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Thomas A. Grey

Cameron Lee Vance

Mary Belle Werner

Ann Therese Grandau

Roland C. Reymann Sr.

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Cops Examining Video Evidence Related to Fatal Shooting

The investigation into a shooting death near the Woodstock Square June 16 continues, police say.

Woodstock Boy, 11, Charged With Sexual Assault

An 11-year-old boy from Woodstock was arrested June 7 on multiple sexual assault charges.

Wonder Lake Men Facing Murder Charges

Two Wonder Lake men are among a group of four people charged in connection with a murder and home invasion that took place last month in unincorporated McHenry.

Person Shot Dead in Woodstock Parking Lot

Police are investigating the death of a male found shot in a Woodstock parking lot.

House Blast in Marengo Rocks Surrounding Area

A house explosion in Marengo June 11 that left more than 50 homes damaged or destroyed and sent several residents to the hospital was felt in Woodstock and throughout the region.

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Archive » Sports

D-200 Hires New WHS Athletic Director

A new athletic director will join the staff at Woodstock High School after the Woodstock School District 200 Board of Education approved the hire June 13.

Marian Central Hires New Boys Soccer Coach

Marian Central Catholic High School has announced that assistant boys soccer coach Arthur Dixon will take over for outgoing head coach Jim Colvin this fall.

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Archive » City

Council OKs Purchase for Outdoor Dining Project

Part of Benton Street is set to be reserved for al fresco dining this summer after the Woodstock City Council approved plans for a project that some said shouldn’t receive public funding.

City Council Distributes Hotel/Motel Tax Revenues

Fifteen nonprofit organizations and a city institution received a combined total of $89,250 in taxes collected from hotels and motels in Woodstock.

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Archive » Business

Woodstock Heating Marks Centennial

One of Woodstock’s oldest businesses turned 100 this year.

New Director Joins Wonder Lake Chamber

The Wonder Lake Chamber of Commerce recently hired a new executive director who hopes to build on the success of small businesses in the community.

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Archive » The Square

Simon comedy ‘Rumors’ hits Opera House stage

With one more weekend left for TownSquare Players’ production of Neil Simon’s farcical hit “Rumors”, director Roger Zawacki said his cast, staff and set add to the comedic nature of the play making this Woodstock Opera House production a roaring success.

Woodstock Sculptor’s Work to Be Displayed at Courthouse

Throughout the month of June, the work of nearly 20 artists will be on display at the Old Courthouse Art Center. The center’s Summer Solstice Art Exhibition includes work in several mediums including stained glass, quilts, paper landscapes, a wide variety of sculptures, paintings and more.

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Archive » People

Friends, Colleagues Remember Artist and Teacher Pearson

The creator of Woodstock’s most memorable marmot has died.

Little Angels Pledge Run Raises Funds for Charity

One of the largest and longest-running single-day motorcycle events in the Midwest came to Woodstock May 21.

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Archive » Schools

D-200 Hires New WHS Athletic Director

A new athletic director will join the staff at Woodstock High School after the Woodstock School District 200 Board of Education approved the hire June 13.

Longtime Challenger Commander Retires

Sherry Mesick was the longest-tenured “commander” at the Challenger Learning Center for Science & Technology, but now that she’s reached 80, the former teacher has decided to hang up her flight suit and retire.

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Archive » Community

Simon comedy ‘Rumors’ hits Opera House stage

With one more weekend left for TownSquare Players’ production of Neil Simon’s farcical hit “Rumors”, director Roger Zawacki said his cast, staff and set add to the comedic nature of the play making this Woodstock Opera House production a roaring success.

Vets Reunite in Woodstock After 47 Years

Two veterans who met while serving in Vietnam reconnected — 47 years later — in Woodstock June 13.

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