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Woodstock cop faces drunk driving charge

A Woodstock patrol officer was arrested in Lake County for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol.

WNHS Community Mourns Rick

When Woodstock North High School student Dylan Martinez, 17, got to know Steve Rick, it was through the assistant principal’s work on extracurricular projects.

5 Local Grapplers Wrestle Their Way to State

Five wrestlers will represent Woodstock’s high schools in the IHSA Class 2A state finals at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Thursday to Sunday, Feb. 16 to 18.

Woodstock Willie Sees His Shadow, Predicts 6 More Weeks of Winter

Woodstock Willie predicts a long winter at the 2017 Woodstock Groundhog Day prognostication.

McHenry County Coroner ID’s Man Killed by Metra Train

The McHenry County Coroner’s Office identified a man who was struck by a Metra train Jan. 15 as Walter E. Banker.

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Archive » Sports

Co-op Swim Team Ends Season at Sectionals

The Woodstock High School/Woodstock North High School co-op boy’s swim team finished their 2016-17 season at the IHSA sectional meet Feb. 18 at Barrington High School, Barrington.

Marian’s Randazzo Takes 2nd

Marian Central Catholic High School wrestler Anthony Randazzo fell just short of a state title Feb. 18, taking second place at the IHSA state wrestling tournament at State Farm Center, Champaign.

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Archive » City

Local Business Pledges $10,000 for Mural

A local business has pledged big money to help bring a mural to downtown Woodstock.

City Renews Agreement With Writing Workshop

The city of Woodstock will continue its partnership with a local writing workshop after the City Council unanimously approved an extension to its agreement with EMH Consulting Group Feb. 7.

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Archive » Business

Rendezvous Bistro Under New Ownership

Rendezvous Bistro has new owners, a new look and a new menu.

Windy City Motorcycle Buys Woodstock H-D

Woodstock Harley-Davidson has a new owner.

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Archive » The Square

Original Works Take the Stage

Artists – like anyone with a project in the works – sometimes need a deadline to finish a song or poem, or polish it to be performance-ready. The new Songwriter Open Mic night at Stage Left Café gives those artists a deadline and offers a supportive audience to enjoy their creations.

Local Business Pledges $10,000 for Mural

A local business has pledged big money to help bring a mural to downtown Woodstock.

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Archive » People

Woodstock Natives Hit the Road Again

Woodstock natives Aaron and Nathan Cooper – known to their web audience as the EnduroBros – are preparing to embark on the third leg of their attempt to ride Enduro motorcycles to Ushuaia, Argentina, near the tip of South America.

Former AD Van Fleet to be Honored by D200 Education Foundation

During her time as a member of both the Woodstock School District 200 Board of Education and the District 200 Education Foundation, Sue Palmore exemplified service to her community. Following her death in 2012, the District 200 Education Foundation board wanted to find a way to honor Sue’s legacy of serving the children and families of District 200, and so renamed the Foundation’s Award of Excellence the “Sue Palmore Award of Excellence.”

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Archive » Schools

Board of Education Approves ’18-’19 Calendar

Students in Woodstock School District 200 will have an extra day off for Thanksgiving when the 2018-19 school year rolls around.

Teacher’s 1,500 Cartoons Bring Daily Laughter

When Brad Fennessy arrives each day at Woodstock North High School, the English teacher heads to the copy room.

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Archive » Community

Original Works Take the Stage

Artists – like anyone with a project in the works – sometimes need a deadline to finish a song or poem, or polish it to be performance-ready. The new Songwriter Open Mic night at Stage Left Café gives those artists a deadline and offers a supportive audience to enjoy their creations.

TLC Seeks Volunteers for Challenge Grant

The Land Conservancy of McHenry County is looking for willing hands to help them reach a goal of 400 volunteer hours before Nov. 30 in order to qualify for a grant to assist with the restoration of a 26-acre addition to its prized Yonder Prairie site in Woodstock.

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