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Woodstock business owners say they're worried about 47 construction

At a public meeting with IDOT, some local business owners say they'll lose out during Route 47 construction.


TurnKey Digital gaining recognition for aerial drone videos

City’s road salt bill hits $140 per ton

Salt costs the city more than $500,000 this season

The Pumpkin King

Woodstock's John Scharres gives pumpkin carving tips and tricks

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Archive » Sports

Area harriers advance to sectional competition

Six runners and three local high school teams qualified for sectional meets in the IHSA regional cross-country action Oct. 25.

Hurricanes earn playoff berth

The Marian Central Catholic High School varsity football team defeated St. Patrick Oct. 24 and has qualified for the IHSA Class 5A playoffs.

Fedmasu falls at state, happy with ‘best year’

Woodstock High School senior Anna Fedmasu made it to the second day of the IHSA state tennis tournament and finished 3-2.

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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.

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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.