Here are some of the best photos of the week, which include a proposal, Fourth of July events, horses and more.
July 11 4:27 p.m. |
Pioneer Press Staff
Taco Bell plans to double the the amount of meat in certain dishes
July 11 4:04 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
An emergency gas leak shut down traffic on 95th Street Friday afternoon.
July 11 2:40 p.m. |
Between 4 and 10 a.m., gun stolen from spare bedroom of home on 1700 block of Princess Circle.
Worried about the snakes in your backyard? The Forest Preserve District says you shouldn't be.
July 11 1 p.m. |
The Illinois Tollway is warning customers about a phishing scam using the E-ZPASS logo in emails claiming recipients owe money for missed tolls.
The video visitation system for inmates at the Will County jail was expected to be partially restored after a lightning strike disabled the system during the June 30 storm.
The Naperville Park Board has approved a gift agreement ordinance with the Naperville Noon Lions Club Foundation to donate $35,000 to the Park District over the next three years.
July 11 10:30 a.m. |
The recent deluge of rain may have kept lawns and vegetation thriving far better than it should this far into summer, but it’s also brought out scores of creatures many people in Naperville can’t stand: snakes.
July 11 10:15 a.m. |
Representatives from Walgreens met for more than 90 minutes with the Naperville Liquor Commission Thursday to request a new license category for their 10 stores in the city and one in an unincorporated area near Naperville.
July 11 9:58 a.m. |