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These are the unofficial election results for contested races across McHenry County as of about 12:45 a.m. Wednesday.
Software problem prevented some voters from receiving a nonpartisan ballot during Tuesday's primary, workaround was found, McHenry County Clerk Joe Tirio said.
A McHenry County grand jury indicted these people on the following charges the weeks of April 18 and 25.
The incumbent is leading in one of two contested legislative primaries in McHenry County while just 64 votes, or less than a percentage point, separated the Republican candidates in the race for the 66th House District.
Early counts showed McHenry County voters weighed in negatively on two referendums Tuesday, one in Harvard asking for a sales tax increase for road improvements and the other for the Crystal Lake Park District for longer terms for its elected officials.
Festivals, parades and fireworks will mark Independence Day across McHenry County heading into this weekend and beyond.
Competitive races line both the Democratic and Republican ballots as early voting continues ahead of Tuesday’s primary election. Here's a round-up of who and what is on the ballot.
A 22-year-old Indiana man accused of abducting a teenaged girl and her infant son Wednesday from Harvard is being held in a Kentucky jail awaiting extradition to McHenry County, according to Harvard police.
Three teenagers in Harvard were arrested and a fourth was cited Wednesday afternoon after one of them was accused of firing a handgun at a restaurant, police officials said.
The McHenry County Coroner’s Office identified the 25-year-old killed Thursday in a wrong-way crash on Route 173 as Ivan Avina of Harvard.
With temperatures to feel as hot as 105 to 109 degrees Wednesday, cooling centers across McHenry County and the region are opening their doors.
A 37-year-old Harvard man was sentenced Friday to 18 years in prison after pleading guilty to an amended charge of possession with intent to deliver between 15 and 100 grams of cocaine, according to the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office and court documents.
Ten additional early voting locations have opened in McHenry County for the June 28 primary election.
A 20-year-old Wisconsin man was in critical condition following a crash this morning in Harvard, police chief Tyson Bauman said in a news release Saturday afternoon.
Sustainable Staffing – the recent winner of the 2021 Outstanding Business of the Year award from the Harvard Chamber of Commerce and Industry – will host a party Thursday to mark its grand opening.