Stories about West Dundee, Illinois
Dereck Kelly, 20, pleaded guilty on Nov. 7 to reckless homicide for the May 8, 2021, collision at Eighth Street and Strom Drive that killed Carl Bley of Hoffman Estates.
West Dundee trustees are considering scrapping a TIF district created in 2016 and creating a new – and larger – one.
Parents and caregivers looking to register children for preschool or daycare can visit Dundee Library’s preschool and daycare fair from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the library, 555 Barrington Ave. in East Dundee.
Despite eight objections filed against McHenry County school board hopefuls, no candidates were kicked off the ballot after a hearing on Friday.
Friends of the Fox River President Gary Swick will present a look at the health of the Fox River Watershed in his annual State of the Fox River program on Sunday.
Martina Smith, the Algonquin-based Community School District 300's assistant superintendent of Title I schools, will step into the district's lead position when Superintendent Susan Harkin retires at the end of the 2023-24 school year.
More than a hundred candidates across 19 school districts have filed to run for school board in the past week across McHenry County, meaning a dozen districts can expect to see competitive races heading into April.
Candidates filing for school board on Monday said they were concerned about a variety of issues, including curriculum inclusion, taxes and helping students come out of the COVID-19 pandemic
Candidates for the Community School District 300 school board should no longer file petitions at the Kane County Clerk’s Office, but instead in McHenry County, the Kane County clerk said this week.
Dickens in Dundee will return this weekend with all the traditional favorites and a new electric parade.
A McHenry County grand jury indicted these people on the following charges the week of Nov. 14, 2022.
A 72-year-old West Dundee man was indicted last week on felony charges alleging he stole more than $100,000 from a Lake in the Hills butcher shop where he worked.
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.
This November McHenry County voters weighed in on four of Illinois’ 18 congressional and one U.S. Senate race.