McHenry County Board member Paula Yensen
McHenry County Board determined Tuesday how it will stagger the terms of its members for the next decade.
The McHenry County Board did not have a proclamation recognizing June as Pride Month on its agenda Tuesday, causing backlash from Democrats and some residents.
McHenry County officials hope plans for the new memory care wing will be completed this year, with construction beginning in 2023.
Voting information cards with new polling locations went out before the McHenry County Board voted on the changes
Democratic leaders said the map making process lacked transparency after it was unveiled Thursday ahead of Tuesday's vote
After graduations at Northern Illinois University, Huntley High School families would find Willow Creek Community Church closer to home.
“It was surprising to me the change and openness and free flowing conversation that has taken place since he’s taken office,” said the board's vice chair Carolyn Schofield, R-Crystal Lake
The McHenry County Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to remove Regional Superintendent of Education Leslie Schermerhorn from her elected office following years of troubled audits.
Removing Regional Superintendent Leslie Schermerhorn "is in the best interest of the county and the people we serve, the students and the faculty of all these school districts,” said board member Paula Yensen, D-Lake in the Hills
Committee members recommending Lapinas for a new term said his previous experience on the board will be important as the board searches for a new executive director
McHenry County Board members are considering establishing a new committee specifically to oversee Valley Hi Nursing Home in a move that would give the County Board more direct oversight of the county-run facility.
Valley Hi failed to separate roommates after one would test positive five different times. They paid a $16,250 fine for improperly following COVID-19 guidance for long-term care facilities
The McHenry County Board approved a new map Tuesday dividing up what parts of the county its soon-to-be reduced membership will represent.
McHenry County Board members have debated if they should be eligible for the same benefits as the county's full-time employees
McHenry County Animal Control employees could receive a bonus of $3,700