Village of Hebron
A man found guilty, but mentally ill, last year of first-degree murder for causing a 2020 crash near Hebron that killed one man and left another with life-altering injuries was sentenced Thursday to 31 years in prison.
A McHenry County grand jury indicted these people on the following charges the week of Dec. 26, 2022.
Here the list of who is running for village boards and city councils in McHenry County.
Hanna Kowal of Hebron has been training her sled dogs, both huskies and lab mixes, to race since high school.
The first baby of McHenry County was born a little after 2 p.m. on New Year's Day in Huntley
A first-degree murder conviction in a fatal car crash, a “road rage incident” with shots were fired near McHenry, a lifetime sentence in a 20-year cold case and a Bull Valley millionaire released on parole were among the crime stories that hit McHenry County.
Ramtin Sabet was sworn in as Hebron's police chief at Tuesday's Hebron Village Board meeting. Chief Rich Donlea took leave on Nov. 11 and separated from the village on Dec. 1. Sabet has been acting chief since then.
A McHenry County judge denied a defense attorney’s motion Thursday to reconsider his guilty verdict, claiming the judge had erred in not finding his client not guilty of murder by reason of insanity in connection with a fatal crash near Hebron in 2020.
All McHenry County schools not already on winter break have closed or will dismiss early on Thursday due to the impending snow.
Half of the McHenry County Board is new, with seven incumbents losing their seats in November. Eight of the previous board’s members opted against running for their seat this year.
A list of those who are running for school board across McHenry County
Those charged with felonies the week of Dec. 4 by the Algonquin, Crystal Lake, Harvard, Hebron, Johnsburg, Lake in the Hills, Spring Grove and Wonder Lake police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office.
Those charged with felonies the week of Nov. 13 by the Algonquin, Island Lake, Lake in the Hills, Marengo, McHenry, Spring Grove and Woodstock police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office and the Secretary of State.
A fundraiser organized by McHenry County College employee Russ Shafer recently raised $2,100 for student scholarships.
Inflation, the inability to get food from warehouses, and labor shortages are hard on small grocers, but transportation makes food deserts less likely.