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Illinois Department of Natural Resources estimates 8 to 12 coyotes are hanging around Algonquin.
A northern Kane County bridge, beginning in Algonquin, has long been discussed and is now a top priority for the county.
Unofficial election results show James Kearns won the Grafton Township Supervisor race.
Coroner's office updates efforts.
Closure expected to increase traffic on Algonquin Road and Route 31.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
The road will be closed until summer 2014.
The Illinois Department of Transportation updates project at the heart of Algonquin's downtown.
Illinois Lottery could provide an extra happy St. Patrick’s Day for a lucky winner.
Everything you need to know to vote in the Feb. 26 Primary and April 9 Consolidated Election.
Centegra hopes to break ground for Centegra-Huntley Hospital in October.
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