HOFFMAN ESTATES – Whether her classmates were planning to study economics at Stanford or business at DePaul, Rachael Ohlrich said everyone had at least one thing in common. Time.
CRYSTAL LAKE – “Are you ready? Are you ready?” a beaming Sherri Manninen asked a group of red-gowned grads as they stood in the church vestibule before their Saturday morning ceremony.
They entered as students and exited as graduates.
WOODSTOCK – A throng of parents and friends of newly minted Woodstock North High School graduates moved slowly through a tightly packed hallway Saturday night.
ALGONQUIN – In 2009, Dick Rehwaldt was diagnosed with bad news that was a double whammy. He had colon and esophageal cancer.
ELGIN – The Illinois General Assembly has passed a measure that will let Elgin Community College expand by purchasing land from the city of Elgin, according to a news release from State Rep. Keith Farnham, D-Elgin.
McHENRY – More than two months after a fire destroyed a McHenry home and took the life of a 12-year-old girl, the property’s charred remains have yet to be demolished from the Lakeland Park subdivision.
WOODSTOCK – Improvements planned for two McHenry County Conservation District facilities this summer will bring them in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the district’s executive director said.
Cary police are taking a fresh look at the case of a Chicago woman who went missing in the area more than a decade ago.
WOODSTOCK – To the traditional Chicagoan, replacing classic pizza toppings like sausage and pepperoni with their turkey equivalent could be regarded as a sin.
States should cut the threshold for drunken driving from 0.08 to 0.05, a federal safety board said this week in a suggestion that was met with misgivings among some in the legal system. But to advocates, it offered a renewed promise for reducing impaired driving deaths.
Police departments in the area have kicked off their annual Click It or Ticket Campaigns through the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
• Raymond F. Wilkinson, 38, 8001 Blivin, Spring Grove, was charged Friday, May 3, with driving under the influence, open alcohol, no insurance and speeding.
• Alexandria T. Silvia, 19, 3532 Blue Ridge Court, Carpentersville, was charged Wednesday, May 1, with retail theft.
WOODSTOCK – County officials are studying ways to build a more skilled workforce here rather than relying on hiring foreign workers.
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