Elgin, Illinois news
Janus has always been a creative and engaging source of theater productions. The new season opens June 15.
This show and iambe theatre ensemble’s very existence fill me with a great deal of optimism for the future of small theater and superb quality productions.
Those charged with felonies the week of May 14 by the 10 police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office.
Eighteen Jewish musicians’ instruments saved from the Holocaust era and restored by Israeli master violin makers will make their way to the stage of the Hemmens Cultural Center in Elgin in the hands of Elgin Symphony Orchestra members at 8 p.m. May 20.
Community Exchange: Born prematurely, twin sisters Jane Umbarger and Jean Harrison lived for their first two months in an incubator that was on display at the 1933-34 Chicago World’s Fair. Thousands of people saw them each day. They were known as the “Incubator Twins.”
The play that inspired the musical continues on stage through May 21, presented by Elgin Theatre Company.
In 1975, Rose Lillegard was elected as its village president and according to news stories at the time, was the first woman picked to lead a municipality in McHenry County. She died May 1 at age 85.
Elgin Mall’s plans to relocate to East Dundee are back on – but with fewer vendors.
State Rep. Suzanne Ness will host two mobile office hours and a mobile drivers services event in the coming weeks.
Four years after planning started, Elgin’s first Pride Parade and Festival is set to step off on June 3.
Two 23-year-olds from DeKalb and Elgin, were identified Tuesday by police after the driver and passenger of the same car were killed in a fatal car versus truck crash Monday in rural DeKalb County.
Two people, a driver and the passenger in the same car, died after their car collided with a truck in an intersection near Maple Park Monday morning, according to a DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office.
Those charged with felonies the week of April 9, 2023, by the Algonquin, Cary, Crystal Lake, Fox Lake, Harvard, Johnsburg, Lake in the Hills, McHenry and Woodstock police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office.
Two 19-year-olds were accused of having two defaced handguns and three large-capacity magazines, including a 50-round drum, following a police raid on a Lake in the Hills home, McHenry County court records shows.
Lake in the Hills police and the McHenry County SWAT team took two 19-year-olds into custody after raiding a home on Deerpath Road Friday afternoon, with a hearing set for Saturday at the McHenry County Courthouse.