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Woodstock Police: Gunshots on Judd Street Were 'Gang-Related'

Woodstock Police: Gunshots on Judd Street Were 'Gang-Related'

A house on Judd Street was hit by late-night gunfire Jan. 24, Woodstock police say.

Woodstock schools closed Jan. 7

Woodstock schools closed Jan. 7

‘Nutcracker’ dances back into the hearts of Opera House audiences

‘Nutcracker’ dances back into the hearts of Opera House audiences

A Woodstock holiday tradition, 'The Nutcracker' ballet performed by the Judith Svalander Dance Theatre, takes the stage at the Opera House.

Infrastructure damage ups Courthouse bills

City Council approved the 12th change order for Courthouse work.

McHenry Bingo makes its home at VFW

McHenry Bingo makes its home at VFW

After she lost her son to pediatric cancer, Marianne Ricciardi started a bingo game to raise funds to help other young victims and their families. McHenry Bingo recently moved to the Woodstock VFW where it runs ever Friday at 7 p.m.

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Local band, dancers team up for show

Switchback returns to the Woodstock Opera House for a Groundhog Days performance, joined by the dancers from Woodstock Dance Studio and the Woodstock High School Dance Team.

‘Nutcracker’ dances back into the hearts of Opera House audiences

A Woodstock holiday tradition, 'The Nutcracker' ballet performed by the Judith Svalander Dance Theatre, takes the stage at the Opera House.

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Woodstock Police: Gunshots on Judd Street Were 'Gang-Related'

A house on Judd Street was hit by late-night gunfire Jan. 24, Woodstock police say.

Woodstock native wins Navy award

Lt. Cmdr. Michael Keppen was named Human Resources Community Junior Officer of the Year.

Creature comforters

Animal Hospital of Woodstock marks its 25th anniversary.

Local Librarians turn grocery store promo in charity drive

Local librarians collected more than 7,500 stamps to be used toward donations.

Creedence, James Taylor tributes headline series

Two shows will take the stage for the sixth annual Opera House Tribute Series.

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Archive » Sports

WHS sweeps WNHS on court

The Woodstock High School girls basketball team defeated crosstown rival Woodstock North 42-27 Jan. 21 at WHS to sweep all three games in the regular season between the two teams. The Blue Streaks previously defeated the Thunder 58-25 Dec. 2 and 51-43 Dec. 22.

Woodstock finishes 5th at Landa Invite

The Woodstock co-op boys swimming team, made up of swimmers from Woodstock and Woodstock North high schools, finished fifth out of eight teams Jan. 24 at the Mary Landa Invite.

Marian’s Pischke feeling grand

Marian Central Catholic High School junior Adam Pischke scored his 1,000th point on Jan. 19.

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Archive » People

Artwork in Woodstock goes to the dogs

Helping Paws Animal Shelter fundraiser seeks artwork in a variety of mediums for donation and drawing.

Rice will be missed at Wonder Foods

92-year-old Rita Rice retires from Wonder Foods after 33 years.

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Archive » Schools

District preps for a digital curriculum

A fiber optic network means more bandwidth — something that’s becoming more and more essential as class work goes digital.

D-200 proposes tax hike, OKs debt refinancing

A Nov. 11 board meeting proposed both a property tax hike and a debt refinancing plan.

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