For the first time in several years, shoppers are finding Flossmoor business districts full of buying opportunities, a welcome sight during the holiday shopping season. Both the downtown and Flossmoor Commons business districts have no unoccupied storefronts, indicating a renewed health for the local economy. Village Manager Bridget Wachtel credits[Read More…]
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Two ribbons were cut at the grand opening celebration of the new Bank Financial location in downtown Flossmoor on the afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 27. While the bank had been open since July, the ribbon-cutting marked the completion of the space inside. Previously, if a customer wanted to make a[Read More…]
Downtown Flossmoor has a candy store. It has eight other specialty shops, including a women’s clothing boutique, a plant store, a unique T-shirt shop and a holistic health business. Shawnda DeBose took over a small space in the Shops on Sterling and created a candy store, Ruby Ella Sweets. (Marilyn[Read More…]
Plans for an Oasis House of Refuge facility in Flossmoor are moving forward after initially being pitched to the village board in March. The village board voted 5-0 Monday, July 18, to approve an ordinance to annex two parcels of land along Governors Highway, and voted 5-0 again to approve[Read More…]
Kristi Dinkins opened Product Freak, a beauty supply store, in Flossmoor Commons in July of 2021 with the philosophy that shopping at a beauty supply store should be enjoyable. She says that unfortunately that’s not always the case. “I had stopped going to beauty supply stores. I didn’t like the[Read More…]
This week Maureen Mader is celebrating a quarter century of ownership of Dunning’s Market, but the business itself goes back more than six decades. It was established in 1958 in Homewood, and Mader is the business’s second owner. The market has seen many changes over the years (including surviving a[Read More…]
Homewood and Flossmoor businesses are trying to define a new normal as they contend with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. With a modified stay-at-home order extending until the end of May, some businesses across the state are adjusting their services while many struggle to stay afloat. You’ve reached[Read More…]
Dunning’s Market in Flossmoor has been approved for a license to sell beer and wine. (Facebook photo) You’ve reached subscriber-only content Register for free to continue reading Free 3-day trial Already a subscriber? Log in here.
Ryan Stevenson and Vicki Burke Stevenson have joined with longtime friend Morgan Sullins on a joint business venture. (Photo by Tom Houlihan/H-F Chronicle) You’ve reached subscriber-only content Register for free to continue reading Free 3-day trial Already a subscriber? Log in here.
Glow Salon & Spa is opening at Flossmoor Commons in March. (Tom Houlihan/H-F Chronicle) You’ve reached subscriber-only content Register for free to continue reading Free 3-day trial Already a subscriber? Log in here.