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Miller set to take over as county treasurer

When Bill LeFew steps away from his post as McHenry County Treasurer later this month, the county will get a new treasurer with nearly an equal amount of experience in the office.

Harvard, Woodstock look to join forces

Harvard, Woodstock and McHenry County are looking to form an intergovernmental agreement to jointly apply for an enterprise-zone designation offered through the Illinois Department of Commerce and Ec

New manager for Cute Nail Salon

A new manager has taken over Cute Nails and Spa.

The Starline shines

Three years ago, Harvard resident and the Starline Factory building owner Orrin Kinney was approached with a request. Kinney was asked if he would be able to hold a wedding inside the building.

Clothing designer sets up shop in Starline

A clothing designer with more than 20 years of experience has opened a studio at the Starline Factory.

Class of 2010 speaks for the trees

The Harvard High School Class of 2010 will present trees as its graduation gift to beautify the school campus.

Shirt bonds hero to Harvard

Men keep old T-shirts for all kinds of reasons. Many times it is to let the world know they are a fan and have someone they revere.

Give a little bit

Joe McLachlan approached the modest home with two trash bags filled with presents. It was Christmas morning, which made this a last-minute gift distribution.

Sanchez looks to take the next step

Harvard resident Emmanuel Sanchez is well on his way to a successful career as an mixed martial arts fighter.

Step right up to the microphone

Randy Donaldson, owner and operator of the Firehouse Depot, a local coffee shop at 107 W. Front St., is trying something different.