Business of the Month: Hooves to Heal

For Heather Halgren, watching her son’s accomplishments, through his participation in the Hooves to Heal program, is a success story.

Marengo Park District Pool Morning Workout Classes for Senior Citizens

Vera Rimnac, swim instructor of Morning Workout, said the classes include exercises in strength training, flexibility, and low-impact aerobics.

Union Company Builds “Green” with Recycled Waste

Ron Giordano, CEO of H.S. Crocker in Huntley, is utilizing their excess foam packaging to construct a new building. The new building will save them as much as 85 percent on energy costs.

Marengo Resident Remembered as an Inspiration for Many

As Pastor Phyllis Mueller said during her sermon, Dr. Alice Mijonovich was, “an example for so many, in all walks of life.”

Illinois Railway Museum

Transportation enthusiasts from near and far will converge at the Illinois Railway Museum (IRM) on August 7, 2011for what many consider, “the greatest show on wheels.”

Marengo Resident Awarded for Academic Excellence, Despite Disability

Marengo resident, John Dujmovich, 19, received the “Yes I Can Award” for academic achievement from the Council for Exceptional Children.

Indian Trails Committee Donates to Marengo Police Department

Members of the Indian Trails Social Committee in Marengo presented a $250 check to the Marengo Police Department

Marengo Main Street to Host Final Vision Workshop This Month

Marengo Main Street, Inc. held its second vision workshop with local participants on July 6, 2011 at Flatlander Market in Marengo.

From the Marengo Union Tourism Council

A group of people spent $178.61 million in McHenry County in 2009. Any guesses as to which group of people it might have been? A) Teenagers B) Politicians C) Corporations D) Tourists E) All of the above, combined.

Letter From the Mayor August 2011

We had quite the storm blow through Marengo on July 11th.