Saturday, Nov 18, 2017

archived

Results 1 - 10 of 786

Results

A rescue mission for oak trees

To help insure the survival and regeneration of one of the county’s most prized natural resources, The Land Conservancy of McHenry County will conduct what it calls “oak rescues.”

Bischke, Powell to reunite in college

Harvard High School senior basketball players Kaylee Bischke and Makenna Powell thought they had played their last game together when the Hornets lost to Woodstock North Feb.

Fourth year for 4th Fridays

April 24 marks the fourth year for 4th Fridays, a monthly art event at the Starline Gallery.

Former NFL player dedicated his life to helping others

John Powers may have spent five years playing professional football in the National Football League, but to friends and family his biggest impact came off the field.

HFPD receives blast from past

A treasure has been returned to the Harvard Fire Protection District by Victoria Hubbell, the granddaughter of Howard J. Ferris, who was one of the founders of Harvard’s Starline Building.

Chamber expo set to return

After a year off, the Harvard Chamber of Commerce & Industry will hold its Business Showcase & Indoor Garage Sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

HHS senior attends state conference

As a second-grade student at Central School, Katia Schmitt decided she wanted to be a singer.

Looking to keep our children safe

Harvard resident Doug Frenk wants to protect our children.

Two businesses join Beleca Vi

Beleca Vi, located at 18 N. Ayer St., Harvard, is a health and beauty salon consisting of independent providers offering cosmetic surgery, hair coloring, massages and handcrafted soaps and lotions.

Wrestlers send three to state meet

A whirlwind season for the Harvard High School wrestling team ended Feb. 24 with a 45-17 loss to Dakota High School in the IHSA Class A dual sectional meet at Polo High School.