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Thomas A. Grey

Cameron Lee Vance

Mary Belle Werner

Ann Therese Grandau

Roland C. Reymann Sr.

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BV Mansion Seized Following Drug Raid

A Bull Valley mansion was seized by authorities after a drug raid landed the homeowner in jail.

WHS Says Goodbye to Class of 2017

Above all of the emotions in Woodstock High School’s Shipley Gymnasium during graduation ceremonies May 21, Richard Blasinski said the feeling of thankfulness reigned for him.

Police: Man Stole $3,300 Worth of Cigarettes From Store

A man who police said stole vast quantities of cigarettes from a local grocery store on three separate occasions has been charged with felony theft.

Woodstock North Seniors Bid Farewell on Graduation Day

Just before Woodstock North High School’s class of 2017 walked across the stage to accept their diplomas, Edwin Mercado marvelled that his stepdaughter was already graduating.

Prosecutors Drop DUI Charge Against Former WPD Cop

A former Woodstock Police officer arrested on a drunk-driving charge will not be prosecuted for driving under the influence of alcohol after the village of Round Lake Beach dropped the case.

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Archive » Sports

Last Home Game a Special One for Marian Seniors

For the seniors on Marian Central Catholic High School’s varsity softball team, the final inning of the team’s 11-3 May 17 victory over Benet brought them back to the spring of 2014.

Three Medal at State Track Finals

All three entered Charleston with the goal of earning all-state status and all three left with medals May 20.

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Archive » City

Police: Man Stole $3,300 Worth of Cigarettes From Store

A man who police said stole vast quantities of cigarettes from a local grocery store on three separate occasions has been charged with felony theft.

Debs to Be Recognized With Marker at Sheriff’s House

Eugene V. Debs’ connection to Woodstock’s Sheriff’s House will be recognized by the Illinois State Historical Society despite concerns the influential labor leader’s politics could scare away donors.

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Archive » Business

Council OKs Gambling at Square Restaurant

A restaurant on the Woodstock Square will offer video gambling after a divided City Council voted to allow it.

WHS Students to Present — ‘Shark Tank’ Style

Students from Woodstock High School’s business incubator program will present their proposals to the public Thursday, May 18.

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Archive » The Square

‘Cinderella’ to Bring Magic to Opera House Stage

A local dance theater’s production of a fairytale ballet is designed to appeal to audiences of all ages.

Memorial Day Displays Return for Longer Run

Memorial Day commemorations will last a little longer in Woodstock this year after organizers decided to extend a well-received series of displays for several weeks.

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Archive » People

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.

Jazz on the Square Marks 10 Years of Music in Woodstock

Prior to 2007, jazz had an occasional presence in Woodstock, but 10 years ago several enthusiasts insured that jazz would have a strong local presence by forming Jazz on the Square, an organization dedicated to promoting jazz performance and education in Northern Illinois.

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Archive » Schools

WHS Says Goodbye to Class of 2017

Above all of the emotions in Woodstock High School’s Shipley Gymnasium during graduation ceremonies May 21, Richard Blasinski said the feeling of thankfulness reigned for him.

Students Present Business Ideas

An electric scooter rental service was named the top business proposal at the inaugural incubator pitch night at Woodstock High School May 18.

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Archive » Community

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.

‘Cinderella’ to Bring Magic to Opera House Stage

A local dance theater’s production of a fairytale ballet is designed to appeal to audiences of all ages.

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