If your first race will be the Edward Hospital Naperville Marathon or Half Marathon on Nov. 9, you’re in for an exciting time. Here are tips for last-minute preparations.
A new option is available at the Edward Cancer Center and can be used to treat certain patients with advanced pancreatic, liver and soft tissue cancers. The NanoKnife System offers a less-invasive surgical treatment with few or no side effects.
Jillian Jensen gave a live performance Oct. 20 at the 95th Street Library. She met with each fan, took photos and signed autographs. At the end of the program, the cheerful fan favorite even had an impromptu private jam session with one admirer who packed her guitar and drove from Milwaukee to see Jensen.
Jenny Stefani, of Naperville, notes that is hasn’t been easy to find the ingredients needed for a proper Halloween spread. Since none of the local grocery stores carry a decent set of intact brains, Stefani has to be creative.
In some states, including parts of Illinois, prices have dropped below $3 a gallon. In Naperville, travelers are happy with at least a 50 cent drop in price.
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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.
Things To Do
Cheryl’s Candy ’N‘ Popcorn in south Naperville just celebrated its year anniversary.
As long as we insist on paying with plastic, cellphones or cloud-based currency, there isn’t much you can individually do to head off cyber crooks.
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Considering we have our share of Illinois politicians who have headed straight to prison from both sides of the aisle, the suggestion that we can “save” anything by voting straight down party lines is beyond ludicrous. So please, read up.