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Suzanne Koenig, SAK Healthcare founder, CEO: “Hearthstone means so much to this community. We encourage the community to come visit Hearthstone and to continue to support its programs and services that it provides to its residents and to the community.”
In a hopeful development for Woodstock’s Hearthstone Communities, SAK Healthcare – headquartered in Riverwoods, Ill. – took over management of the continuing care retirement community on Feb. 8. Residents were […] Subscribe or Login to continue reading this quality article by The Woodstock Independant …
Where Woodstock will allow smoke shops to do business and solar farms to be built locally is being reconsidered by the City Council. When changes to the city’s uniform development […] Subscribe or Login to continue reading this quality article by The Woodstock Independant …
Knights of Columbus Council 776 members (from left) Frank Falbo, Bob Stroh, Ray Bock, and Tony Lemont show the gold coin that was donated to their Tootsie Roll Drive, which raised money for people with intellectual disabilities. (Courtesy photo)
The Knights of Columbus Council 776 based at St. Mary Catholic Church enjoyed a golden experience last fall. Each year council members collect donations to support people with intellectual disabilitie…
“In January 2024, the unemployment rate was 3.7 percent for the third month in a row. The rate has been within the range of 3.4 percent and 3.8 percent since […] Subscribe or Login t…
Gov. J.B. Pritzker arrives to deliver his State of the State and budget address before the General Assembly at the Illinois State Capitol on Wednesday. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune/pool)
By JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinoisjnowicki@capitolnewsillinois.com  SPRINGFIELD – Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Wednesday proposed growing state spending by about $1.8 billion in the upcoming fiscal year while making a handful of […] Subscribe or Login to continue reading this quality article by The Woodstock Independant …

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Allyah tries the cake in a cup they made as part of Creekside Middle School’s special education cooking skills program. (Courtesy photo)
Special education students at Creekside Middle School perfected their cooking skills with equipment paid for by funds from the District 200 Education Foundation Impact Grant program.  “I have purchase…
Marian Central’s Christian Bentancur makes his 2,000th career point, a slam dunk Feb. 13 when the Hurricanes faced Marengo. Marian won the game 88-62. (Independent photo by Ken Farver)
Boys Basketball Feb. 8 – Marian (6-22) defeated Timothy Christian (9-19) 71-63.  Feb. 10 Marian (6-23) fell to Bishop McNamara (17-8) in a close game 73-71 in the Chicagoland Christian […] …

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