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The Pumpkin King

Woodstock's John Scharres gives pumpkin carving tips and tricks

City slickers-turned-farm boys kick off Creative Living Series

The Fabulous Beekman Boys to visit Woodstock

D-200 music faculty concert to benefit LAM

D-200 music teachers show they can do what they teach

Scholarship honors former WHS musician

Zoia wins first Tommy Lane scholarship, named in honor of 1957 graduate

Archive » Sports

Third time’s a charm

Woodstock High School tennis standout Ana Fedmasu won the singles title Oct. 17 and 18 at the IHSA Huntley sectional tournament.

Streaks take season series from Thunder

The Woodstock High School girls volleyball team swept the season series from crosstown rival Woodstock North High School with a 25-9, 25-19 win Oct. 16 at WNHS.

Thunder shut out Blue Streaks

The Woodstock North High School boys varsity soccer team defeated crosstown rival Woodstock High School 2-1 behind goals from Alejandro Miranda and Josh Jandron.

Archive » The Square

New beer festival on tap

The inaugural Woodstock Ale Fest will feature beers from more than 40 craft breweries.

City will apply for study into Courthouse future

The McHenry County Community Foundation will pay for a report from the Urban Land Institute.

Archive » People

Wounded vet surprised with free home

A house in the Sweetwater subdivision will be given to a Mundelein man and his family.

Students create peace park as thanks

Seven Woodstock North students help to create a new park along Lake Avenue.


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Archive » Schools

Schools providing for kids with 'heavy burdens'

District 200 offers preventive services to students.

New Marian principal committed to relationships

Barbara Villont, Marian Central's new principal, had previously worked at the school as director of curriculum and technology.