An Algonquin man faces four charges, including two Class X felonies, after allegedly holding his girlfriend by knife on Saturday.
A look at some of the biggest stories that moved McHenry County in 2023.
Algonquin Township Trustee Edward Zimel Jr. lost his appeal to remain in office over a long-ago prior felony.
The Village of Algonquin is proposing the creation of four special service areas that would levy taxes to fund maintenance of subdivision common areas if HOAs fail.
Over 1.6 million single-use bags were used in Woodstock in 2022, and over 400,000 had been used as of April of this year.
Algonquin Township Trustee Edward Zimel Jr. was temporarily reinstated to his elected position after a circuit court judge removed him due to a previous felony conviction, court records show.
A McHenry County judge said June 12 that Ed Zimel's previous felony conviction made him ineligible to serve as a Algonquin Township Trustee, but no stay requested to appellate court.
General assistance programs, mandated by Illinois Township Code, saw reduced need during first year of pandemic but are planning to see need rebound.
Here are updated results throughout Tuesday night on municipal elections in McHenry County
Tuesday marks the last day for voters to cast their ballots in several local races, including school board, municipalities, and library and park districts.
Ten additional early voting locations opened across McHenry County on Monday ahead of the April 4 election.
Voters in Bull Valley, Harvard, Lakemoor and unincorporated Algonquin Township will field referendum questions this April.
Those living in rural parts of eastern McHenry County may see people taking photos near their properties, but officials say there is no need to worry.
Early voting kicks off on Thursday for the April 4 election, allowing voters to begin casting their ballots at the McHenry County Administration Building in Woodstock.
Here's how and where McHenry County residents can recycle their live Christmas trees and old, nonfunctioning holiday lights.