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A current Round Lake principal will replace outgoing Heineman Middle School Principal Brian Faulkner as the Huntley School District 158 school′s top administrator.
The decades-old former fire station in downtown Huntley may be demolished and rebuilt despite plans that originally sought to save it.
Huntley Park District is looking to build a plan that can help imagine the future of parks, recreation programs, events and trails, it said in a news release.
The state’s international teacher program has in recent years become a key solution to what district administrators in McHenry County say is an increasingly challengingly and competitive staffing climate.
Memorial Day is this Monday. Here’s what McHenry County communities and veterans organizations are doing to mark the occasion.
Police reports from Cary, Huntley, Lake in the Hills, Marengo and Woodstock.
A physical education teacher at Husmann Elementary School in Crystal Lake was named this year’s Educator of the Year at the inaugural Educator of the Year Awards this month.
The program will help with start-up and expansion costs as well as building improvements.
Parkside Pub in downtown Huntley is known for its annual Turkey Testicle Festival, but it's a great choice any other time, too.
A former Crystal Lake police officer pleaded guilty last week to fraudulently receiving nearly $95,000 in salary and insurance benefits through a false line-of-duty injury claim, court records show.
The Community Foundation for McHenry County awarded 20 scholarships totaling $40,000 to students.
Huntley High School students recently conducted mock interviews with members of the community and district employees to gain experience about what the professional interview process is like.
Huntley police are seeking help identifying a man accused of making inappropriate physical contact with a woman in a Walmart parking lot.
The McHenry County Historical Society has once again partnered with the Gazebo Valor Quilters of Huntley to honor local veterans as Memorial Day approaches.
Returning to church and experiencing a more normal way of worshipping side by side with fellow church members has been “wonderful,” McHenry resident Jean Grandt said.