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Hofbrauhaus Chicago taps its new spring Maibock Friday, April 25. This limited-time brew is the brainchild of Hofbrauhaus Brewmaster Elias Pichler, who created a refreshing and stronger brew with 7.2 percent alcohol content.
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That's a tall order in the Chicago area, where the $17 billion grocery industry is crowded and the margins are razor-thin.
Shade B. Brown, 24, of Lisle, is free on bond and awaiting trial on a charge of prostitution, in connection with an incident earlier this month in which three bullets were fired into an occupied car parked near Interstate 88 on Naperville's far north side.
Perhaps it had to do with the Easter holiday weekend. Or the unseasonably warm weather after a truly brutal winter.
The third annual KidsMatter Ignite the Nite benefit showcase concert will raise money for ParentsMatter Too, an initiative to help parents help their kids avoid making life-threatening choices.
A Naperville man is accused of slapping a bartender in the face after she refused to serve him any more drinks, authorities said Tuesday.
Madison Junior High in Naperville will be getting a new front entrance with security and energy efficiency upgrades this summer, but one school board member questioned why that school is getting special treatment.
The music blasted the Rednex version of "Cotton Eye Joe" as the students trotted around the Owen Elementary School's gymnasium to the heavy beat of the music.
The city of Naperville has been named one of the best cities for new college graduates, according to a recent study by Livability.com .
Solid colored tanks exclusively sold at Dean's in downtown Naperville supplement almost any style.
After two weeks to study the elimination of the LEAP reading intervention program and elementary enrichment pull-out sessions, the Naperville District 203 School Board is expected to make a decision Monday.
These are incidents reported by the Naperville Police Department. Where charges have been filed, the report includes when and where the suspect was stopped or taken into custody and the nature of the charges.
On April 7 Smallcakes: A Cupcakery opened its debut Illinois franchise at the bustling North Town Plaza at 115 E. Ogden Ave. in Naperville.
The students, faculty and staff of Naperville's North Central College are inviting community members to join in for the eighth annual day of service called Intersection.
The rich patch of green space in the heart of Naperville that celebrates the city's past is not ignoring its future.
Erin Sarris crossed the finish line about 25 minutes before the first bomb exploded.