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  The City of Naperville reminds residents to take precautions to ensure their health, safety and well-being during days of high heat and humidity.

Cooling centers available for dealing with heat

Updated: 7/18/2011 07:39 PM

  The hot sound of jazz comes center stage at The Wheaton Municipal Band concert at 8PM on Thursday, July 21 in Memorial Park.

Hot jazz cools the summer heat July 21

Updated: 7/18/2011 07:13 PM

  True North Consultants is growing in Naperville. Brian S. Mihelich talks about its future.

True North Consultants growing in Naperville

Updated: 7/18/2011 06:11 AM

  Here's the real situation: It turns out MTV's "Jersey Shore" isn't killing New Jersey's reputation after all. It may even be helping a bit by bringing attention to the real Jersey shore.

Poll: 'Jersey Shore' not hurting New Jersey image

Updated: 7/18/2011 03:01 PM

  Harry Potter had an even bigger weekend than his Hollywood headmasters first projected. Sunday revenues for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" came in higher than anticipated, giving the film a $169.2 million opening weekend domestically.

'Harry Potter' record weekend climbs to $169.2M

Updated: 7/18/2011 02:16 PM

  "I don't have the heart to write any sad songs," in these tough times says country music legend Dolly Parton, who brings her "Better Day" world tour to the Rosemont Theatre on Thursday, July 28. Parton hopes her new uplifting tunes provide a respite...

Parton's Better Day tour aims for the uplifting

Updated: 7/19/2011 03:35 PM

  A 12-person crew, including a 19-year-old Arlington Heights man, may have prevented an even greater loss of life when it pulled six sailors from the treacherous Lake Michigan waters that killed two people during the annual Race to Mackinac early...

Arlington Hts. man part of Mackinac race rescue crew

Updated: 7/19/2011 04:59 AM

  Students who buy their lunch in Elgin Area District U-46 schools may need to scrounge around the couch for an extra dime a day beginning next semester.

U-46 lunch prices may rise a dime a day

Updated: 7/18/2011 11:06 PM

  North Aurora residents will pay about 25 percent less for their electricity starting this fall. The village board on Monday authorized a deal with Integrys Energy Services. Residents will pay 5.75 cents per kilowatt hour for two years, and small...

N. Aurora residents to pay less for electricity

Updated: 7/18/2011 11:04 PM

  Republican lawmakers moved ahead Monday on a doomed plan to amend the U.S. Constitution to require a balanced federal budget.

House acts on doomed debt reduction plan

Updated: 7/18/2011 09:36 PM

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