Chain O’ Lakes
Richmond, Spring Grove, Fox Lake and Volo village presidents share their state of the village reports at annual Chain O' Lakes Chamber of commerce luncheon.
Margaret Borcia, whose son Tony was killed by a drunken boater, now works in McHenry and Lake county courthouses as an AAIM advocate.
Holly Blanchette received the Aqua Award at Lake Homes Realty’s National Agent Summit for her exceptional achievements in real estate.
As the leaves begin to change fall lovers may be seeking out the best places to enjoy the bliss of Mother Nature’s canvas. Here are five locations in McHenry County recomended by Naturally McHenry County.
A 25-year-old man from Kenosha, Wisconsin, died June 4 after jumping into a water channel just north of Petite Lake.
McHenry County – and more broadly northern Illinois – area holds a distinct reputation for having some of the strongest fishing spots in the state, said a fisheries biologist with the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
Jenni Kempf, of Algonquin, is one of the highlights of "Watershed Warriors," set for its premier Thursday in Elgin. The film highlights work done by Friends of the Fox River to monitor and educate on the waterway.
The Fox Waterway Agency is warning of “an abundance of debris on the water” as the 2023 boating season approaches.
January and February are the ice fishing season in northern Illinois, but thin ice has been keeping anglers off the lakes, one local guide said.
Over the last six years, Scott Uglinica, of Volo, with a 1928 Ford Model Popcorn Wagon in tow, has raised thousands of dollars to help children in need in McHenry and Lake counties.
Village presidents from Fox Lake, Spring Grove, Richmond and Volo say development, business and growth are coming to their towns.
The fourth annual “It’s Our Fox River Day,” was on Sept. 17, and was initiated by Dundee Township-based Friends of the Fox River, for which Schiavone is staff educator.
Jenni Schiavone of Algonquin had canoed sparingly along the Fox River before deciding she would travel the entire 200-mile length this year to promote “It’s Our Fox River Day.”
An Ingleside man, who police say attacked and choked a woman on his boat after she asked to return to shore, is charged with domestic battery and unlawful restraint.
The Tim Harrison family and the McHenry County Historical Society invite the general public to attend the plaquing ceremony of Cabin No. 8 at the former Pink Harrison’s Resort, 804 Harrison Lane in Johnsburg. The plaqing will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 16.