• Concerned about video gambling, Wauconda officials may scrutinize liquor license applications Concerned about the proliferation of video gambling machines in town, Wauconda officials are investigating ways to limit future gambling expansion. Officials are particularly wary of entrepreneurs seeking to open businesses that would offer the minimum services needed to have gambling — which typically involves serving alcoholic drinks to customers. […]

  • Harwood Heights video gaming proposal could be ready by the end of the month Harwood Heights trustees are making headway on an ordinance to allow video gaming, and they could have a proposal ready by their July 26 meeting. At their Committee of the Whole meeting last week, trustees continued to hammer out some of the provisions they would like to see in an ordinance allowing the activity. […]

  • Woodstock City Council to discuss Napoli’s Pizza liquor and gaming licenses The Woodstock City Council will meet Tuesday to consider a request from Napoli’s Pizza. The pizza restaurant, located at 930 Lake Ave. near Route 47, wants to relocate and obtain a liquor and video gaming license. The plan is to move to 135 Washington St. near the Square, according to city documents. “We request […]