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  The City of Naperville reminds residents that the latest edition of its resident newsletter Naperville Connected is now available to view as a PDF at www.naperville.il.us/connected.aspx.

Volume I, Issue 7 of Naperville Connected Now Available

Updated: 11/2/2011 12:10 PM

  Vista Health System will be providing free prostate cancer screenings on Sunday, Nov. 6, at the Family First Center of Lake County in conjunction with the Jesus Name Apostolic Church. The screenings reflect a concerted effort by Vista to raise...

Vista to Offer Free Prostate Cancer Screenings Nov. 6

Updated: 11/2/2011 12:10 PM

  Northwest Suburban High School District 214 is recognizing its long-standing partnership with Motorola with a newly created award. The school board presented Matthew Blakely, executive director of the Motorola Solutions Foundation, with the first...

District 214 award recognizes partnership with Motorola

Updated: 11/2/2011 04:23 PM

  In what has become a "Make A Difference Day" tradition for St. Hubert Catholic School in Hoffman Estates, the 500 students, their teachers and staff members collected more than 3,000 food items that were delivered to the Schaumburg Township Food...

St. Hubert students 'Make a Difference'

Updated: 11/2/2011 02:22 PM

  Charles "Lynn" Buckingham lived a charmed life in upstate New York, graduating from prep school. That changed one week after turning 18, when he reported for duty with the Marine Corps, an event which shaped his life.

Marine Corps, WW II showed Barrington man what's important

Updated: 11/2/2011 02:21 PM

  In 1942, Jack Roche graduated from high school at 16 and started work at a factory that made rifle triggers. He enlisted in the Army on his 18th birthday and served at a field hospital in France."During the Battle of the Bulge truckloads of wounded...

How WWII shaped Barrington resident's life

Updated: 11/2/2011 02:21 PM

  Halloween started early for 160 youngsters who attended the Halloween Fun Fair on Wednesday thrown by Saint Viator High School's student council members.

St. Viator treats little ghosts and goblins

Updated: 11/2/2011 02:22 PM

  A federal judge has rejected a proposed agreement that would have allowed a co-owner of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder to build a resort along Lake Michigan.

Judge rejects deal to allow Lake Michigan resort

Updated: 11/2/2011 06:45 AM

  Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan asked the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to examine how Exelon Corp.'s $7.98 billion takeover of Constellation Energy Group Inc. might affect the state's power markets.

AG Madigan asks feds to probe Exelon-Constellation power merger

Updated: 11/2/2011 12:16 PM

  Stock indexes closed with broad gains Wednesday as international leaders scramble to save a week-old plan to prevent a financial crisis in Europe. Strong corporate earnings and a bump up in hiring by private companies also helped send markets higher...

Stocks recover after a two-day slump

Updated: 11/2/2011 04:11 PM

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