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Council Postpones Vote on Downtown Parking Times

The Woodstock City Council postponed its vote on relaxing parking restrictions on Calhoun and Jefferson streets in downtown Woodstock in order to get more feedback on the proposal.

Four enter race for Woodstock mayor

Six people will vie for three seats on the Woodstock City Council, but one incumbent will not seek another term.

Woodstock Mulling Downtown Mural

A proposal for a downtown mural highlighting Woodstock’s entertainment bona fides received a warm reception from city officials.

Car Fire Destroys Vehicle on Woodstock Square

No one was injured in a car fire that destroyed a vehicle on the Woodstock Square.

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Archive » Sports

Girls Hoops Teams Begin New Season

Girls basketball is underway for local high schools.

Wrestling Season Starts for Area High Schools

Wrestling is underway for area high schools, who all hit the mats last week to kick off the season.

Woodstock Teams Play in Hoops for Healing

The annual Woodstock Hoops for Healing basketball tournament took place Nov. 21 to 23.

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Archive » The Square

Parade Participants Spread Holiday Joy

Smiles and Santa hats abounded as a ribbon of holiday enthusiasts made its way from Woodstock High School to the Square Nov. 27 in the annual Woodstock Christmas Parade.

Lighting of the Square Rings in Holiday Season

Greg and Amy Frame of Winona, Minn., were shocked to be in the company of so many people on the Woodstock Square the day after Thanksgiving.

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Archive » People

Woodstock Illustrator & Historian Publishes New Book

Woodstock resident Tom Willcockson grew up loving history and cartography and was sketching maps by the time he was in high school.

Navy Life Influences Thunder Hoops Coach

A local coach credits his years in the military with teaching him the keys to leading a team.

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Archive » Schools

Woodstock North to Host Holiday Tea Fundraiser

Woodstock North High School will host its fourth annual Royal Holiday Tea Party Gathering fundraiser Dec. 3.

School District to seek $48.9 Million Tax Levy

Woodstock School District 200 officials are seeking a 2016 property tax levy of $48,937,093, a decrease of about 1 percent from the 2015 levy of $49,317,591.