Stories about Sleepy Hollow, Illinois
A McHenry County grand jury indicted these people on the following charges the week of May 1, 2023.
Zoki Russo is a third grade teacher at Sleepy Hollow Elementary School with a 14-year track record of getting kids excited, really excited, about coming to school and learning.
Those charged with felonies the week of March 19, 2023, by the Algonquin, Crystal Lake, Fox River Grove, Harvard, Johnsburg, Lake in the Hills, McHenry and Woodstock police departments, as well as the McHenry County Sheriff's Office.
Bail was set at $25,000 Wednesday for a Sleepy Hollow woman accused of leading a state trooper on chase that reached 120 mph on Interstate 88.
After nearly four years as Carpentersville’s village manager, Eric Johnson is moving on to the Fox River Water Reclamation District.
Carpentersville officials could be looking at plans for a warehouse development at Randall and Binnie roads by the end of the first quarter of next year, the project developer said Thursday.
A 58-year-old Elgin man fleeing the scene of a crash Thursday afternoon in Sleepy Hollow hit a tree and died of his injuries, according to a news release from the Kane County sheriff’s office.
State Rep. Suzanne Ness will hold mobile office hours 10 a.m. to noon July 11 at the Huntley Area Public Library as part of an effort to remain accessible and bring services to every part of the district, according to a news release.
The incumbent is leading in one of two contested legislative primaries in McHenry County while just 64 votes, or less than a percentage point, separated the Republican candidates in the race for the 66th House District.
A long-time accountant and a former television producer, both of whom have been involved in local politics, are vying to become the Republican nominee for the 66th House District.
Friends of the Fox River is bringing back a Mother’s Day tradition, Monitor with Your Mother, at 2 p.m. Sunday at Jelke Creek Bird Sanctuary in Sleepy Hollow.
While the McHenry County Department of Health and other local health agencies recommended the continued use of masks as part of a “layered approach” to slowing the spread of COVID-19 in schools, some McHenry County school districts decided to recommend but not require masks.
“Of the four outbreaks, two outbreaks are related to the bus and the other two are in classrooms where mitigations were not strictly adhered to,” the McHenry County Health Department spokeswoman said.
‘This is among the most violent and horrifying cases that I have encountered in my years as a prosecutor,’ prosecutor says
‘When there’s a major disruption like this, that’s when innovation can happen,’ Huntley School District 158 superintendent says