Crystal Lake news
Artists of all ages and abilities could submit original works of art, in a variety of mediums, on 6-by-6-inch canvases that will now be auctioned off to raise money for the Raue Center for the Arts' educational programs.
National Weather Service Chicago says dry weather, lack of rain unlikely to go away anytime soon
Love for community, love for family, and love for the Strikers recalled fondly by well-wishers and dear friends
Donna Bieschke of Crystal Lake and Janet Devereaux of Harvard had work accepted in the international, juried fine arts exhibit at Old Courthouse Arts Center in Woodstock.
Starting Friday, all businesses will be able to again host their standard capacities as determined by pre-pandemic occupancy limits, while mask requirements continue to align with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which advise people who are not fully vaccinated to continue to wear masks around others while fully vaccinated people can remove theirs.
Metra ridership has been ‘steadily rising’ from pandemic lows since January after plateauing around 10% of regular levels
Hundreds of seasonal employees are back to work for local governments in McHenry County, working at recreational areas, day camps and more, after many cities, villages and park districts put a freeze on hiring temporary workers and even laid off some staff amid the pandemic.
Quick-paced seller’s market results in competitive bidding, sales well over asking prices, McHenry County real estate agent says
Upgrades for dozens of DeKalb’s traffic signals are included in a $20 million federal infrastructure proposal expected to be considered by a legislative committee in Washington, D.C., this week. “It would improve the efficiency and safety,” Gill said. “If you’re traveling on a corridor like [Route] 23 between DeKalb and Sycamore to go Lowe’s, Target, it’ll have better synchronization for traffic flow."
A swimmer’s advisory was posted at Crystal Lake Main Beach after the McHenry County Department of Health received reports of swimmer’s itch, the department said in a news release Tuesday.