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Voters who want to cast a ballot before the March 19 primary but don't want to have to drive to Woodstock will have options starting Monday
McHenry County Board Mike Buehler highlighted upcoming work like the widening of Route 47 and the opening of the Longmeadow Bridge.
Election season is upon us. Here's what to know ahead of the March 19 primary election.
Police said they responded to a report of an altercation at Front Street Tap in Harvard and arrested a suspect for allegedly slashing another man's face.
The city of Marengo is seeking voter approval for a local sales tax referendum for road construction and maintenance, and Park District wants to bring surrounding townships into the fold.
Details of an alleged aggravated battery could be heard at the trial of a Rudy Villarreal, accused of firing a gun outside a Marengo restaurant in June.
Those charged with felonies the week of Jan. 14-20 by the Algonquin, Cary, Harvard and Marengo police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office.
Marengo's ordinance fines migrant buses that don't notify ahead of time and try to prevent them from leaving passengers behind but would not impound buses.
Steve and Bobbi Busam will be traveling to Maui this month; they're using the trip to help uplift Maui residents affected by last summer's wildfire.
Northern parts of McHenry County recorded the highest amounts of snowfall from Friday’s storm, with over a foot accumulated, the National Weather Service reports.
An Algonquin Police Department Facebook post challenging neighboring towns in a snowman competition has gone viral, with multiple police departments and residents joining in on the fun.
Residents in Marengo dealt with the second snow storm to hit McHenry County this week. A winter storm warning was issued that runs through noon Saturday for McHenry County.
Complete a puzzle with friends and watch a ice carver in action this weekend in McHenry County.
The snow might let up in the morning, but its not expected to stop until midnight Tuesday, according to forecasters at the National Weather Service's Chicago bureau in Romeoville.
A Poplar Grove woman sobbed uncontrollably as she pleaded guilty on Friday to driving under the influence of cocaine when she drove at 104 mph and ran a red light before a 2021 Marengo crash that killed two people.