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Police Blotter: Door forced open on Hobson Oaks Court
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
Naperville artist at work rehabilitating fallen horse
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Katie Vondra leads Downers South over Naperville Central
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Homeowners discuss code violations
Air bags in 4.7 million vehicles at risk of shooting metal fragments when inflated, must be recalled
Aurora doctor dies of Naperville car crash injuries
Education: Prairie School testing classroom of future
City eyes North Central’s plan for new dorm
Comings & Goings: Granite City and Qwik Convenience
Water Street tweaks coming up for City Council OK
Fox Valley schools struggling to fill certain staff positions
Neuqua Valley’s Jessica Yuen repeats as Class AA state champion
Michigan State commit Scott Dunsire gets on fire for Naperville C.
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Building Memories: Old Phillips station now Fiamme
Advocates for homeless youth set Thursday movie screening
Kevin Clifford, Naperville Central grind out win over Lake Park
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. |
Schools announce high achievers
Four local students were named semifinalists in the 2015 National Achievement Scholarship Program. Three local students were named recipients in the College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Program.
Oct. 15 11:02 a.m. |
Naper Settlement shares Poe’s story through Terry Lynch
Terry Lynch will present “Edgar Allan Poe — To Tell a Tale,” part of the History Speaks Lecture Series, from 7 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 19, in Century Memorial Chapel at Naper Settlement, 523 S. Webster St., Naperville. Lynch will give a brief biographical sketch of Poe’s life and retell some of Poe’s greatest works, including “The Raven” and “The Tell Tale Heart.”
Oct. 15 8:16 a.m. |