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Former Kane County Cougar Yordano Ventura to start for Royals in game 2 of World Series
South Holland man gets boot camp for Naperville pot crime
Naperville hosts regional fire training exercise
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Foster, Senger say jobs heavy on constituents’ minds during forum
Rosary High hosts open house for prospective students
Fresh serrano peppers recalled over Salmonella concerns
Lawsuit: Haunted house clowns allegedly wielded sex toys against mother, daughter
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2 nabbed, others sought in Naperville brawl
Health: Brain injury; diabetes talk; Service of Remembrance; sports injury clinic
Health: DuPage task force will monitor Ebola cases
Neuqua Valley driver education program wins state award
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Final day of farmers market season coming Saturday
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Despite concerns, City Council OKs Water Street revisions
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Linden Oaks to manage Northwest Community Healthcare behavioral health centers
Man Tased in Naperville bar fight sentenced
Federal monitor named to oversee hiring at IDOT
Pets of the Week: Dogs and cats ready for adoption
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Good Cause: Breast cancer awareness in a basket
Area roundup: October 21
Area roundup: October 21
Batavia, Neuqua Valley set up showdown for regional title
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Neuqua Valley pulls off rally to edge St. Charles North
Wheaton North battles past Naperville North
Yellow Box church sets screening of Chelsea King documentary
Crime
2 nabbed, others sought in Naperville brawl
Naperville police Sgt. Bill Davis said police were sent about 10:46 p.m. Saturday to investigate a report of "a fight in progress" on the 1700 block of Windward Avenue. Witnesses told police between six and 10 teenagers or young men approached them in a parking lot, and that "a fight ensued between the victim and one of the subjects," Davis said Wednesday via email.
Oct. 22 5:06 p.m. |
Woman sentenced to jail in Link card thefts Archived
Woman sentenced to jail in Link card thefts
A former administrator with the Ray Graham Association has been sentenced to six months in DuPage County Jail, after being found guilty of stealing Illinois Link cards late last year from two disabled residents of agency-run homes in Naperville and Downers Grove.
Oct. 21 8:26 p.m. |
Teen gets jail in Naperville cocaine case Crime
Teen gets jail in Naperville cocaine case
Armand K. Mondragon, of the 2200 block of Palmer Circle in the White Eagle Club area of Naperville, pleaded guilty to a felony charge of possession of a controlled substance, according to records on file in Will County Circuit Court in Joliet.
Oct. 17 noon |





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