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The first case associated with the school was discovered Sept. 17.
Gerriann Gerritsen, of Huntley, has released over 300 butterflies that she has raised this year. She’s currently releasing the last of her butterflies.
At least seven cases of E. coli have now been confirmed at the high school.
Gina Galligar, who was elected to the Huntley Community School District 158 board last spring, resigned effective Friday.
Kate Dalman wants to develop a guide and website to help dog breeders be more ethical, and for buyers to know better about the dog they get.
Six students at Huntley High School have been sickened by E. coli, according to school officials. The outbreak's origin has not yet been identified.
Get in the fall spirit with ghost stories in Spring Grove to bundling up for an outdoor movie in McHenry
Now that the cashless bond system in is place, many defendants currently being held in jail are petitioning the court to be let out while they await trial.
A McHenry County grand jury indicted these people on the following charges the week of Sept. 3, 2023.
Singer Megon McDonough takes ‘deep dive’ into music of Burt Bacharach and Hal David
Those charged with felonies the week of Sept. 3 by the Algonquin, Cary, Crystal Lake, Harvard, Island Lake, McHenry, Spring Grove and Woodstock police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office.
The first tenants have moved into the Cornell Apartments near downtown Huntley. The complex gets its name from the Cornell Brothers Milk Condensing Factory, which called the building home before H.D. Catty open its plant there in the 1940s.
The radio show and podcast will highlight the writer of “Shutter Speed,” which will be showcased in a Sept. 17 stage reading in St. Charles.
A record number of participants have registered for the sixth annual Huntley Hootenanny 5K Glow Run/Walk hosted by the Huntley School District 158 Education Foundation and village of Huntley, organizers said.
Huntley police officers and public works employees each will get annual raises of 3.75% under separate contracts village officials approved last month.