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Every Kane County Cougar that has played in the World Series
Naperville Central boys, Naperville North girls win regional titles
Waubonsie Valley pulls away from South Elgin
Neuqua Valley goes to ground, grinds out win over Metea
Rescuers learn from mock emergency drills in Naperville
Keishawn Watson keys Wheaton South win over Naperville Central
Benet blows out Marian Catholic, clinches playoff berth
Naperville resident Connor Powers hammers way to long drive world championship tournament
Naperville North rights ship, beats Bolingbrook with Chris Ensign
Paul Johnson’s NCC notes: Troy Kelleher on fun run
Naperville’s Mirabella Kugelberg recovers with help from ‘friends’
North Central College at Wheaton football capsule preview
Naperville Central’s Tiffany Chen battles back, reaches state semis
Pulse: Waubonsie on top again with Chick-fil-A contest
Yorkville Christian student shadows Merlin professionals
Herbie Hancock coming to Naperville to share ‘Possibilities’
Police Report: Graffiti found on utility box
Cheering sections, marshals among upcoming marathon needs
City to consider stricter leasing rules for landlords
Council open to idea of mandating ID scanners
Batavia Woman’s Club hosts fashion show fundraiser
Falling gas prices welcome relief for drivers
Broadway phenom ‘Steady Rain’ comes to Mac
Guitarist Chris Smither comes to ECC stage
Corky Siegel plans to mix it up at Raue show
Where Are They Now: Sports led to spot on ultimate team in Army
Yellow Box church sets screening of Chelsea King documentary Things To Do
Yellow Box church sets screening of Chelsea King documentary
Former Naperville resident Chelsea King was an energetic and loving teen whose fateful encounter with a convicted sex offender in a southern California park 4-1/2 years ago culminated in her rape and murder. A recently released film written and produced by her younger brother Tyler, to be screened Saturday in Naperville, conveys his journey through the loss of a sole sibling, and the bond between them that endures.
Oct. 21 9:16 p.m. |
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. |