Thursday, May 9, 2013
Police reports from May 1-5.
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Thursday, May 9
Note: The following information was obtained from Huntley Police Department arrest reports. An arrest is only an accusation and does not constitute guilt. An individual can only be found guilty in a court of law. An oven was reported stolen from a vacant home in the 13400 block of Michigan Avenue on May 1, police said. Alexandria T. Silva, 19, of 3532 Blue Ridge Court, Carpentersville, was arrested for retail theft on May 1, police said. Silva posted bond and was released with a Kane County court date of June 14. An audio jack was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the parking lot of Huntley High School, 13719 Harmony Road, on May 2, according to reports. Chad A. Harrison, 27, of 798 N. Prairie View #3C, Woodstock, and Michael R. DeMarco…
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Mapmyride.com provides 10 bike routes in and around Huntley that will help you map your bike trip, whether it be for recreation or for sport.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Police reports from April 19-21, which also included criminal damage reports and a burglary complaint.
Note: The following information was obtained from Huntley Police Department arrest reports. An arrest is only an accusation and does not constitute guilt. An individual can only be found guilty in a court of law.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Events planned around Huntley to help you clean out your closet.
Tuesday, April 23
Huntley is offering services around town to help residents do their spring cleaning on Saturday, April 27. Dumpsters will be located at Public Works on East Main Street and Donald Drive from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers will be on hand to help drop off items. A list of acceptable items is on the village’s website. COM2 Recycling Solutions will be taking any unwanted electronics at the Municipal Complex Parking lot at 10987 Main St. Items like computers, printers and video game consoles will be accepted. AMS Store and Shred will also be on hand, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., to shred documents. Participants will receive a certificate of destruction for materials. Huntley Police will be participating in National Take Back Day Medication Disposal …
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Police reports from April 9-14.
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Wednesday, April 17
Note: The following information was obtained from Huntley Police Department arrest reports. An arrest is only an accusation and does not constitute guilt. An individual can only be found guilty in a court of law. Gang graffiti was found on a classroom wall at Huntley High School, 13719 Harmony Road, on April 9, police said. Appliances were stolen from a home in the 10800 block of Grand Canyon Ave. on April 10, according to reports. Taylor M. King, 18, of 7 Margate Ct., Lake in the Hills, IL was charged with disorderly conduct on April 11, police said. Taylor was released with a notice to appear in McHenry County court on May 13. A washing machine and dryer were stolen from the 13700 block of White Oak Drive on April 11, police said. …
Friday, April 12, 2013
RPS Products moving to town, creating 50 new jobs.
Friday, April 12
RPS, a leading supplier of residential home filters and related products, announced Thursday it will relocate a portion of its operations to the vacant 65,000 square foot formerly occupied by Dean Foods, according to a release. The company’s products are known under the “Best Air” trade name and RPS sells to major retailers throughout the U.S. Operations at the new Huntley location are planned to begin as early June. “Our location in Huntley only 1.5 miles from the new I-90 interchange will allow us to be highly efficient in the transportation and logistical elements of our operations,” said Dan Schuld, RPS president. “Clearly, the new interchange was a significant positive factor in our decision to locate in Huntley.” The move was …
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
John Piwko, JR Westberg and Ronda Goldman win election.
Wednesday, April 10
There will be two new faces on the Huntley Village board with the election of JR Westberg and Ronda Goldman Tuesday. The two join incumbent John Piwko along with Mayor Charles Sass who ran for reelection unopposed. Former Trustee Jay Kadakia lost his bid. In McHenry County, Goldman lead the way with 1,628 votes or 26 percent of the vote followed by Piwko with 1,582 votes or 26 percent and Westberg with 1,544 votes or 25 percent, according to unofficial results from the McHenry County Clerk’s office. There are five precincts in Huntley that are in Kane County. The Kane County Clerk's unofficial results had Goldman also leading the way with 633 votes or 69.04 percent of the vote, followed by Kadakia with 545 voters or 60.22 percent, Piwko …
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Early voting is taking place at the Huntley Park District, 12015 Mill St., Huntley.
Wednesday, April 3
It has been a busy time for Huntley. Construction on the Route 47 and the Jane Addams Tollway got underway last year and Centegra Hospital-Huntley got the state's approval to construct a new hospital at Haligus and Reed Roads. But the four candidates running for Huntley trustee have more goals to accomplish and have their own ideas for the future. The candidates are: Ronda Goldman Jay Kadakia Incumbent John Piwko JR Westberg
Monday, April 1, 2013
Meet one of the four candidates for Huntley Village Trustee.
Monday, April 1
Early voting continues through Saturday, April 6 and four candidates are running for three seats on the Huntley village board. As you head to the polls now or on Election Day, learn about the candidates running: Ronda Goldman Age: Ageless Family: Married for 35 years Education: BA, Univ of Ill, Champaign(English/Spanish); MA, Central Michigan University(Reading Disabilities); Loyola University(Elem. Cert.); Northeastern Ill University(Administrative Certificate) Occupation: H.S. Special Education Administrator over 17 north side high schools in Chicago Public School System(Retired); Educational Consultant for 4 years(recently re-retired) Previous elected or appointed offices: appointed by Mayor Sass to the Huntley Zoning Board of…
Four vying for three seats on Huntley’s village board in the April 9 election.
Monday, April 1
Early voting continues through Saturday, April 6 and four candidates are running for three seats on the Huntley village board. As you head to the polls now or on Election Day, learn about the candidates running: JR Westberg Age: 40 Family: Married with two Daughters Education: Northern Illinois University - Business Administration Occupation: Recruiter/Business Development Previous elected or appointed offices: Village of Huntley Planning Commissioner Position sought: Village Board/Trustee Political party: Independent Campaign E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Campaign committee: Committee to elect JR Westberg Campaign Website: www.jrwestberg.com Campaign Facebook: facebook.com/jr4huntley What is the primary reason you are …