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National Charity League president Shauna James first experienced the organization in ninth grade when her mother told her they would be joining.
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Sunny skies and warm temperatures don't hurt, either. Sorry Illinois. NOT OUR GAME: McSweeney said Illinois lawmakers should lower taxes for all businesses, not just some.
With all the hustle and bustle of the holidays it's easy to forget those who are less fortunate.
Curious to know what that new large building is next to xSport Fitness on 75th Street? Or how about all of the dirt being stirred up next to Cooper's Hawk Restaurant? Well, look no further because Patch has the answers.
Paul J. Santucci, who is also a member of the Naperville Township Republican Organization's executive board, is free on $100 bond and scheduled to appear Dec. 17 in McLean County Circuit Court.
An anonymous donor, who supported Salvation Army programs in the past, is promising to match all donations up to $5,000 at three red kettles in Naperville and Bolingbrook beginning Dec. 13, officials said Tuesday.
The Naperville community is invited to gather on Dec. 31 for a free, family-friendly countdown to the New Year at the Millennium Carillon on Rotary Hill at 6 p.m. and again at midnight.
Like Kolie's Home Kreations on Facebook for updates and more information. When and how did your business get started? After moving to Oswego in March and quitting my job due to the commute I had to find something to do for income.
Instrumental music education will begin in sixth grade instead of fifth for future students in Indian Prairie Unit District 204 as the district works to make band and orchestra training more consistent and increase student retention.
Rube Goldberg was a Pulitzer Prize cartoonist, best known for his wacky inventions.
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North Central College football standout Steve Hlavac is using his athletic background to his advantage.
A kettle on display as Salvation Army Elgin Corps celebrate the start of the holiday season at their Red Kettle Campaign Kick-Off Ceremony at Otto Engineering in Carpentersville.
Naperville police on Friday said they have identified a suspect in 10 burglaries committed last spring and summer at an upscale retirement community on the city's far northwest side, crimes that netted the burglar more than $23,000 in cash and jewelry from the center's elderly residents.
Laurie Hamen, a longtime vice president at North Central College in Naperville, will become the ninth president of Mount Mercy University in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.