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Village's watering restriction is yellow, for now. Officials ask residents to think about water conservation during this hot, dry period.
Supreme Court Upholds Affordable Care Act. In a 5–4 decision, the United States Supreme Court upheld the President's Affordable Care Act.
Huntley man wants to see village preserve a piece of property it is set to purchase.
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on challenges to the Affordable Care Act this week.
Huntley is purchasing a 1890s era building that was once a mill. Historic Preservation Commission members voice concern about village's plan for the building's future.
Village trustees raise no objections to proceed with TIF district project during Thursday's committee-of-the-whole meeting.
Tax increment financing district on village's committee of the whole agenda tonight.
Illinois Tollway advises of work zone safety laws.
Months after installation, the pedestrian overpass opens.
Trustee Harry Leopold casts lone "no" vote, asking the board to table the issue and hold hearings to gauge residents' feelings.
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