After a virtual celebration last year, the all-ages wizarding world-themed event will return in-person to the historic Woodstock Square this month.
A reopened Sunset Skate Park features a beginner-friendly area, as well as an area for intermediate to advanced skaters, scooter riders, and bike riders.
A reopened Sunset Skate Park features a beginner friendly area as well as an area for intermediate to advanced skaters, scooter riders, and bike riders, village officials said.
Ron’s Tidy Tank Septic Service in Cary, which has been in business for more than 50 years, is under new ownership.
McHenry High School’s volleyball program also held a special event to honor veterans on Sept. 9 where 23 local veterans were honored
After a virtual Witches and Wizards of Woodstock last year, the all-ages event return physically to the historic Woodstock Square this month.
Lake in the Hills Administrative Services Manager Peter D’Agostino was recognized nationally for his work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Money raised from the beer tents tip jars at Rockin’ Rotary Ribfest and Sunset Fest by the Rotary Club of Lake in the Hills went to three area animal rescues, the organization said.
With the move to a new communication and dispatch network, the Woodstock, Harvard, Marengo and Union fire protection districts will purchase new two-way radios using federal grant dollars.
On Angels’ Wings Pet Rescue plans to expand its cat and kitten play area with a $1,750 grant from Petco Love, a nonprofit formerly known as Petco Foundation, the Crystal Lake rescue said.