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Here's a quick look at this week's newsmakers.
The College of DuPage will no longer participate in the annual music event in downtown Glen Ellyn.
Business, Local Connections
TribLocal staffers laid off as a Chicago-area firm, Journatic, takes over TribLocal content and production, according to the Chicago Tribune, in exchange for an investment.
The quick-service concept is the first of its kind for Hamco, Inc., the corporation the operates Egg Harbor Cafe and Harbor Express, 120 Liberty Drive, Wheaton. Managers say the business has seen "serious growth" in recent months.
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Developer withdraws from deal to buy the Wheaton Grand Theater in downtown Wheaton after determining it'd be too costly to complete its vision for the property.
The two are co-hosts of the 5-year-old event.
Papier Girl, owned by a Glen Ellyn resident, will open its doors sometime between June and July.
Wheaton City Council approves liquor license for Studio Movie Grill, the combined movie theater and restaurant opening in Wheaton next month.
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