Several Naperville-based runners participated in the race, including 26-year-old Kyle Brady, who finished tenth overall in the half marathon. Check out our list to see how other participants from Naperville did.
July 21 12:42 p.m. |
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Being president of the Rotary Club of Naperville is no small task, but John Gallagher is more than capable of living up to the challenge.
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July 21 11:17 a.m. |
Denise Burd and Bart Kimberley fell in love in Naperville, but their romance with the open road took them across the country. After marrying May 24, they embarked on a monthlong honeymoon along historic Route 66 that proved to be a journey of a lifetime.
Naperville resident George McArdle misses his wife, Janice Lamb McArdle. She died at 59 from nonsmoking lung cancer. Her only symptom was a cough.
July 17 3:01 p.m. |
The Edward Neurosciences Institute in affiliation with Northwestern Medicine has announced Li Zhang, MD, neurologist, is joining its team.
July 17 1:45 p.m. |
Sriman and her husband, Sri moved to Naperville with their twins Aneesh and Preethi, nine years ago, when their children were three. It was about that time that their son, Aneesh, now 12, was diagnosed with developmental delays.
July 16 4:02 p.m. |
Naperville’s Peter Sorensen, Ph.D., who is credited with establishing one of the most distinguished doctoral programs in Organization Development in the world, was recently named a corecipient of the Judith Ann Whinfrey Distinguished Faculty Award for Leadership at the local university.
July 16 3:27 p.m. |
“What has impressed me most about the team is their never ending commitment,” said coach Katharine Lynch. “When I told the students the national competition was the weekend after finals — and we would need to practice after finals exam to prepare — the students were so excited and ready to practice.”
July 16 2:14 p.m. |
Colleen Turner describes her style of cooking as “simple and clean.”
Many Naperville residents have found that helping others is what brings meaning and perspective to their lives.
July 15 9:05 a.m. |