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Naper Wow Pow: A game of Brave Champs
Neuqua Valley can’t stop Homewood-Flossmoor’s Deante Harley-Hampton
DuPage clerk’s race features Paul Hinds, Jean Kaczmarek
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NCTV17 show puts spotlight on parade mural
Food: Foodie says she has coolest job in the world
Good Shepherd emphasizes helping parents raise children
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Commission eyes adjusting downtown Naperville parking rules
Fox Valley Rep announces Pheasant Run 2015 season
Naperville schools continue trend of high achievement
Things back to normal at Neuqua after Thursday bomb threat
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Naperville City Council meeting pushed back one night
Inside The Huddle: Round 1 playoff preview
Illinois school report cards are here — here’s what’s new
Sun-Times suburban papers sold to Tribune
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Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider pens holiday musical with an edge
North Central women’s cross country to make run at CCIW crown
Waubonsie Valley pushes St. Charles East, but Saints prevail
Keaton Casey catches on for Waubonsie Valley
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Geneva gets in a groove, sweeps Naperville North for regional title
Benet shakes off distractions, battles past St. Charles North
Jazz legend Herbie Hancock comes to Naperville to discuss new book
Cronin, Peickert battle for DuPage County Board chairman
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Pulse: Dad runs Chicago marathon for son
Four playoff football games to watch for Naperville area in Round 1
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. |





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