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City looks to protect renters, not tax them

By Michael A. Turner Recently, signs stating “No Tenant Tax” have appeared in the city of Woodstock. The apparent reason for their appearance is due to a few landlords attempting […]

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‘This is a big deal! ‘Today’ show will profile Woodstock Friday morning about the ‘Hometown Techover’ news

Winning the nationwide T-Mobile ‘Hometown Techover’ contest? $3 million Media exposure for Woodstock’s winning? Priceless Woodstock will be featured on NBC’s Today Show on Friday morning, the day after T-Mobile […]

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‘Hard to sleep with thump, thump, thump’

Residents of Southview Drive on Woodstock’s south side have a noise problem. “It is thump, thump, thump,” Mary Richards said in describing the sound. “It’s really hard to sleep when […]

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Council OK with solar, chocolate business plans

Looking for new and different ways to promote Woodstock, Deputy Mayor Mike Turner made a couple of requests of people appearing before the City Council for approval of their projects […]

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City marketing effort lauded; questions linger

City officials are happy with the Promote Woodstock marketing effort as its local government-funded budget approaches a quarter of a million dollars a year. But it faces two big challenges: […]

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Woodstock Square Event & Banquet

‘Short-term’ parking plan approved

Activities with big crowds will continue in March at Woodstock Square Event and Banquet center, 333 E. Judd St., thanks to a temporary parking-and-restrooms fix approved by the City Council. […]

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Council Talks Tax Reimbursement for Local Biz

A lumber supplier could receive a tax reimbursement from the city of Woodstock once a sales tax hike goes into effect. At a City Council meeting Dec. 5, officials discussed […]

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City OKs Co-Working Study

A university will look into how the city-owned Old Courthouse could be used as a co-working space. The Woodstock City Council approved a contract for the first phase of a […]

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