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Art for recovery

Local artisan, Ken West, and two area youth are creating glass art pieces and selling them to raise funds to support a local substance abuse center. They are also running a pledge drive and organizing a celebration event to benefit the center.

A turn for the better?

A turn for the better?

IDOT held a public meeting to discuss proposed improvements to the Route 47 corridor through Woodstock, which included the possibility of adding roundabouts.

BBQ restaurant to be featured on Food Network

BBQ restaurant to be featured on Food Network

BBQ King will be featured on Food Network's coverage of the Chicago Ribfest, premiering July 21.

City to host inaugural Summer in the Park

City to host inaugural Summer in the Park

A summertime festival at Emricson Park, hosted by the city of Woodstock from July 18 to 20, will feature bands, food and games.

New restaurant coming to Eastwood Drive aims for ‘handmade, homemade’ food

Texas-born brothers are opening Munch

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Once local, folk fest now attracts int'l artists

Woodstock Folk Fest brings a full day of diverse entertainment.

Farmers market features homegrown talent

Woodstock mother and son duet Jud and Judy Brown are regular performers at Farmers Market.

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Barndance returns for 15th year

The popular cancer research and awareness fundraiser returns to Emricson Park.

A turn for the better?

IDOT held a public meeting to discuss proposed improvements to the Route 47 corridor through Woodstock, which included the possibility of adding roundabouts.

Students from Spain visit Woodstock

Twenty students from Spain will be in Woodstock until July 30

Bumpy road riles some residents

Residents raise concerns about the safety and age of Country Club Road

BBQ restaurant to be featured on Food Network

BBQ King will be featured on Food Network's coverage of the Chicago Ribfest, premiering July 21.

Archive » Sports

Dolphins changing it up

After more than 50 years, changes in the Woodstock Dolphins over the past year have had a positive effect.

WLL All-Stars fall just short at district championship

The Woodstock Little League 50/70 Intermediate all-star team lost in 12 innings to South Elgin July 2 in the District 13 championship game.

Sobczak has wheels for racing

Woodstock native Kyle Sobczak made a career out of working in a pit crew in the Inde car racing series.

Archive » People

Farmers market features homegrown talent

Woodstock mother and son duet Jud and Judy Brown are regular performers at Farmers Market.

Rocketry group hosts launches on Davis Road

The Fox Valley Rocketeers set their sights on the skies above Woodstock.

Archive » Schools

Woodstock library specialist to attend Library of Congress institute

Melinda Parrent, a Woodstock School District 200 library media specialist, will participate in the Primary Sources Summer Teacher Institute in Washington, D.C.

District 200 recognizes Special Olympians

Woodstock's public schools field their largest-ever group of Special Olympics state competition qualifiers.

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