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Woodstock man pleads guilty to child porn

Between Feb. 22 and 25, Vilchis-Caralampio, 42, of the 600 block of East Calhoun Street, Woodstock, unlawfully videotaped an underage female resident of his home while she had prepared to shower.

NORTHWEST HERALD - 2018-11-14 00:00:00

Now arriving, model business - The Woodstock Independent

In years since, that part of the holidays has largely gone belly-up – thanks to online retailing and a general appetite for software over “hardware.” Even the once invincible Toys R Us has had its last Christmas as a permanent store, while smaller locations like Woodstock Hobbies left the scene far


Lowe’s closings impact Lake County; McHenry County spared - Chronicle Media

In a revenue-adjustment move, Mooresville, N.C.-based Lowe’s companies Inc. announced the impending closure of 47 retail stores throughout the United States and Canada for “underperforming” in the specific market area.

CHRONICLEILLINOIS.COM - 2018-11-14 14:00:34

Huntley animal shelter asks for help fostering puppies

Animal House Shelter staff said the dogs are strays found in Arkansas and Tennessee. They were expected to get to the shelter, located at 13005 Ernesti Road, around 6 p.m.

ABC7 CHICAGO - 2018-11-14 19:10:57

Man Admits To Providing Heroin To Man Who Overdosed: Prosecutors

MCHENRY COUNTY, IL – A 35-year-old Wonder Lake man faces prison time after admitting to providing heroin to a man who died of an overdose, prosecutors said. Shawn Brand has entered a guilty plea in a McHenry County courtroom to a delivery of a controlled substance charge in connection with Jeremy Ca

PATCH - 2018-11-13 15:58:03

Raging Buffalo Will Not Open This Winter

ALGONQUIN, IL – Raging Buffalo Snowboard and Ski Park in Algonquin will be closed for the 2018-19 winter season, park officials recently announced. The local park has been undergoing an expansion project, which includes an expanded hill and a brand new lodge, but Mother Nature has not been cooperati

PATCH - 2018-11-14 18:30:20

The Woodstock Independent's Pet of the Week, "Theo" - The Woodstock Independent

The first thing to catch your eye about Theo will probably be his silky black coat, but the quality that’s going to completely charm you is his inquisitive, up-for-anything expression. This two-year-old field spaniel mix would be equally comfortable hiking through the woods or chasing a tennis ball;


CITY OF CRYSTAL LAKE: Crystal Lake to Reduce Property Tax Rate by 5.11%

The amount of money estimated to be raised by the proposed 2018 tax levy is $17,071,035. The proposed tax levy will ensure that the tax levy attributable to the City remains one of the lowest tax rates in the area.

DUPAGEPOLICYJOURNAL.COM - 2018-11-14 00:00:00

Grassroots support grows to assist addicts - The Woodstock Independent

The guiding principle of each is that, as McHenry County State’s Attorney Patrick Kenneally points out, the opposite of addiction is not sobriety.


HUNTLEY COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT 158: Huntley High’s Mr. Krivosik Named WGN Teacher of the Month

Huntley Community School District 158 issued the following announcement on Nov. 12.Huntley High School band teacher Kevin Krivosik was named Teacher of the Month by WGN-TV. Reporter Muriel Clair and award sponsor Kenneth J. Allen stopped by Mr. Krivosik’s class today to present him with the honor, a

MCHENRYTIMES.COM - 2018-11-14 00:00:00

Election 2018: Missing Votes Matter - The Woodstock Independent

But a problem in the vote counting – more than 33,000 early voting ballots had not been not included – wasn’t discovered until two days later, which gave Underwood a victory in McHenry County and put Democrat Carlos Acosta in a District 5 seat on the County Board.


The Grand Canyon: Rim to rim in a day - The Woodstock Independent

What happens when adventurous, fitness-minded, Midwesterners want a new challenge? They look in a new ZIP code.


Delays threaten solar farm plan? - The Woodstock Independent

Although the commission had not been scheduled to meet again until Dec. 3, developer SolAmerica is facing a mid-January deadline to apply for state tax incentives for its plan to build a solar farm on Ridge Road, south of Valley Hill Road, in Bull Valley.


Faith, geese, God's timing mark milestones - The Woodstock Independent

“When you need something,” Diana DeLeon said, “God has a way of leading you. I really believe that.”


Truck driver injured after crash under Woodstock bridge

The crash occurred when the box truck, which advertised Advantage Plumbing, Heating and Air-conditioning, attempted to drive under the railroad bridge.


Leggee Elementary School, Huntley, Illinois - November 2018

Leggee Elementary School is a K-5 school in District 158, and is located at 13723 Harmony Road in Huntley, Illinois. There are currently 46 homes for sale ranging from $47,000 to $572,500.

PATCH - 2018-11-13 18:07:04

Teen Girl Catches On Fire At McHenry Party: Report

MCHENRY, IL — A teen girl is in critical condition after being severely burned at a McHenry party Saturday night, according to reports. Police and fire units responded to the scene in the 4800 block of Shore Drive around 10:40 p.m. Saturday, a report from the Northwest Herald says.


Recently Sold Homes In Algonquin, LITH And Beyond

MCHENRY COUNTY, IL - Do you ever find yourself wondering what the purchase price was for a really nice house that just changed owners on your street or in your town? Or have you ever seen a "SOLD" sign go up in front of a property that made you think, "Someone actually bought THAT?"

PATCH - 2018-11-13 19:05:23

Law Firm Investigates Cary Village Board Infighting

CARY, IL – A law firm hired to investigate claims that a Cary Village Board trustee harassed another trustee, telling her during a hostile exchange at a December meeting that "you make me sick" and "it actually disgusts me that I even have to sit by you," according to the Northwest Herald, which obt

PATCH - 2018-11-13 17:28:37

Really big 15-point non-typical buck: From trail camera to Buck of the Week

“It was at 35 yards and he was walking, too, kind of scary,” Bradley said. “I grunted at him and he won’t stop. I only had one shot at him.”

CHICAGO SUN-TIMES - 2018-11-13 05:43:34