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The company, which has a contract with the U.S. government to produce nitrile gloves, is apparently moving into the former Motorola plant.
Those charged with felonies the week of May 21-27 by the 12 police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office.
Five different dairy cattle breeds and their young owners, many from 4-H groups in Illinois in Wisconsin, competed on Sunday during the Junior Dairy Cattle Show at Harvard's Milk Days festival. Some events set for Wednesday were rescheduled to Thursday, June 8, due to rain.
Harvard Police on Saturday night shot and killed a man they said was stabbing a woman during a domestic attack. The woman died from her injuries.
Those charged with felonies the week of May 14 by the 10 police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office.
The mother of a Harvard woman whose boyfriend killed her and hid her remains in a U-Haul storage locker called her daughter’s killer “a coward” before he was sentenced to 28 years in prison Friday.
U.S. veterans living at Hebron's New Horizons say their training kicked in on May 9 following a crash in front of their building.
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer, and McHenry County has a busy schedule of fun activities for young and old.
A Genoa registered sex offender on probation after spending nearly five decades in prison for the 1962 sexually motivated murder of a 3-year-old Harvard girl is accused of attempting to lure two girls on Monday, according to court records.
An $11,000 grant for McHenry's Landmark School brings native wildflowers to campus, opens up future outdoor classroom for elementary school.
Since buying little more than six acres in Harvard in 2005 and transforming it from a cornfield into a home for native plants, grasses and wildflowers, Terrie and William Warzecha said they still are surprised by the Monarch-loving common milkweed that just naturally appeared.
Harvard High School has 14 graduates who have received an associates degree through McHenry County College as part of the school's dual degree program.
A horse trailer was found fully involved Saturday afternoon, Harvard Fire Protection District official said. Firefighters were also called to the farm on White Oaks Road Tuesday, when a barn was destroyed.
Milk Days, set for June 2-4 at Milky Way Park, 300 Lawrence Road, Harvard, is the oldest continuous hometown festival in the state of Illinois.
Harvard residents say why they want a recreation center, but where, when and how is still an unknown, according to Mayor Mike Kelly and a community meeting held Thursday, May 18, to gauge response to idea.