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At least a hundred community members gathered at Algonquin’s Towne Park Thursday Night for a vigil honoring the memory of Riely Teuerle. The 17-year-old was about to start his senior year at H.D. Jacobs High School in Algonquin when he was killed in a car wreck last week.
The 17-year-old Lake in the Hills teen who was killed in rollover crash last week has been identified.
Sunday’s show attracted several dozen attendees, including only a handful of kids.
After dealing with a number of hostile and harassing visitors over the past month, Uprising Bakery and Cafe received a surprise visit Friday afternoon from someone offering enthusiastic support: Democratic Gov. JB Pritzker.
The village and UpRising have come to an agreement that will let the bakery continue to host events, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois
Three-car crash ends in rollover with one juvenile killed and other people involved in the crash taken to local hospitals.
Lawyers with the American Civil Liberties Union are calling Lake in the Hills’ actions toward UpRising Bakery and Cafe unconstitutional after the village told the business last week it could no longer host events.
Lake in the Hills is telling UpRising Bakery and Cafe they can't host events anymore as they violate zoning
Lake in the Hills is beginning work on its Woods Creek restoration project, which is expected to go into next year.
The Lake in the Hills community has come out in support of the cafe following vandalism over the weekend.
The latest McHenry County felony report from local law enforcement agencies.
An outpouring of support from many in the community has followed the vandalism that took place early Saturday morning at UpRising Bakery and Cafe in Lake in the Hills.
Police arrested an Alsip man for vandalizing Lake in the Hills bakery UpRising Bakery & Cafe early Saturday morning, less than 24 hours before a scheduled drag show at the business.
McHenry County Board determined Tuesday how it will stagger the terms of its members for the next decade.