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CARY – While preparing for a possible pension shift from the state to local school districts and bringing back art and music teachers, School District 26 is proposing a balanced budget for the upcoming school year.
McHENRY – The owner of a McHenry microbrewery hopes to recoup some of the costs of installing a handicapped-accessible ramp.
As the concealed-carry bill sits on the governor’s desk awaiting his signature, local communities are preparing for the implications the legislation might have.
LAKE IN THE HILLS – A splash pad expansion at Sunset Park stayed in the village’s parks master plan update.
The first two McHenry County townships have published their assessments, setting the stage for property owners to begin the process of appealing the values that will help determine their 2014 tax bills.
Steve Fuller approached the Crystal Lake City Council six years ago because he thought the community could do more to help the local environment.
CRYSTAL LAKE – Thrifty shoppers soon could have more selections in Crystal Lake if a proposed Goodwill store is approved.
WOODSTOCK – A McHenry County Board committee is split on whether it should recommend merit-based raises for nonunion employees of up to 2.75 percent in next year’s budget.
FOX LAKE – Fox Lake is one step closer to having its Metra train station parking lot expanded.
Downtown to get revitalization effort
JOHNSBURG – A Johnsburg committee will take a look at a gas station and convenience store at its meetings this week.
CRYSTAL LAKE – In a mutual decision, District 47 Superintendent Donn Mendoza resigned Thursday to allow the district and its school board to head in a different direction.
CARY – Because of the parameters presented by School District 26, a proposed study for the vacant Maplewood School property looks less likely to happen.
CARY – Deputy Police Chief Ed Fetzer will take over the department on an interim basis.
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