These little plant munchers start to show up in southern Illinois in early June, and then continue on to central and northern Illinois in early July. That means that by this point, our entire state is getting blitzed by Japanese beetles. Here are some things that maybe you didn't know about them, including how long they live and what you can do to get rid of them.
Illinois Closings: This Fast Food Giant May Be Shuttering Stores
Illinois Closings: This Fast Food Giant May Be Shuttering Stores
Illinois Closings: This Fast Food Giant May Be Shuttering Stores
In Illinois, we've witnessed several store and restaurant chains close multiple locations this year, and, based on a recent announcement, the people with the neon cowboy hat who always make sure you know who has the meat, may be shutting down several Illinois locations in the near future.
It’s July In Illinois, So Why Do We Have So Many June Bugs?
It’s July In Illinois, So Why Do We Have So Many June Bugs?
It’s July In Illinois, So Why Do We Have So Many June Bugs?
It seems like jealousy is alive and well in the bug kingdom here in Illinois. With all the attention that's been lavished on cicadas, it's only natural that some other bugs might be feeling a little left out. Maybe that explains the crazy surplus of June bugs (or, June beetles) that are making their presence known in Illinois. But...that's probably not the reason.

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