The Northwest Herald's "All About" series begins with Algonquin and Lake in the Hills. We look at their histories, their people, and their unique qualities that make them great places to live in, shop in, and visit.
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LAKE IN THE HILLS – For many years, the village’s population and footprint slowly grew. The first re ...
Lake in the HillsVillage President
Gerald D. Sagona
LAKE IN THE HILLS – Within the past year, volunteers have been working to save a former one-room schoolhouse built in 1886.
The retail locations in Algonquin and Lake in the Hills often steal the villages’ respective business spotlights, but both have a healthy group of man ...
ALGONQUIN – People began settling in what now is Algonquin in November 1834, two years before they were allowed to be on the land.
ALGONQUIN – From its humble beginnings in the 1890s to today, the face of downtown Algonquin has undergone significant of transformation, but at the s ...
Whether it’s pedaling, splashing, skating or simply admiring the wildflowers that motivates you to take in the great outdoors, Algonquin and Lake in t ...
Mark Rotundo probably could describe every twist and turn of the well-known 10-kilometer running course in Lake in the Hills.
Marilyn Stark had one thought when her family first arrived at a house on a lake in the middle of farmland.
ALGONQUIN FOUNDERS’ DAYS, 53rd annual, July 26-29, Towne Park, 100 Jefferson St., Algonquin. Carnival, Taste of Founders, live bands, cardboard boat r ...
LAKE IN THE HILLS – Overlooking Woods Creek Lake is the Labahn-Hain house, a former farmhouse that has been restored and is used for a village prescho ...
April 15, 2014
• A 17-year-old Carpentersville girl was charged Monday, April 7, with battery.
• Tiffini D. Rexroat, 22, 1947 Cary Road, Algonquin, was charged Monday, April 7, with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol with a breath alcohol content greater than .08, improper lane usage and no turn signal.
April 13, 2014
By EMILY K. COLEMAN -
WOODSTOCK – Unfinished subdivisions such as the one on the north side of Woodstock are scattered across McHenry County.
April 12, 2014
By STEPHEN Di BENEDETTO - firstname.lastname@example.org
HUNTLEY – The state will grant Huntley $1.1 million to build a multi-use path that would allow runners and bicyclists to safely navigate Route 47.