:: /Article-Archives/ ::

Article Archives

City, City Counsil, Other City News, Top Story

Title Issue

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.

June 2017

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.

June 2017
Social Worker Helps WPD in Pilot Program

Social Worker Helps WPD in Pilot Program

Cases handled by Woodstock Police officers that may benefit from social services will receive a follow-up from a social worker.

June 2017

City Rezones Property on Judd Street

A building owner is one step closer to opening a banquet hall on Judd Street after the city of Woodstock rezoned his property, but some neighbors are worried about how the business could impact their neighborhood.

May 2017

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.

May 2017
Police: Man Stole $3,300 Worth of Cigarettes From Store

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.

May 2017

Council Talks Benton St. Dining Plan

Part of Benton Street could be reserved for al fresco dining if the City Council moves forward with a proposal to allow restaurants to set up outdoor tables, but not everyone thinks it’s a good plan.

May 2017

City Kicks off Downtown Planning Efforts

The city of Woodstock wants input from residents when it comes to planning for the future of Woodstock’s greater downtown area.

May 2017

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.

May 2017

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.

May 2017
Edit Module
Advertisement