In 2012, Sophia Bezanis was an average 11 year old. She hung out with friends, did her homework and played tennis at Naperville Tennis Club. In less than a year, that would all change.
Arts & Entertainment
Sept. 17 9:09 a.m. |
Joe O’Brien left his creative mark on Illinois Wesleyan University and plans to continue to do so wherever he goes.
Sept. 14 3:30 p.m. |
Naperville business owner Annette Wehrli would like to take you for a ride — in a good way.
Things To Do
Sept. 14 12:30 p.m. |
When a loved one passes on, he leaves a part of himself with his family and friends. Phil Lawler believed in the importance of physical activity, community spirit and the love of his family. His legacy lives on today because of the efforts of his daughter Kim Marino.
Sept. 14 11 a.m. |
Marisa and Luis Gast are proving it’s never too late to pursue your dreams. This month, the Naperville couple and parents of two grown children are traveling to Africa to begin a two-year stint in the Peace Corps.
Things To Do
The Bible is sometimes referred to as “the living word.” It is the No. 1 all-time best-selling book. And because it was written so long ago, many of us turn to others for guidance in understanding it.
Don and Pat Shanower have lived in their downtown Naperville home for 53 years and raised five children there. Their second-youngest son, Dan, grew up as the mischievous one of the bunch.
Naperville resident Cliff Whall has never been one to shy away from seeking answers to questions. When he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1997, his first step was to research treatment options.
Sept. 10 1:11 p.m. |
Faith leaders can provide a safe haven even for those who do not consider themselves religious. Sharing our darkest fears or mental anguish often seems easier with someone of faith.