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Ralph L. Foss

Geraldine ‘Geri’ R. Kyle

Bette J. Brown

Roger R. Smessaert

Michael Adler

John William Hoeflich

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Latest News

Fire Destroys Woodstock Apartment Building, 50 Displaced

A large fire displaced around 50 people and caused an estimated $2.3 million in damage, according to a press release issued by Woodstock Fire/Rescue District.

Roundabout Coming to Raffel and Charles

Construction is slated to begin soon on a roundabout at Raffel and Charles roads, the first of its kind in the Woodstock area.

Woodstock Increases Fees for Gambling Machine Operators

Businesses with gambling machines will pay a lot more to the city of Woodstock for their licenses and permits.

How Does the School Board Election Work?

Voters in Woodstock School District 200 might find the ballot for the April 4 election to be something of a puzzle.

School board candidates square off at forum

Consolidation and finances were big issues at a forum for Woodstock School District 200 Board of Education candidates held March 8 at Woodstock High School.

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Archive » Sports

Thunder Softball Season Opener Snowed Out

Softball teams from the Kishwaukee River Conference were scheduled to play in a tournament at Lippold Park March 15 to 17, but Old Man Winter foiled the plan by snowing out the tourney, which would have been the Thunder’s season-opener.

Spring Weather Another Foe for High School Sports

Spring sports season has begun, but Mother Nature has yet to put her stamp of approval on it.

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Archive » City

Woodstock Increases Fees for Gambling Machine Operators

Businesses with gambling machines will pay a lot more to the city of Woodstock for their licenses and permits.

Woodstock PD’s K9 to Receive Protective Gear

Thanks to a nonprofit organization and local fundraising efforts, the Woodstock Police Department’s working canine will receive an extra line of protection.

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Archive » Business

Mia Passione Now Open on Main St.

Woodstock’s newest addition to the downtown area, Mia Passione, 228 Main St., serves up what owner Michael Palmieri calls “Italian-American comfort food".

Benton Street Businesses to Host Block Parties

Some bars and restaurants along Benton Street will host a series of outdoor parties beginning this month.

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Archive » The Square

Mia Passione Now Open on Main St.

Woodstock’s newest addition to the downtown area, Mia Passione, 228 Main St., serves up what owner Michael Palmieri calls “Italian-American comfort food".

Music4Martin Spreads A Message of Peace, Hope

After 15 years, Music4Martin is continuing to accomplish the dreams organizer Ken West had from its inception: first, to honor Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream; second, to support youth; and third, to advance music.

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Archive » People

Food Pantry to Host ‘Celebrity’ Fundraiser

The resident celebrity of the Wonder Lake Neighbors Food Pantry is celebrating a big birthday in a familiar fashion — with a food and funding drive to benefit the pantry.

Chamber Presents Gavers With Top Award

When Steve Gavers heard his named called as the recipient of the Harold Buschkopf Community Service Award March 2, he was stunned.

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Archive » Schools

St. Mary Student Art on Display at Library

Artwork from students of St. Mary Catholic School is on display at the Woodstock Public Library through April 8.

WHS Sophomore Chosen for Internship

A Woodstock High student was selected as an intern for a company that pushes to grow Woodstock through tourism and economic development.

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Archive » Community

Woodstock Heats Up With Summer of Love Concert

Although only a few days into spring, the Woodstock Folk Festival will skip a season and celebrate the Summer of Love at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 26, at Unity Spiritual Center, 225 W. Calhoun St.

Food Pantry to Host ‘Celebrity’ Fundraiser

The resident celebrity of the Wonder Lake Neighbors Food Pantry is celebrating a big birthday in a familiar fashion — with a food and funding drive to benefit the pantry.

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