Stories about Volo
Alcohol appears to be a factor in the crash, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said.
Elvis fans won’t want to miss the Volo Museum’s celebration of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s life Sunday, Aug. 20.
Celebrate this year's Bands, Brews and BBQ in McHenry along with other themed events from ice cream to Barbie
An 83-year-old Oakwood Hills woman was killed Aug. 12 when the car she was driving was struck by a fuel tanker truck near Volo, authorities said.
A man accused of “fraudulently” attempting to charge nearly $2,000 at a Best Buy in Gurnee, using a credit card stolen from a woman at the Johnsburg Walmart, is being sought on a $20,000 warrant, according to documents filed in the McHenry County courthouse.
A $50,000 warrant was issued Wednesday for the arrest of a woman accused of stealing an elderly woman’s credit card and charging thousands of dollars in gift cards on it at Home Depots in McHenry and Volo, according to a criminal complaint filed in the McHenry County courthouse.
Massages, live acoustic music, Mom-mosas and more await mothers who spend part of their Mother’s Day weekend being pampered at the Volo Museum.
Among the 5 things to do in and around McHenry County this weekend are, Spring Fling around the historic Woodstock Square, Pioneering Days in Crystal Lake, Huntley Kite Fest, Rotary Club of Cary-Grove’s inaugural Chili Cook-Off and Mother's Day at the Volo Auto Museum.
Volo Museum will debut on Friday its newest exhibit, “A Tribute to the Tragedy,” featuring period clothing, travel gear and lore.
You never know which princesses or superheroes you might greet when checking out the Volo Museum during Princess and Superhero Day, which this year will be Saturday, March 25.
Dennis Anderson: “It will be a crazy day,” said Chicago St. Patrick's Day Parade Queen Casey Doherty, of McHenry, “and it’s a cool tradition to be part of.”
A McHenry County grand jury indicted these people on the following charges the week of Feb. 5, 2023.
At first blush, the bedraggled ‘77 might look out of place alongside the more pedigreed models on display at the Illinois Camaro booth at the Chicago Auto Show.
Despite uncertainty in the economy and rising interest rates, city officials and developers are confident in housing projects going into the new year
Over the last six years, Scott Uglinica, of Volo, with a 1928 Ford Model Popcorn Wagon in tow, has raised thousands of dollars to help children in need in McHenry and Lake counties.