“I’m definitely more relieved now that she’s gotten the first dose,” said Amy Gomez, who also has a newborn who can’t yet be vaccinated.
Cary’s new municipal center, which started construction in 2020 after years of discussion, will open later this month to the public.
McHenry County is appealing, but state's attorney said it is unlikely they'll get a subsequent ruling before the act's Jan. 1 deadline.
Latimer Correa, then 20, saw Pearl Harbor just weeks after it was attacked by Japan. “I had to get in and fight for it,” he said.
An estimated 500 jobs would be created, according to city staff
The Crystal Lake City Council will vote Tuesday on whether to let restaurants and bars keep making carry-out, curbside and residential deliveries of packaged liquor for another year.
McHenry High School’s “Food for Thought” food pantry has found a permanent home, after five years of moving to different locations.
Jane’s on State, on 110 N. State St., features “unique modern farmhouse items," the Marengo-Union Chamber of Commerce says
A firefighter was injured while on the scene of a house fire in McHenry Friday evening, the McHenry Township Fire Protection District said in a news release.
Although many otters live in the area, the nocturnal animals can be tricky for people to spot
Maxim Parnov now is accused of causing blunt force trauma to both Elvira and Peter Almen, resulting in their deaths.
Maxim Parnov, who police had been searching for in connection with two Algonquin residents found dead this week, is in custody in Wisconsin on Thursday morning, police said.
A presentation ceremony, where the banners are given to the military members’ family, is set for 7 p.m. today
Foul play is suspected in the deaths of an Algonquin man and woman, whose bodies found about noon Wednesday, after a well-being check the day before, Algonquin police said.
Person was flown to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville