Stories about Antioch, Illinois
A referendum to raise an additional $1.87 million annually for the Antioch First Fire Protection District returned to Tuesday’s primary ballot. Unlike a similar request in 2020, it earned approval.
Six people were injured in a three-vehicle crash Tuesday in Antioch.
Two people were injured, one critically, and a house was extensively damaged during a fire Monday morning near Antioch.
Antioch and Lemont face off Friday, June 10, 2022 in the class 3A IHSA state softball tournament for a chance to play for the title. Lemont took the win 3-1.
A good Samaritan and the Antioch Fire Department rescued two ducklings from a parking lot storm drain on Wednesday.
State Sen. Craig Wilcox, R-McHenry, will host a series of Conversations Untapped events in May and June in an effort to “connect with his constituents in the 32th Senate District.”
Antioch is transferring the responsibility for senior programming to Antioch Township in an arrangement both parties say will provide better services at lesser cost.
The Antioch Village Board has voted to transfer operations of all senior service programs to the Antioch Township government.
Two people rescued a 73-year-old Lake County man who fell into a Fox River channel while trying to retrieve a fishing line Friday afternoon.
After recent instances of auto and mailbox burglaries, the Village of Antioch is again encouraging residents to help combat crime by participating in an evening routine of safeguarding personal property.
A 21-year-old Antioch man has been charged with felony child pornography possession, police said Monday.
A McHenry County grand jury indicted these people on the following charges.
Those behind Antioch’s PM&L Theatre want to leave a lasting impression on the community.
Formed in 1960 as Palette, Masque and Lyre Inc., the theater group known as PM&L Theatre has been a staple of entertainment in downtown Antioch for six decades. A loyal fan base and grant money have kept the theater afloat.