Latest Headlines

Academic Spotlight – Joe O’Brien wins art achievement award
‘Good guy’ insects might just look bad
From the Top: Trolley Chick Annette Wehrli
Sponsored
Daughter honors dad, Phil Lawler, with foundation
DuPage Children’s Museum hosts third annual innovation event
Cougars sweep Lake County for Midwest League title
Naperville Central tunes up with runaway over Hubbard
Sponsored
Comings & Goings: Callie’s Cuties is all things nut free
Behind Dewayne Collins, Phillips stuns No. 10 Naperville North
Warden-Sorenson connection works for North Central in 51-17 rout
Naper Wow Pow: Sharko’s BBQ fire-roasted Atlantic salmon
Sponsored
Area Roundup: Sept. 13
History Speaks Lecture Series begins season with Civil War
Leyden surprises Metea Valley, scores three quick goals in 4-0 romp
NCTV17 to broadcast key North Central College games
Sponsored
Edward Hospital to present talk on end-of-life issues
Bartlett ends scoring drought, slips past Metea Valley
Despite the rain, Broc Rutter reigns for Neuqua Valley
‘Brad Show’ from Sznajder sends Benet to shutout of Notre Dame
Sponsored
Waubonsie Valley’s Zack Bennema and Tony Durns grind out a victory
Chapa LaVia: School funding reform bill ‘needs work’
Police Blotter: Shoplifter wears stolen items out of the store
Watch Waubonsie Valley vs. East Aurora and more live
Sponsored
Naperville man jailed in narcotics, DUI cases
Faith: Roundup of community events
Schools
Chapa LaVia: School funding reform bill ‘needs work’
AURORA — As school districts in the area find themselves on opposing sides of the school funding reform debate, the lead sponsor of a House bill that would make sweeping changes said Friday she thinks the legislation needs “a lot of work” and she doesn’t plan to move it forward in its current form.
Sept. 12 9:15 p.m. |




Modal