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Thomas A. Grey

Cameron Lee Vance

Mary Belle Werner

Ann Therese Grandau

Roland C. Reymann Sr.

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Latest News

Grappling Tournament at Woodstock North to Raise Money for Local Man With Cancer

Grapple for Greg will benefit Greg Garnand, a Woodstock High School grad diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma.

Man Pistol-Whipped During Robbery in Woodstock

Police said a pair of robbers held up a Woodstock convenience store and injured an employee before getting away with cash.

Construction Underway on Benton Street Boardwalk

Part of Benton Street will be closed daily through Friday, July 14, as builders install a series of outdoor dining spaces for the city-owned Benton Street Boardwalk.

Annual Barndance Fundraiser Returns

A cancer diagnosis is a serious, sobering situation, but the Gavers Community Cancer Foundation faces off with the deadly disease in the best way they know how – an upbeat evening of goal-oriented fundraising, country-style.

Romero-Palos Was Jailed on Drug Charges

The man who allegedly killed Cesar Rangel was already in jail on drug charges when he was charged with murder.

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Archive » Sports

MC Volleyball Has New Head Coach

Marian Central Catholic High School’s successful volleyball program has a new head coach.

Erwin Retires After Three-Decade Coaching Career

Thirty-three years ago, when he was settling into his first year of teaching, Woodstock High School math teacher Steve Erwin did not expect the mid-year favor asked by Athletic Director Jim Shipley. Girls track and field head coach Dave Lichtenheld was retiring, so Shipley was hoping Erwin could fill the vacancy.

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Archive » City

Council OKs Rules for Outdoor Dining Project

A fourth establishment will be added to the Benton Street Boardwalk after the Woodstock City Council finalized the rules for the controversial outdoor dining project.

Council OKs Purchase for Outdoor Dining Project

Part of Benton Street is set to be reserved for al fresco dining this summer after the Woodstock City Council approved plans for a project that some said shouldn’t receive public funding.

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Archive » Business

Farm-to-Table at Woodstock Restaurant

Owners of a Woodstock restaurant are proud to serve farm-fresh food to their customers — and even prouder to say they are the ones behind the process.

Woodstock Restaurant Wins Ribfest

Woodstock’s BBQ King Smokehouse, 125 E. Calhoun St., defeated 12 competitors and took home the grand prize for best ribs for the second consecutive year at Chicago’s Ribfest.

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Archive » The Square

WCST Leaders Take Final Bow, but Show Will Go On

As has been the case for the past three decades, dozens of children and numerous high-school and adult volunteers have been busy this summer, working to put together the latest production from Woodstock Children’s Summer Theatre.

Folk Fest Serves up Music for Many Tastes

Musicians from all over North America will converge on the Woodstock Square from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, July 16, for the 32nd annual Woodstock Folk Fest.

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Archive » People

Eagle Scout Completes Service at WNHS

Woodstock’s Jake Miceli earned the rank of Eagle Scout partly by contributing at Woodstock North High School.

Friends, Colleagues Remember Artist and Teacher Pearson

The creator of Woodstock’s most memorable marmot has died.

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Archive » Schools

District Sets Dates for School-Closing Meetings

A proposal that includes closing Dean Street Elementary School and creating mono- and dual-language schools will be brought to the public for input in August and September by Woodstock School District 200.

WHS student returns from year in Japan

Woodstock’s Jade Bellairs always has taken an interest in Asian cultures, so when given the opportunity, she jumped at the chance to spend a year in Japan for her junior year.

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Archive » Community

City Wins Grant to Establish Co-Working Space

The city of Woodstock will launch a pilot co-working center in August with the help of a grant.

Folk Fest Serves up Music for Many Tastes

Musicians from all over North America will converge on the Woodstock Square from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, July 16, for the 32nd annual Woodstock Folk Fest.

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