Reflecting Yorkville Christian High School’s effort to connect students with business professionals, Sutton Smith is shadowing workers at Yorkville’s Merlin 200,000 Miles Shop.
Oct. 24 4:54 p.m. |
Col. David Carpenter, 44, was recently named commander of the Fox Army Health Center at Redstone Arsenal near Huntsville, Ala. He has been deployed numerous times and has lived all around the world during his 27 years of service.
Anand Abraham, a senior at Neuqua Valley High School, was named an Illinois State Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar by the nation’s College Board for his exceptional achievement on advanced placement exams.
Oct. 24 12:15 p.m. |
A new 101,101-square-foot student residence hall at North Central College will feature apartment-style suites. The five-story structure, to be built near the athletic facilities on the south end of campus, is scheduled for completion by fall 2015.
Oct. 23 3:05 p.m. |
Susan Frick Carlman
Rosary High School, a parochial school for girls in Aurora, is planning two upcoming open houses for prospective students.
Oct. 23 10:14 a.m. |
Secretary of State Jesse White says Neuqua Valley High School's driver education program should be emulated by other schools.
Oct. 22 3:36 p.m. |
AURORA – Indian Prairie School District 204 officials say achievement gains by black and Hispanic students in mathmatics are worht celebrating in a time where...
Oct. 21 12:41 p.m. |
Wood Dale-based Frank Cooney Co. is working with Naperville School District 203 to create classrooms that will help prepare students for an ever-changing workplace. Prairie Elementary is one of the schools in Naperville District 203 called on to test what might become the elementary classroom of the future throughout the district.
Oct. 20 6 a.m. |
City staff support the proposal for a five-story residence hall on the south end of campus that would have room for 229 students. The Planning and Zoning Commission likes the plan too. City Council members will consider it Tuesday, along with numerous other matters.