Naperville recently has been cited by national publications as a good place for seniors to retire. Receiving this recognition implies that Naperville has the resources to provide for the unique needs of this population. Naperville should be in a position to support independent living, enhance health and well being, educate and contribute to the feeling of self-worth and community belonging for seniors.
July 17 4:18 p.m. |
Ever wish you could travel back to the past, say when you were about 21 years old, walk up to yourself and give you some really, really good, smart advice?
July 17 10:26 a.m. |
Naperville Public Library always has had a great relationship with the business community, and the library is relying on that network for their support.
Author Scott Turow calls his latest novel, “Identical,” a “weird stew of personal things.” Indeed it is. The book centers around a set of twins — state Sen. Paul Giannis and his brother Cass, a recently released ex-con who served 25 years for the murder of his girlfriend.
July 17 6:20 a.m. |
Robert K. Elder
A true blessing, though, was the spotty cellphone service. Knowing there were no bars on my phone established a sense of calm. Without the temptation to obsess over the latest updates, the phone stayed in my pocket, and I spent more time enjoying life.
July 16 4:38 p.m. |
In Naperville, no matter the season, the discussion on how to improve your golf game can be heard almost everywhere.
There’s nothing like getting sick on vacation for putting the fun on hold. And when you’ve invested the time and money on a much-anticipated trip abroad, losing days to illness is even more frustrating.
The Conservation Foundation continues its preservation efforts with the planting of eight different species of more than 30 different plants at the Dickson-Murst Farm.
July 16 10:18 a.m. |
Dr. Robert Weil, the Sports Doctor, provides tips for wearing high heels to avoid foot problems.
July 16 10 a.m. |
The Naperville Park District Autumn 2014 Program Guide will be delivered to residents beginning Thursday, and autumn program registration for residents will begin at 8:30 a.m. Monday. All forms of registration will be accepted at that time, including online, phone and hard-copy forms. Nonresident registration begins at 8:30 a.m. July 24.
July 16 8:38 a.m. |