After Naperville North lost at Phillips, the area’s list of undefeated teams dwindled down to Benet and Waubonsie Valley.
Sept. 15 8:53 p.m. |
The final group outing for the Cougars was a special one Monday as the 2014 Midwest League champions were honored at Wrigley Field by their parent club, the Cubs.
Arts & Entertainment
For independent filmmakers, seeing their films screened at the Naperville Independent Film Festival offers the opportunity to reach viewers who otherwise would not see their work.
The DuPage County Health Department announced on Monday the first reported human case of West Nile virus in the county this year.
Sept. 15 4:30 p.m. |
Emily Krachenfels and Katie Vondra, though, are proof that you can pack a whole lot of power in shorter packages.
Sept. 15 4:17 p.m. |
Despite concerns over potential parking problems, a small subdivision received a positive recommendation last week from Naperville’s Planning and Zoning Commission.
Sept. 15 4:04 p.m. |
Naperville police are seeking help from the public in finding the vandal or vandals who spray-painted graffiti earlier this month on the exterior walls of Neuqua Valley High School on the city’s far south side.
A 20-year-old woman has been ordered to perform community service work after being convicted of resisting two police officers last fall as they questioned her about a $12,000 purchase at the Apple store in downtown Naperville.
Sept. 15 10 a.m. |
It’s difficult even for coach Mike Stine to get a gauge on his defending Class 8A state champ Redhawks as they look ahead to next weekend’s DuPage Valley Conference opener against No. 25 Wheaton Warrenville South.
Sept. 13 9:43 p.m. |
After much anticipation, Callie’s Cuties, a specialty bakery safe for those with nut, milk and egg allergies, will celebrate its grand opening Sept. 21.
In the third week of high school football, match ups include Waubonsie Valley vs. East Aurora, Metea Valley vs. Bartlett and Benet at Notre dame.
Sept. 12 5:05 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
One of the more disturbing aspects of the Ray Rice incident still dominating the news was that the former Baltimore Ravens player seemed to literally knock his child’s mother right out of her shoes in that elevator turned boxing ring.
Fort Hill Drive between Jefferson and Quincy avenues will close Monday and Tuesday to install a sanitary service line under the roadway.
Sept. 12 12:12 p.m. |