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  The City of Naperville reminds residents and interested parties of the upcoming street closures and parking restrictions that will be in effect throughout the Naperville Jazz Festival taking place from 4 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 18 at Central...

Streets closed June 18 for Naperville Jazz Festival

Updated: 6/17/2011 07:12 PM

  Over 300 community residents are expected to join together to help create a world with less cancer and more Birthdays. The American Cancer Society's Relay For Life of Lake Forest and Lake Bluff will take place on Saturday, June 25 at Northwestern...

Join June 25 Relay For Life of Lake Forest and Lake Bluff

Updated: 6/17/2011 07:11 PM

  The Stevenson High School Scholastic Bowl team finished fourth at two national tournaments recently.

Stevenson Scholastic Bowl team finishes 4th in nation

Updated: 6/17/2011 07:05 PM

  Stevenson High School's Patriot Recreation Education Program (PREP) is offering 16 camps and courses for high school, junior high and middle school students in July.

Stevenson PREP offers 16 camps, courses in July

Updated: 6/17/2011 07:06 PM

  The White Sox didn't care much for the Metrodome. They're starting to dislike Target Field as well. Nick Blackburn pitched eight shutout innings for the Minnesota Twins, and Michael Cuddyer's home run was enough to beat Mark Buehrle and the White...

Buehrle good, but not good enough

Updated: 6/16/2011 06:01 PM

  Jake Peavy put up impressive numbers in Thursday night's rehab start for Class AAA Charlotte, and Dayan Viciedo took another swing at joining a White Sox offense in need of some help.

Peavy throws 6 scoreless innings in rehab start

Updated: 6/17/2011 05:36 AM

  The Pride threatened, but the Bandits prevailed in a 1-0 decision in Thursday night's home opener at Rosemont Stadium. The 1,360 fans that showed up set a stadium record for attendance, surpassing the crowds that attended exhibition games.

Bandits break in stadium with a walk-off winner

Updated: 6/17/2011 05:30 AM

  Bears place-kicker and player representative Robbie Gould sees some positive signs that could signal an end to the NFL's lockout of players, but there is still much work to be done before training camps open.

Bears' Gould optimistic as NFL talks continue

Updated: 6/16/2011 08:17 PM

  The Illinois High School Association announces changes to its policies on enrollment multiplier waivers for non-boundaried schools and how sports are classified on Thursday.

IHSA changes classification policies

Updated: 6/16/2011 08:14 PM

  As the rookie head coach of the Chicago Rush in the newly reorganized Arena Football League, former star player Bob McMillen of Naperville is much more than just an Xs and Os guy. Bob LeGere profiles this AFL legend, who has his team standing tall...

For Rush head coach, hard work paying off

Updated: 6/16/2011 05:25 PM

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