19 min ago | Daily Herald
A $50,000 grant is helping McHenry County College figure out where the information literacy gaps are for high school students in the county.
4 hrs ago | Northwest Herald
CARY – An early morning fire destroyed a motor home and single-car garage in unicorporated McHenry County Wednesday, but no one was hurt.
7 hrs ago | Northwest Herald
CRYSTAL LAKE – Area residents can experience the thrill of uncovering items that no one has seen or touched in up to thousands of years with an archaeology field school offered by McHenry County College this summer.
11 hrs ago | Northwest Herald
WOODSTOCK – A McHenry man who killed a woman and her three children in a drunken crash in 1999 failed to appear for a scheduled court date today on a new DUI charge.
16 hrs ago | Northwest Herald
Cassandra Bennett, office manager at Precision Body Works, plays with her English Cocker Spaniel, Bob, while at work in Crystal Lake, Ill.
CRYSTAL LAKE – More than two weeks after being told it could no longer hold meetings at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Boy Scout Troop 550 still doesn't have a home.
The attorney for a man convicted of killing a Johnsburg teen is asking that a judge throw out the jury's verdict and order a new trial.
State Rep. Jack Franks, D-Marengo, is partnering with Habitat for Humanity of McHenry County and Environmental Defenders of McHenry County to provide local residents with a free paper shredding and recycling event this month.
Emilie Rose, 17, of Cary organizes her suitcase at her home Monday before a trip to Europe.
Former U.S. Rep Joe Walsh speaks passionately at a town hall meeting Saturday in Huntley.
Before fathers around McHenry County celebrate Father's Day golfing with friends, enjoying meals with families or just relaxing, the Northwest Herald asked some community leaders to reflect on their fatherhood and what it has meant to them.
A court has ordered a McHenry County company and its property owner to distribute bottled water to six residents with private wells following testing that found hazardous chemicals in the well water.
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.
CRYSTAL LAKE – New Freedom of Information Act policies at McHenry County College will give residents online access to requests the college receives and responses it gives to those seeking information.