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McHenry County Board members decided to give the public more time to weigh in the proposed speed reduction.
Raises are being sought for prosecutors and public defenders in McHenry County to make them more competitive. But the discussion led to accusations of politicking.
McHenry County Board Mike Buehler highlighted upcoming work like the widening of Route 47 and the opening of the Longmeadow Bridge.
McHenry County board member Mike Shorten, county board chair Mike Buehler and State Rep. Steve Reick hosted a town hall Saturday in Crystal Lake
The list of candidates for next year’s elections began to take shape this week. On the ballot next year are countywide offices, two county-level judicial vacancies and seats on the McHenry County Board and in the Illinois House and Congress.
Those filling up in McHenry County will see more expensive gas starting Jan. 1.
The trail would be built between McHenry County and Kenosha County, Wisconsin. Once done, it would link trails in Illinois to ones in Wisconsin.
McHenry County is looking to take over a few pieces of property for an improvement project along Randall Road, and could be helped by a new bill passed by the state.
While Kane County hopes its neighbors will help foot the bill for its Longmeadow Parkway project and keep it from becoming a tollway, some officials in McHenry County are hesitant about what’s being asked.
With an eye on tourism and boosting the economy, economic officials and political figures across the spectrum in McHenry County called the news of Chicago hosting the Democratic National Convention in 2024 a win.
McHenry County Board Chair Mike Buehler on Thursday called the indictment against former President Donald Trump “politically motivated,” while the county’s Democratic Party Chair Kristina Zahorik said it’s “justice being served.”
Whether it’s concerns about topics such as crime, economic development or public transit, or even the future home of the Chicago Bears, residents across northern Illinois are keeping an eye on this race.
Whether it’s concerns about topics such as crime, economic development or public transit, residents and officials across northern Illinois are keeping an eye on how Chicago’s next mayor might impact the greater region,
Work to expand broadband to northeastern McHenry Count could begin this year, McHenry County Board Chair Mike Buehler announced in the annual State of the County address Thursday.
McHenry County’s new chief financial officer is a familiar face, Assistant Director of Finance Kerri Wisz, who first joined the county’s finance department in 2015 as a senior financial analyst.