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A vehicle crashed into the Crystal Lake home of Danielle Irwin on Monday, March 20, 2023, causing damage to her garage, car and belongings.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a Loves Park resident accused of crashing a stolen car into a Crystal Lake house on Monday.
McHenry, Lake, Ogle, Winnebago and Boone counties could see 5 to 8 inches overnight in Saturday, the National Weather Service warned in a winter storm warning Friday.
A 60-year-old Lakemoor man, currently on parole for a Cook County residential burglary conviction, is charged with burglarizing four homes outside Crystal Lake and Woodstock, Illinois Department of Corrections and McHenry County court records show.
The McHenry County Department of Health warned McHenry County residents on Friday of a significant increase of overdoses and deaths likely caused by opioids.
A car crashed into Wings and Rings, 1520 Carlemont Drive in Crystal Lake, on Thursday, March 23, 2023.
Four people were taken to the hospital Thursday afternoon after vehicle crashed into the Wings and Rings in Crystal Lake.
More affordable housing for older adults in Woodstock and a clinic focused on neurodiversity and mental health are two projects set to receive federal COVID-19 dollars, county officials said.
An unknown driver fled from a traffic stop and crashed into nearby homes, Crystal Lake police said.
Once you try the food at Antigua Mexican Brunch and Grill in Algonquin, it's no wonder the owner is on track to add a third location – as soon as this fall – to Huntley.
Hazardous material "runs up and down these rails every day without any issues,” the Crystal Lake Fire Rescue Department Chief Paul DeRaedt said.
The Crystal Lake City Council weighs ban, regulations akin to those for bed-and-breakfasts for short-term rentals like Airbnb.
Armed with $5.6 million in federal grant funding, Crystal Lake Elementary District 47 will expand services to help a growing number of students in need of mental and social-emotional support.
With Kennedy Expressway construction kicked off, Metra is adding trains to its Union Pacific Northwest Line effective April 3.
Mike Bruce's bike "was on its last leg," when Huntley police officer Joe Lanute stepped in and found him a new bicycle, Bruce's primary mode of transportation.