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4 hrs ago | Naperville Sun
Turbo, a Scottish Terrier, waits patiently as the blueberry facial wash soaks, cleansing and brightening tear stains especially visible on light-colored furs.
8 hrs ago | Naperville Sun
Between positive shout outs to parents and students at the end of school day at the intersection of Magnolia Lane and Elmwood Drive, Elmwood Elementary School Safety Director and PE teacher Corby Howard was busy training members of the student safety patrol while directing the steady stream of school-related traffic.
11 hrs ago | Daily Herald
The B-17 bomber Aluminum Overcast takes off on its first of two 30-minute flights on Monday at the Aurora Airport.
Employers and workers do best when the job and the employee are a good fit, experts agree.
Otto Becker's thoughts turned to prayer as he sat on a bench with 165 mph winds flinging people 18 feet into the air just inches away from him.
Naperville police on Saturday were continuing their search for the man who robbed another man of his wallet at gunpoint near a popular movie theater.
Shuttles: Visitors are urged to use the free shuttles that will run between the Fling area and three remote parking lots.
Aurora Public Library invites the community to meet dozens of local authors of various genres at the free "Catch a Bunch of Authors Fair" from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
A Naperville woman, her twin sister and a friend are sewing roughly 60 pillowcases a month and giving them to the hospital in a project they call KaLaCares.
Naperville Park Board members are continuing to crunch numbers in light of the Parks and Recreational Facility Construction grant the district learned it had received in July.
It's still summer for a few more days, and the Naperville Jaycees Last Fling festival offers one way to take advantage of it.
The second of three men charged with mailing a package containing five pounds of marijuana last year to a house on Naperville's south side has been convicted in that case.
Before Meadow Glens Elementary School opened its doors last week, members of the school community took the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness for ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
The debate over the origins of dogs that can be sold legally in Naperville will resume Tuesday night, when City Council members will take a look at their options for addressing the controversy.
Two Naperville men are facing felony drug charges after they allegedly sold MDMA, commonly known as Ecstasy, and cocaine to undercover officers earlier this month.
Up for consideration Issue: Municipal funding for social services. Background: Each year, the city allocates $500,000 to support specific areas of local need, prioritizing special services, seniors' needs, self-sufficiency, youth and special populations.
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Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 11:33 pm
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