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Chris Skaja, who creates the “Massacre on McKinley Street” display in Lake in the Hills, said last year he took off a week of work so he could build his Halloween setup.
McHenry County College Workforce Development and the Manufacturing Pathways Consortium have teamed up to recognize National Manufacturing Month this October with job fairs, plant tours and career expos.
While one candidate running for the McHenry County Board’s most centrally located district pledged to not raise property taxes if reelected, another said it’s not off the table and the third said she didn’t consider taxes a high priority issue.
With more than a month of the new school year in the books and schools looking more normal following the COVID-19 pandemic, some school districts around McHenry County continue to struggle with staffing.
It's been almost 20 years since Lou Ness was fired from Turning Point over concerns of mismanaging funds. Now, she's running for the McHenry County Board.
Three member of a McHenry family have been charged with allegedly abusing a child, according to the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office.
Northwestern Medicine hospitals in McHenry and Woodstock celebrated a boost in hospital rankings published by U.S. News and World Report with a corn roast for staff.
Tree of Life Unitarian Universalist Congregation and Live4Lali will provide free naloxone kits and training at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, at the church, 5603 W. Bull Valley Road in McHenry.
Questions remain over whether the elimination of cash bail in the SAFE-T Act will make McHenry County more or less safe, but the new law does not mean jail gates will swing open and alleged murderers and rapists will walk out as opponents of the law insist, legal experts say.
A McHenry County grand jury indicted these people on the following charges the week of Sept. 12, 2022.
Water up to the roof, strips of businesses destroyed and refrigerators floating by. That is some of what McHenry County residents have heard from loved ones in south Florida following Hurricane Ian making landfall on Wednesday.
McHenry’s Gary Lang Auto Group has been sold to Oakbrook Terrace-based Castle Automotive Group.
McHenry County doctors have seen an increased number of toddlers and babies sick with upper respiratory illnesses, which typically peak in the winter but have also been appearing months earlier than normal.
From 30 nominations, the McHenry County Economic Development Corporation has selected 17 finalists for its Business Champion award, which recognizes outstanding businesses in McHenry County that have positively affected the economy of McHenry County.
G.R. General Contracting LLC has expanded in McHenry with a sister company, Rudd Heating and Cooling, for residential heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, the company’s president announced.