Homeowners are expressing concerns about the low stream and lake levels around our area, and indeed, we are about 6 inches behind normal precipitation levels in Lake and McHenry Counties. Our area depends largely on well water tapping groundwater from the shallow sand and gravel aquifers. Groundwater also provides a “base flow” to our lakes […]
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed the bill into law on Wednesday morning. Whenever June 19 falls on a weekday, state workers will get a paid holiday By Eileen O’Gorman, Patch StaffJun 16, 2021 11:52 am CDT Juneteenth, the celebration of the emancipation of those who were enslaved in the U.S., has been declared an official state holiday […]
CONGRATULATIONS BHS Fillies Soccer on your title of IHSA Class 3A Super-Sectional Champs! You “GOAL” girls! 🙌⚽🎖🎉 The Barrington High School Varsity Girls Soccer team beat St. Charles East 1 to 0 (story below) and is scheduled to play the LaGrange Lyons for the State Semi Finals, Friday, June 18, 4:30 PM at Hoffman Estates […]
The Barrington Hills Police Department would like to advise you that Algonquin River Road, between Starr Drive and Haeger’s Bend Road, will be closed to through traffic beginning Tuesday, June 15th through Friday, June 18th for an emergency culvert replacement. #ShoutOut to Algonquin Township Road District for their quick response! Please avoid this area during […]
Effective Thursday, April 15, the temporarily reduced weight restriction for Village-maintained roads will be lifted. Any vehicles, loads or combination thereof in excess of 18 tons (increased from the temporary 10 tons) accessing Village-maintained roads are required to pull an overweight permit via OxcartPermits.com.
Please be advised that the inside (left) lane on WB US 14 will be closed beginning this afternoon and will be closed throughout the weekend. This closure will begin west of Western and extend approximately 500 feet to the west of Western. Please expect some minor delays. Additional US Route 14 and Hart Road project […]
Gov. JB Pritzker extended the stay-at-home order through April 30th. What does this mean? Whatever you’ve been doing the past two weeks, keep on doing it! #stayathome #flattenthecurve. Public and Private schools will remain closed and transition to remote learning days, while NECESSARY SERVICES WILL CONTINUE TO STAY OPEN: grocery stores, banks, hospitals, healthcare providers, veterinary services, […]
Algonquin Township Highway Department announced the culvert project on Algonquin-River Road is now complete and the road is open to traffic. As always, follow the rules of the road and proceed with caution.