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Young Audiences to Set Sail for ‘Treasure Island’

Children will experience the joy of theater by becoming part of the performance when the Friends of the Opera House presents “Treasure Island” at 2 p.m. Saturdays, Jan. 21, 28 and Feb. 4, at the Stage Left Café, 121 Van Buren St.

Billy Joel, Elton John Tribute Sells Out

Fans will be flocking to the Woodstock Opera House Friday, Dec. 30, to see a show that – for many – will trigger memories of their adolescent years.

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BOE Approves $58.8 Million Property Tax Levy

The Woodstock School District 200 Board of Education approved a property tax levy of about $58.8 million, a slight decrease from the prior year.

School District Releases Facilities Survey

Wonder Lake Fire Displaces Three

A house fire in Wonder Lake Jan. 6 displaced several residents, claimed the lives of two family pets and caused close to $15,000 in damage.

Blaze Destroys Business Signage

Eastwood Plaza’s multi-business sign went up in flames Jan. 8.

No Charges Against Former Woodstock Cop

Prosecutors will not bring perjury charges against a former Woodstock Police officer who is being sued for allegedly lying to a grand jury and performing an illegal traffic stop.

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MCC Athletics Hall of Fame Inducts Three From Woodstock

The McHenry County College Athletics Department 2017 Hall of Fame induction class of five included players, a former coach and a community volunteer supporter, three of whom are Woodstock residents.

Boys Bowling Qualifies for Sectionals

For the first time in its eight-year history, the Woodstock boys co-op bowling team qualified for sectionals, finishing fourth out of 11 teams at regionals Jan. 14 to progress in the postseason.

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Archive » People

Charity Trip to Wrigley Comes Through Woodstock

Dennis Schulze wants good news on the front page of every newspaper. And if he has to make the news himself, so be it.

Tibetan Artist’s Exhibit at Old Courthouse Extended

The work of a contemporary artist featured in October's Orson Welles Creative Arts Festival has been so well-received his gallery exhibit has been extended.

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Archive » Community Updates

BOE Approves $58.8 Million Property Tax Levy

Crystal Lake, Woodstock Extend Boundary Agreement

Wonder Lake Fire Displaces Three

Two Woodstock Men Charged With Burglary

No Charges Against Former Woodstock Cop

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