Crystal Lake news
Raue Center for the Arts announced two new board members, Jerry Trachlser and Regan Shepley.
A National Weather Service forecast shows overnight snowfall could accumulate to 5 inches in most areas of northern Illinois. At the height of the storm, a light fluffy snow will fall at a rate of an inch per hour, which could leave roads snow covered and reduce visibility for motorists.
Plans for a 93-unit apartment development at 551 Congress Parkway are one step closer to fruition after Crystal Lake City Council approved a petition Tuesday from the Mount Prospect-based developer Equity Trust Company.
Rotary Club of Crystal Lake Dawnbreakers donated more than $10,000 to local charities in the 30 days leading up to Thanksgiving.
The owner of the Woodstock Dairy Queen, a human resources manager for Avient Corporation and an attorney with Zukowski, Rogers, Flood and McArdle were recently named to Family Health Partnership Clinic’s Board of Directors.
A 61-year-old brother of Resurrection Catholic Church in Woodstock was sentenced Thursday to 66 days in jail and must pay back the more than $20,000 he stole from a church fund collected to help the needy.
A COVID-19 vaccine clinic open to walk-in patients will be held starting Monday at Algonquin Township office in Crystal Lake.
A Crystal Lake man pleaded guilty Thursday to wielding a knife at a gas station employee while stealing a cash register containing less than $500 in 2020.
Comedy in Cary, Polar Fest in Huntley and a wine walk in Antioch are all happening in and around McHenry County this weekend.
Fire Bar & Grill in Crystal Lake is a welcoming neighborhood restaurant with good food and a variety of offerings for groups seeking a lot of options.