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  1. Algonquin crowds celebrate Evan Jager's Olympic steeplechase silver medalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | Northwest Herald

    H. Rick Bamman - [email protected] Jacobs' cross country coach Kevin Christian leaps into the air Wednesday, Aug. 17 2016 as he reacts to Evan Jager silver medal finish in the 3,000-meter steeplechase in 8:04.28 at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Jager became the first American to earn a medal in the steeplechase since 1984.

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  2. Letter: Cary takes steps to protect drinking waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | Northwest Herald

    Homes in the Jandus subdivision have private wells, while most of Cary has “city” water. Cary residents don't think about it, but they, too, are drinking well water.

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  3. Public hearing set for re-evaluation of Longmeadow Parkway's environmental assessmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 14 | Northwest Herald

    ALGONQUIN – Residents will have the chance to comment on an environmental assessment re-evaluation for the planned Longmeadow Parkway at a public hearing Aug. 30. The 625-page report was prepared to assess the effects of new information and circumstances that have occurred in the project since the last environmental impact statement was approved in 2002 and updated in 2009. After comments are collected and responded to by the Kane County Division of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration will decide whether the project needs a supplemental environmental impact statement, or if there is a finding of no significant impact for the construction of the highway.

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  4. Algonquin Village Board to consider Randall Road pedestrian underpassRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 13 | Northwest Herald

    ALGONQUIN – The village of Algonquin is considering building an underpass for pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Randall Road, years after plans fell through for a pedestrian bridge at Randall Road and Bunker Hill Drive. Algonquin Public Works Director Bob Mitchard said more than 10 years ago, the village started looking at the feasibility of creating a crossing over Randall Road and determined a bridge would be the best option.

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  5. McHenry County restaurants, grocery stores donate leftovers to support local pantriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | Northwest Herald

    H. Rick Bamman - [email protected] Rev. Janie Long of the Pentecostal Church Of God and the Wonder Lake Food Pantry checks one of two freezers food supply on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016 in Wonder Lake.

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  6. Algonquin man renews screenwriting passion with "the Wanted"Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 10 | Northwest Herald

    H. Rick Bamman - [email protected] 52-year-old Marty McGinley replays a rehearsal shot for his daughter Rachel McGinley for the independent film "the Wanting." Composer John Benedeck is at far left.

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  7. Businessman Chris Christensen picked to succeed Provenzano on McHenry County Board ballotRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 10 | Northwest Herald

    Republicans in McHenry County Board District 3 chose an accomplished local businessman and school board member to fill out the remainder of Nick Provenzano's term and run in his place in the Nov. 8 election. Precinct committeemen on Tuesday chose Chris Christensen, of Oakwood Hills , to succeed Provenzano, R- McHenry , who is resigning his seat and his re-election bid to take a full-time job as deputy district director for U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren, R-Plano.

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  8. Environmental Defenders collecting recyclables in Marengo set for SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 7 | Northwest Herald

    The Environmental Defenders of McHenry County will conduct a recycling collection from 9 a.m. to noon at Marengo City Hall 132 E. Prairie St. The Environmental Defenders, a local nonprofit dedicated to preserving and improving the McHenry County's environment, will collect various items that typically are not accepted by curbside programs. However, with the Styrofoam collection site at the Algonquin Public Works Facility recently closing, the group will not be accepting any Styrofoam at this drive since there currently is no nearby location to recycle Styrofoam.

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  9. Nick Provenzano resigns from McHenry County Board to work for HultgrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 2 | Northwest Herald

    Northwest Herald file photo McHenry County Board member Nick Provenzano, R-McHenry, announced Tuesday that he will resign his seat next month to take a full-time position with U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren's office. WOODSTOCK – McHenry County Board member Nick Provenzano is resigning to pursue a full-time job opportunity with U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren, prompting a last-minute scramble by Republicans to find a replacement candidate for the Nov. 8 election.

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  10. McHenry County Board approves relief plan for nondedicated roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 2 | Northwest Herald

    WOODSTOCK – After eight often frustrating years, a coalition of homeowners along nondedicated roads prevailed in their fight to find a way by which their road taxes can be used to maintain their streets. Nondedicated roads, some of which date back a century or more, are public roads that do not fall under any government's responsibility to maintain them, meaning that residents who pay property and motor-fuel taxes for road maintenance do not see any benefit.

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  11. Nick Provenzano announces resignation from McHenry County Board to work for HultgrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 2 | Northwest Herald

    WOODSTOCK – McHenry County Board member Nick Provenzano is resigning to pursue a full-time job opportunity with U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren, prompting a last-minute scramble by Republicans to find a replacement candidate for the Nov. 8 election. Provenzano, R- McHenry , made the announcement at the end of Tuesday morning's County Board meeting.

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  12. Interact with local police officers during National Night Out events around McHenry County todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 2 | Northwest Herald

    H. Rick Bamman - [email protected] One-year-old Jaxson Ostler of Marengo voices his displeasure to his mother Jennifer Friday, July 29, after getting a picture taken with Algonquin police officer Josh Latina during the the 6th annual "free' lunch to benefit Special Olympics Illinois at the Crystal Lake Texas Roadhouse. Customers had the opportunity to interact with members of the Algonquin and Crystal Lake police departments as10 officers took orders and served meals.

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  13. Village OKs Polish deli's liquor license, business plans expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 1 | Northwest Herald

    LAKE IN THE HILLS – Construction hasn't started on Blue Cow Polish Deli in Lake in the Hills, but co-owner Jozef Buch said people have already been asking about his plans to add a restaurant to the business. The Polish grocery store and deli, 2102 W. Algonquin Road, is expanding into the space next door, which will eventually be a sit-down restaurant, bar and video gaming area.

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  14. McHenry County Board to hear 2030 Plan updateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 31 | Northwest Herald

    WOODSTOCK – Updating the county's growth and sustainability plan, and creating a program to repair nondedicated subdivision roads are on the to-do list Tuesday for the McHenry County Board. The County Board will start its meeting with an update on the progress being made toward updating the 2030 Comprehensive Plan , which it approved six years ago as a nonbinding template to guide the county's development during the next two decades.

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  15. Our View: Break down barriers with police officersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2016 | Northwest Herald

    Tuesday is National Night Out, an annual event that encourages law enforcement officers to gather with community members to build neighborhood camaraderie and a better understanding of each other. In light of the recent shootings involving police officers around the country, now is the perfect time to help build camaraderie.

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  16. Algonquin businesses see less traffic, more customers with bypass in placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2016 | Northwest Herald

    Anthony Orlandino, owner of Anthony's Barber Shop, talks July 19 about the Algonquin Western Bypass in his downtown Algonquin shop at 150 S. Main St. Before the bypass, Orlandino said, pedestrians would have difficulty crossing Main Street because of traffic congestion. ALGONQUIN – After the $88.5 million Algonquin Western Bypass opened and traffic regulations were put in place by the village to encourage people to use it, business owners have seen less traffic on Main Street – and say it's bringing more people to their stores.

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  17. Algonquin celebrates 56th annual Founders' Days with paradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2016 | Northwest Herald

    Members of the Allegiance Color Guard march Saturday during the Algonquin Founders' Days Parade. As one of the longest-standing parades in the state, it is one of the events to along with the Algonquin Founders' Days Festival.

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  18. Scorched Earth Brewing gets state recognition for being Illinois MadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2016 | Northwest Herald

    H. Rick Bamman - [email protected] Scorched Earth Brewing Company head brewer Dan Payson and assistant brewer Gary Mark prepare to take samples of a Belgian style sour red beer that has been fomenting for 16 months. Illinois Made is recognizing Scorched Earth Brewing Company in Algonquin.

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  19. Lake in the Hills gas leak closes part of Boulder Drive, officials sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2016 | Northwest Herald

    LAKE IN THE HILLS – Boulder Drive in Lake in the Hills is closed from Algonquin Road to Sandstone Court due to a gas leak, according to a Nixle alert. The alert, issued by Lake in the Hills police, said there is no access to the subdivision at the gate, and asked people to avoid the area.

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  20. Lake in the Hills man flees scene after hitting light pole, causing gas leak, police official saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2016 | Northwest Herald

    LAKE IN THE HILLS – A car crashed into a light pole on Boulder Drive in Lake in the Hills Thursday, causing a gas leak and road closure, a police official said. Lake in the Hills Police Sgt.

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