Village of Bull Valley
The Bull Valley Living with the Land committee explains what the "philosophy" is for the tiny McHenry County town, and what it will mean for the historic Stickney House, the barn and other plans for the town
About 50 veterans rode horseback in Bull Valley for BraveHearts' "Trail to Zero" event that fights against veteran suicide rates.
About 50 veterans from BraveHearts nonprofit will participate in the Trail to Zero event this Friday in Bull Valley to raise awareness on veteran suicide statistics.
Patrick Gasienica, 24, of McHenry, was killed in a crash Monday evening in Bull Valley.
The McHenry County Coroner’s Office identified the Bull Valley man found dead following a fire Thursday as Donald Metivier, 83.
Woodstock Fire and Rescue found a deceased man following a fire call in the 400 block of Cold Springs Road, Bull Valley Police Chief Tracy Dickens said.
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.
Nearly four dozen of the local races in McHenry County will be competitive on Tuesday, as voters head to the polls to decide who will lead their school boards, municipalities, libraries and parks.
Cutting costs, but not programming, and finding new revenue sources are some of the ideas Woodstock School District 200 school board candidates have for reducing the district’s property tax burden.
Former Crystal Lake resident, 1st Lt. Steven Wember spent time with his grandfather and father as a child listening to their stories about being U.S. Marines and flying jets. The Marian Catholic Central High School graduate decided at the age of 10 that was the life he wanted.
A woman sentenced to life in prison last year for killing a 23-year-old Harvard woman, leaving her body in a cornfield in Wisconsin in 1999, claimed inadequate defense and a “failure to explore” link to similar death of an Illinois woman, court records show.
Interest in farm-to-table businesses are growing both in McHenry County and across Illinois. Here's why.
Bull Valley Farm will now be selling whole milk at its store, adding another local product those in the area may purchase from the business. Such farm-to-table businesses have been growing both locally and nationally in recent years.
They are farm businesses selling directly to different kinds of groups, including consumers, businesses and various institutions, such as schools. There are also those who specialize in agri-tourism, which invite people to see agricultural attractions and purchase their produce.
Snow totals ranged from 9.6 inches in Bull Valley to a half-inch in Batavia as Thursday's snowstorm blanketed northern Illinois