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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
Brandon Hipp, Chris Sullivan lift Naperville North past Marmion
Naperville Central’s Tiffany Chen concentrating on winning state again
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Naperville North’s Abbie Boswell sings winning tune in singles, then doubles
Chris Walker’s football notes: Waubonsie Valley takes pass on run
Conference title on the line for North Central against Wheaton
Police Blotter: Door forced open on Hobson Oaks Court
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Weather: Weekend temps could approach 70 degrees
Naperville cops seek man in case involving teen girl
Thousands opt for early voting on first day
Yellow Box church sets screening of Chelsea King documentary
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Naperville artist at work rehabilitating fallen horse
Quick Take: Final Quinn, Rauner debate in 60 seconds
Reserving judgment: CARES spreads its message at inaugural breakfast
Katie Vondra leads Downers South over Naperville Central
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Neuqua Valley’s Brooke Antenen sets up Drury volleyball wins
Chicago Sun-Times launches medical marijuana tracking project
Homeowners discuss code violations
Air bags in 4.7 million vehicles at risk of shooting metal fragments when inflated, must be recalled
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Aurora doctor dies of Naperville car crash injuries
Education: Prairie School testing classroom of future
Yellow Box church sets screening of Chelsea King documentary Arts & Entertainment
Yellow Box church sets screening of Chelsea King documentary
Former Naperville resident Chelsea King was an energetic and loving teen whose fateful encounter with a convicted sex offender in a southern California park 4-1/2 years ago culminated in her rape and murder. A recently released film written and produced by her younger brother Tyler, to be screened Saturday in Naperville, conveys his journey through the loss of a sole sibling, and the bond between them that endures.
Oct. 21 12:16 p.m. |
Naperville artist at work rehabilitating fallen horse Lifestyles
Naperville artist at work rehabilitating fallen horse
The damage done by an unknown vandal to the horse embellished by Naperville artist Diana Leviton Gondek put the "pain" in painter. Still, she said restoring it promptly, so it can be returned as soon as possible to its Michigan Avenue spot in front of the Wrigley Building, is nothing compared to the sacrifice made by the fallen police officer whose memory it honors.
Oct. 21 11:58 a.m. |





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