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Naperville resident Nancy Rinehart might just be telling the truth when she says, “I have the coolest job in the world.”
Oct. 31 3:46 p.m. |
Bethany Hammer, director of family life/children’s ministry at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Naperville, shares her passion for helping youth grow up.
When Naperville resident Michael Cleary ran the Chicago Marathon, he wasn’t running for himself. Instead, the 49-year-old was running for his son, Austin, 14, who has Down syndrome.
Oct. 30 6 p.m. |
Naperville author Marybeth Bittel recently released “The Hidden Treasury: Stories of Wonders and Wanderings,” a collection of rhythmically lyrical stories for children of all ages. The book was inspired by the children Bittel works with as their music therapist.
Oct. 30 1:05 p.m. |
Audiences can laugh without reservations when they check into the “Plaza Suite,” Neil Simon’s hilarious comedy, which opens at Naperville Central High School on Nov. 6.
Oct. 30 6 a.m. |
Nov. 7 will bring a powerhouse of speakers with “ideas that will change the world,” TEDxNaperville organizers say.
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Oct. 29 8 p.m. |
The Leclair siblings, all Naperville Central High School grads, headed to Atlanta with their mom in late May to tape "Family Feud."
Oct. 29 3:09 p.m. |
At 14 W. Jackson Ave. in downtown Naperville, the bling is what it’s all about. But the latest craze is rather charming, says Mike Hackett, It’s a Bling Thing owner.
On Aug. 25, Dr. Anjali Gupta was tapped to lead the Relapse Prevention Intensive Adult Program. It will enhance the center’s ability to help men and women in outpatient treatment address their addiction and mental health issues and transition to a lifestyle of recovery.
Oct. 29 6:21 a.m. |