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PAXTON — The Paxton City Council will not regulate food trucks for now.
The council’s city, property, parks and forestry committee met Monday night to address licensing of food trucks but agreed to wait to take any such action.
GIBSON CITY — A Gibson City restaurant is closing Sunday, Nov. 2, after nearly five years in business.
D.G. Sullivan’s, 109 W. Eighth St., announced the news on its Facebook page Tuesday morning.
PAXTON — After a “strong outpouring” of suggestions by the community, Ben Grice has decided upon the name of his to-be-opened upscale restaurant and brewery at 102 S. Market St. in downtown Paxton.
And, as Grice has said before, it’s not going to be called “The 102 Lounge.”
PAXTON — The Asta Care Center nursing homes in Paxton and Pontiac are under new ownership.
Bradley Alter, owner of Skokie-based Certified Health Management, said he recently formed two consulting companies — Paxton Healthcare and Rehab LLC and Pontiac Healthcare and Rehab LLC — that purchased the Paxton and Pontiac long-term care facilities, respectively.
GILMAN — The Heartland Spa & Fitness Resort near Gilman has been sold and will be closing Nov. 30 after more than 30 years in business.
The new owner is a family-owned corporation in the nursing home, senior healthcare and rehab industries, a news release from the Heartland Spa said.
PAXTON — The Paxton Area Chamber of Commerce’s executive director, Kristena Phelan, announced several upcoming events:
PAXTON — The Paxton City Council has created a new category of liquor license to accommodate a restaurant owner’s new catering business.
PAXTON — Ben Grice couldn’t keep his secret any longer.
The 36-year-old Paxton resident, who has traveled the world as a chef and has catered for billionaires and former U.S. presidents, announced Monday that he is taking his culinary talents back to his hometown.
PAXTON — The closure of the Tin Pan restaurant in downtown Paxton will be bitter-sweet for co-owners Terra Hendrix and Peggy Burton.
On one hand, they will miss the many loyal customers with whom they gained valuable friendships over the past nine years.
GIBSON CITY — There is a gap in downtown Gibson City, and Randy Arends is not quite sure how it will be filled.
Maybe a new business will elect to build where two dilapidated structures were torn down, or maybe Arends will develop the lots as an outdoor plaza where people can eat lunch, sip coffee and enjoy green space.