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Farm Stroll brings awareness to the county's still-dominant agriculture.
Those charged with felonies the week of Sept. 10, 2023, by the Algonquin, Crystal Lake, Fox River Grove, Harvard and Richmond police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office.
Get in the fall spirit with ghost stories in Spring Grove to bundling up for an outdoor movie in McHenry
A McHenry County grand jury indicted these people on the following charges the week of Aug. 27, 2023.
McHenry County State’s Attorney Patrick Kenneally said Friday his office will begin filing lawsuits against marijuana dispensaries that don’t prominently post mental health warnings.
A lawsuit filed Aug. 7 against Richmond-Burton High School District 157, a woman claims she was not rehired as COVID-19 restrictions changed as she was pregnant.
The sale, which is pending regulatory approval, would increase the McHenry bank's assets from $350 million to $8 billion, Don Wilson, President of McHenry Savings Bank, said.
A McHenry County judge Monday agreed with defense attorneys in finding a Richmond-Burton High School teacher and cross-country coach was not guilty of a crime when he touched a student’s shirt as he commented on her “groutfit.”
The trail would be built between McHenry County and Kenosha County, Wisconsin. Once done, it would link trails in Illinois to ones in Wisconsin.
Zachary and Bryan Zises, along with other majority owners, celebrated the opening of Richmond's Spark'd Dispensary on Wednesday. The marijuana retailer officially opened to the public on Monday.
Those charged with felonies the week of July 23 by the Cary, Crystal Lake, Harvard, Lake in the Hills, Marengo, McHenry and Richmond police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office.
After 3 1/2 years of legal marijuana in Illinois, McHenry County has several dispensaries and other pot-related businesses set to open this year.
A woman was sentenced to the maximum of three years in prison Tuesday for moving the body of a man she and her daughter have maintained they believed was dead and leaving him in the North Branch Conservation area on April 28, 2022.
The festival kicks off Thursday and runs through Sunday this year.
A Wonder Lake man pleaded not guilty Friday to possessing six chocolate bars infused with psilocybin, a psychedelic drug.