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Golf: Michael Davan delivers 66 to jump to first-round lead of Illinois Open
Movie Review: ‘Purge’ sequel binges on dark, dreary mayhem
Man guilty in second Naperville urination case
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Naperville man sentenced in mother-son DUI case
Public health agencies suggest ways to beat the heat
Solemn Oath Brewery to expand Naperville brewhouse
McDonald’s, Yum Brands stop buying meat from Chinese supplier accused of selling expired products
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Tie Bar to close Naperville office
North Central among best colleges to work for in the nation
Sign up for Naperville CARES community luncheon
Race results: Naperville man finishes 10th in Rock ‘n’ Roll half marathon
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Burr Ridge’s Il Mostro finishes strong in Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac
From The Top: John Gallagher, Rotary Club president
Naperville celebrates second annual Ale Fest
Naperville Community Gardeners to host free events this fall
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Movie Review: ‘Apes’ is a thoughtful adrenaline-pumper
Air quality alert issued for Chicago, area suburbs
Minor League Baseball: Cougars fall to Great Lakes
Bond set for man accused in fatal Naperville crash
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Top outdoor seating in Naperville, according to Yelp
Golf: Tom Ferguson finds a way to take the Aurora City Championship lead
Minor League Baseball: Great Lakes stops Cougars cold
Top 5 brunch spots in Naperville, according to Yelp
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Seven arrested, jailed in alleged Naperville drug ring
Case dismissed in Naperville motorcycle crash
Local Voices
Senior Living: Making progress on issues; more to be done
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. |
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In Our Parks: Autumn program guide delivery begins July 17
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. |
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