Glenn Przybylski of Frankfort fired a 3-under-par 69 at Naperbrook Golf Course and holds a one-stroke lead over three players as the 133-man field in the Naperville City Men’s Championship moves to Springbrook Golf Course for Sunday’s final round in the 36-hole event.
July 26 8 p.m. |
Dionte T. Alexander pleaded guilty in DuPage County Circuit Court in Wheaton to a felony charge of theft or unauthorized control over more than $500 but less than $10,000 in cash or property.
July 25 8:10 p.m. |
The intersection of Main Street and Benton Avenue in Naperville is expected to temporarily close beginning Monday for one week to accommodate utility work that is taking place for the Main Street Promenade East development.
July 25 2:37 p.m. |
Naperville’s water utility is seeing progress flow steadily forward in its campaign to reduce the likelihood that the nightmarish floods of April 2013 will recur.
July 25 11:55 a.m. |
Susan Frick Carlman
An unidentified man or woman suffered minor injuries Thursday afternoon during a fire at a heating and cooling business north of downtown Naperville.
July 24 8:13 p.m. |
He is the eighth Cougars’ player to be promoted to Daytona this season and third in the past week, joining the Cubs’ 2014 first-round draft pick, Kyle Schwarber, and starting pitcher Juan Paniagua.
A man who allegedly resisted arrest was subdued with a police Taser, after he and two others became involved in a fistfight in Naperville.
July 24 7:32 p.m. |
Knoll’s fun summer run of golf continues at Beverly Country Club in Chicago next week when he competes in the 112th Western Amateur Championship. It caps a month to remember for the Naperville North graduate, who is a sophomore on the University of Iowa golf team.
July 24 7:29 p.m. |
An incident involving firearms near the Braidwood nuclear facility, several dozen miles upwind of Naperville, led to no calamities Wednesday night, the plant’s owner announced afterward.
Ann Zediker, of Naperville, and Lindsey Doherty, of Bourbonnais, found their lives intertwined when both of their fathers died of pancreatic cancer. For the two women, finding the Lustgarten Foundation was about more than raising awareness and research funds; it was about their own healing.
Naperville School District 203 officials reiterated Monday night that no recommendation on a cell tower proposal will come before the board until at least September.
July 23 12:58 p.m. |
A man from Naperville’s west side who earlier this year dropped a bag of cocaine in full view of Naperville police has been convicted in that case.
July 22 6:45 p.m. |
Wheeled recycling carts with lids on top will soon be rolling into Naperville. When that happens, the rectangular bins now used to hold materials for collection at the curb will have to hit the road.
July 22 4:25 p.m. |
Susan Frick Carlman