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Former mayor writes book about Children’s Home

Anderson grew up in home for orphans and needy kids

A 'Hell' of a chef

Woodstock's Scott Commings wins season 12 of "Hell's Kitchen."

City hosts first-ever Summer in the Park

Woodstock city staff are 'very pleased' with the event's turnout

Art for recovery

Local artisan, Ken West, and two area youth are creating glass art pieces and selling them to raise funds to support a local substance abuse center. They are also running a pledge drive and organizing a celebration event to benefit the center.

Archive » Sports

Thunder football finishes summer grind, preps for preseason

The Woodstock North High School football team worked hard throughout the summer to prepare for the season.

Woodstock family has a need for speed

The Packard family has participated in the the All-American Soap Box Derby in Akron, Ohio since the early 1970s.

Dolphins changing it up

After more than 50 years, changes in the Woodstock Dolphins over the past year have had a positive effect.

Archive » The Square

City mulls keeping courthouse

Michael Turner says Woodstock should consider moving City Hall to the Square landmark.

Once local, folk fest now attracts int'l artists

Woodstock Folk Fest brings a full day of diverse entertainment.

Archive » People

A 'Hell' of a chef

Woodstock's Scott Commings wins season 12 of "Hell's Kitchen."

Farmers market features homegrown talent

Woodstock mother and son duet Jud and Judy Brown are regular performers at Farmers Market.

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Archive » Schools

Former D-200 teacher found not guilty

Jeffrey Steurer is acquitted of battery charges following a bench trial.

Woodstock library specialist to attend Library of Congress institute

Melinda Parrent, a Woodstock School District 200 library media specialist, will participate in the Primary Sources Summer Teacher Institute in Washington, D.C.