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Crash closes Rt. 47 in Huntley
A semitrailer and a sport utility vehicle collided just south of Kreutzer Road, forcing the closure of Route 47 in both directions.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
The Legal Record
A hunger to help
Terri and Mike Ward, owners of Huntley's Tropical Smoothie Cafe, have served up a plan to provide restaurant-quality meals to the less fortunate through donation of their profits to a local food pantry.
Four new doctors join Centegra
Dr. Baby Than, a board-certified family medicine physician who received her doctorate of medicine from the Institute of Medicine in Myanmar, joins Centegra Physician Care-Huntley.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Huntley student joins medical mission to Nicaragua
Tiffany Burton of Huntley, Ill., was among a group of Carthage College students who traveled to Nicaragua in January on a medical mission.
Construction underway on Centegra hospital in Huntley.JS
Crew from Power Construction work on the site of the new Centegra Hospital in Huntley Thursday, March 6, 2014.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Sun City residents vet Huntley Park District referendum
HUNTLEY – Sun City Huntley residents peppered Huntley Park District officials with questions about future costs and the need for a new indoor turf facility during a voter forum Thursday.
Site work begins on Centegra's Huntley hospital
While construction won't begin in earnest until late spring, crews have begun moving dirt on the site that will house Centegra Health System's new 128-bed hospital in Huntley.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Kane Co. Chronicle
St. Charles property owners concerned about proposed pet care facility
ST. CHARLES – Two residents of St. Charles on Tuesday shared their concerns about a proposed pet care facility that they said would affect their east-side properties.
Centegra to host two physician lectures
Dr. Kelly Holtkamp, an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in hand surgery, will present the latest treatments for arthritis of the hand and wrist and discuss finger joint replacement surgery.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Huntley to build bike path along Kreutzer Road
The Huntley village board has approved spending $150,000 for a bike path and screening along Kreutzer Road - part of an ongoing extension of the roadway west to Main Street.
Elderly woman found dead in Huntley snowbank
It was about 10:30 Saturday morning when Huntley police say a newspaper delivery person came upon an 83-year-old woman, identified as Bodil Becker, lying unresponsive in the snow.
Police: Elderly Woman Found in Snow Dies
An elderly woman who family said had started showing signs of dementia was found lying in the snow Saturday morning in the 11500 block of Hemmer Road in unincorporated Huntley, according to a McHenry County Sheriff's Office press release.
Elderly Woman Found Dead In Snowbank
McHenry County Sheriff's police said they were notified at about 7:15 a.m. that a driver had spotted a body in the snow along the 11500 block of Hemmer Road in unincorporated McHenry County near Huntley.
Elderly woman's body found in snow after wandering from Huntley home
HUNTLEY – An elderly woman was found dead in the snow Saturday after apparently walking away from her Huntley home.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
District 158's Burkhart named Educator of the Year
HUNTLEY – District 158's academic focus on technology has made an administrator from the Huntley-based school district an educator of the year.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Jury deliberates in Woodstock Craigslist rape trial
A jury Friday began deliberations in the case of a Woodstock man accused of raping a woman he met on Craigslist and agreed to pay $200 for sex.
D-158 begins search for next academic chief
HUNTLEY – District 158 has begun the statewide search for its next academic chief, but Superintendent John Burkey has mixed feelings about filling the position.
State Rep. 65th District (Republican): Ugaste
In the Republican primary race for the state's 65th Representative District, three candidates are vying for votes: attorneys Daniel Ugaste and Steven Andersson and business owner Debbie Miller.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Bumpy ride ahead through pothole purgatory
A vehicles drives past a pothole in Philadelphia on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014. Since Dec. 1, 2013, PennDOT workers have applied more than 2,000 tons of patching material in the five counties around the city, according to spokesman Gene Blaum.