A print copy of the Northwest Herald, full of McHenry County happenings, sports, and opinions, delivered to your door Thursday–Sunday
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- $26 for a one-year print subscription to the Northwest Herald ($338 value)
The print subscription is valid for Thursday–Sunday home delivery.
*All-access digital included
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About Northwest Herald
For more than 150 years, the Northwest Herald has kept McHenry County informed and lived up to its mission: "Making our communities better places to live." The paper keeps their finger on the pulse of McHenry County and the rest of the region with a sizable local desk, and has been recognized over the years for its efforts. The staff boasts a spread of awards from the Illinois Press Best of the Press Awards 2015. The Northwest Herald, Crystal Lake staff claimed the first place title for Division E Sports Feature with Life as a college athlete, noted for thorough research and data. Individual writers were honored in 2015, including a second place for original columns, and an honorable mention for headline writing. A staff team showed their dedication to local events with their coverage of the McHenry Teachers Strike, for which they took home first place.
The publication simultaneously covers the news on a statewide and national scale, and through a partnership with PlanItNorthwest, the Northwest Herald also keeps its readers abreast of upcoming concerts, arts workshops, family events, and networking opportunities.