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Once you try the food at Antigua Mexican Brunch and Grill in Algonquin, it's no wonder the owner is on track to add a third location – as soon as this fall – to Huntley.
Mike Bruce's bike "was on its last leg," when Huntley police officer Joe Lanute stepped in and found him a new bicycle, Bruce's primary mode of transportation.
Ten additional early voting locations opened across McHenry County on Monday ahead of the April 4 election.
Barbara Christ started working at the family implement dealership in 1970 but changes to the agricultural landscape in McHenry County means time to walk away for Marengo woman.
Children enjoy the Read & Eat Fries With a Firefighter event Thursday, March 16, 2023, at the Culver’s restaurant in Huntley.
Among this week's five things to do in McHenry County are ShamROCKS the Fox in McHenry, a St. Patrick Celebration in downtown Richmond, a Van Morrison tribute in Crystal Lake, “Seussical The Musical” in Woodstock and a chance to read a story with a Huntley firefighter.
Antigua Mexican Grill seeks to open its newest location in Huntley in the fall.
Two key projects in Huntley, the Catty property and the Coral Street Fire House, are wrapping up soon and are seeing interest from those looking to rent
A McHenry County grand jury indicted these people on the following charges the week of Feb. 27, 2023.
Question: Would you propose any changes to the curriculum? If so, what? Answer: As a school district, we need to think critically about the skills and ideals that we prepare our students with when they graduate. Read Andrew Fekete's full election questionnaire here.
Question: Why are you running for office? Answer: I am running to be a part of making decisions for a great school district for all parties - students, teachers, parents, taxpayers, administration and staff. Read more of William Geheren's election questionnaire here.
Question: Would you support any plans to raise taxes in the district? If so, what should the additional revenue be spent on? Answer: If elected I will oppose any property tax increases.
Question: Would you propose any changes to the curriculum? If so, what? Answer: I believe our current curriculum is effectively delivering against the districts educational objectives. Read Jonathan Dailey's full election questionnaire here.
Northwestern Medicine McHenry Hospital received a three-star rating from Society of Thoracic Surgeons, which places it the among the elite for heart bypass surgery in the United States and Canada, officials said.
As license plate readers pop up across McHenry County, police agencies are touting the benefits they can bring in solving crimes, but residents and groups alike are voicing concern over privacy and a feeling of being watched.