Twin Lakes Police Report

Nov. 12 Suspicious person at 4:56 a.m., on Holy Hill Road, a party called to tell police there was a male subject looking into vehicles and appearing to be intoxicated. When police responded, the male subject said he lost his apartment keys and was trying to find them. Officers gave […]


Twin Lakes, Randall have terms expiring

The Village of Twin Lakes and Town of Randall have board terms expiring in the spring. In Twin Lakes, the two-year terms of trustees Tom Connolly, Mike Moran and Jeremy Knoll are ending in April. In the Town of Randall, the two-year terms of Robert Gehring and Mike Halvorson are […]


Mills to start grant process for 2012

By Annette Newcomb Editor The concept for a 24-unit senior housing development proposed low-income senior facility in downtown Twin Lakes is scheduled for discussion during the next Plan Commission meeting, set 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14, in village hall. Twin Lakes Village Administrator Dave Cox said Monday night that developer […]


Village to be transformed into Winter Wonderland Dec. 3

The Twin Lakes Chamber of Commerce will host its fourth annual Trees on Parade and Holiday Light Parade Friday, Dec. 2 and 3. The Trees on Parade and Holiday Shopping 2011 will open at Friday, Dec. 2, at Rumpole’s Banquet Hall, 352 E. Main St., Twin Lakes, from 4 to […]


It’s Christmas bling!; Retro Christmas trees return

It’s Christmas bling!; Retro Christmas trees return

Beginning Saturday, Dec. 3, from 1 to 4 p.m. visitors to the McHenry County Historical Society Museum will be treated to the wonder and brilliance of retro aluminum Christmas trees arranged in a forest of color and sparkling display. The museum is located at 6422 Main Street in Union. Local […]


Richmond’s Christmas of Yesteryear celebrates a continuing tradition

By Gregory Harutunian correspondent With the Christmas season just around the corner, the annual tradition that has become synonymous with the town of Richmond is set to unfold again in the historic downtown area. “The Christmas of Yesteryear,” Dec. 3 to 4, turns back the clock to a simpler time […]


Grade tampering charge embroils Sequoit football coach

By Gregory Harutunian correspondent Antioch High School teacher Sara Glashagel has been charged with one count of computer tampering, a Class A misdemeanor, in an alleged grade-changing incident involving more than 40 students at the institution, and is slated for a Dec. 9 appearance in Lake County court. At issue […]


SGPD warn motorists to Click It or Ticket

With the holidays upon us, the Spring Grove Police Department warns that whether you are traveling across town or across the state, if you or anyone in your vehicle is unbelted, you run the risk of getting an unwelcomed gift from law enforcement. As of Jan. 1, 2012, everyone, no […]


Electronic recycling Saturday in McHenry County

From 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Nov. 19, McHenry Township is holding an Electronic Recycling Day at McHenry Township Road District in the township employee parking lot at 3703 N. Richmond Road. This opportunity is for McHenry Township residents only, so you will need a photo ID with your […]


Costume ball comes to downtown Kenosha

On Friday, Nov. 25 from 5 to 9 p.m., everyone is invited to attend Pandora’s Ball, a free costume ball, featuring music, dance, storytelling, and poetry. The ball will take place in the lobby of the Rhode Center for the Arts, located at 514 56th Street in Kenosha. It coincides […]