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Emerald ash borer takes toll on Woodstock trees

More than 100 ash trees in Woodstock are marked for the chipper

A Chance at a Cure

Breast cancer and bunco bring family and community together

Wounded vet surprised with free home

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

New course Tees Off

A Woodstock man’s rally for disc golf at Raintree Park pays off

Archive » Sports

Blue Streaks repeat last year’s performance, defeat Thunder 4-3

The Woodstock High School girls tennis team defeated crosstown rival Woodstock North High School 4-3 Sept. 23.

Streaks take Thunder in 3 games

The Woodstock High School girls volleyball team defeated crosstown rival Woodstock North High School 2-1 Sept. 23.

Emricson Park hosts 15th annual Byrne Festival

Emricson Park hosted 12 high school cross-country teams in the 15th annual Byrne Festival.

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

School board approves new budget

District 200's expenses and revenues each will increase by between 5 and 6 percent.

Students create peace park as thanks

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