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You want to dig wells where?

As progress on restoration of the Old Courthouse and Sheriff’s House moves toward new civic and commercial uses, public support might falter if contractors start digging up the northwest corner […]

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Tax levy freeze to be put to test

“How long can we continue to do this?” Mayor Brian Sager asked rhetorically during a budget workshop of the Woodstock City Council. He was talking about the council’s decade-long practice […]

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Business loans taken for grants

Converting 56 loans to grants for small businesses in Woodstock will cost the city $280,000. That was the decision of the City Council last week, ending more than a month […]

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City weighs options on business loans

Some Woodstock businesses have been “horribly affected” by COVID-19, City Councilman Jim Prindiville said. Some are getting “absolutely crushed,” Deputy Mayor Mike Turner agreed. That financial hardship suffered by local […]

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Few 2021 races, but reasons to vote

Although the main attractions on the consolidated election playbill April 6 will hold no drama, you will find competing characters elsewhere on the 2021 ballot. Woodstock has just one candidate […]

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Courthouse project gets green light

Two months after pumping the brakes on Woodstock’s aggressive program to upgrade streets, the City Council has put remodeling of the Old Courthouse and Sheriff’s House on the fast track. […]

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