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  • Old favorite Jimmy's in Naperville goes upscale in menu, style Sep 26, 2014 7:28 PM
    Jimmy's Grill in downtown Naperville has changed for the better. In its new incarnation, Jimmy's emphasizes fresh quality fare and dozens of craft beers, many on tap from local breweries, plus it boasts large flat-screen TVs in the bar, dining rooms and on the patio, which on a recent Sunday were showing pro football games.

     
  • Naperville indoor activity center gets name, parking plan Sep 26, 2014 5:07 PM
    Naperville Park District officials have come up with a name for the indoor activity center they’re building and a plan to make sure it has enough parking. The facility now is being called the Fort Hill Activity Center, and 112 of its parking spaces will come from a lease of spots available at the city’s public works headquarters. “We can use it for parking at times when the city doesn’t need it,” park board President Mike Reilly said about the leased parking. “It’s really a common-sense solution.”

     
  • The Illinois Brass Band Presents ‘An Evening With Sousa’ Sep 25, 2014 4:09 PM
    The Illinois Brass Band opens their 2014 -2015 season as they present "An Evening With Sousa."

     
  • Entertain Your Taste Buds Sep 25, 2014 4:13 PM
    Food Tasting to Benefit Children and Adults with Disabilities

     
  • Parking concerns grow at Naperville’s Water Street District Sep 26, 2014 3:14 PM
    There will be fewer public parking spaces than originally planned at the proposed Water Street District development in downtown Naperville. Developers still plan to build a 520-space garage attached to a hotel on the south side of Water Street between Main and Webster streets. But now, guests and employees of the hotel, restaurants, shops and offices planned for the district are expected to take up all but 19 of the available spaces once the block is fully redeveloped.

     
  • North Central College’s dorm plans wins preliminary approval Sep 29, 2014 11:49 AM
    North Central College’s plan to build a five-story dorm with a walkout basement that exceeds the area’s 50-foot height limit by 18 inches has won unanimous support from Naperville’s planning and zoning commission. The college wants to build the dormitory immediately south of two other dorms on Chicago Avenue at Brainard Street. “I don’t see a problem with this; I think it’s completely reasonable,” plan Commissioner Sean Hastings said. “I think it’s a wonderful building.”

     
  • Join DuPage Children’s Museum for first Solar Fest Sep 24, 2014 12:35 PM
    Explore solar energy, climate science and all things sun-related at DuPage Children’s Museum’s first Solar Fest.

     
  • Heidi Frostestad Kuehl named director of NIU Law Library Sep 24, 2014 8:55 PM
    Sycamore resident Heidi Frostestad Kuehl has joined the NIU Law faculty as director of the school’s law library and associate professor.

     
  • Downtown Naperville gets three new businesses Sep 24, 2014 5:15 AM
    Fall is bringing fresh shopping opportunities to downtown Naperville with the recent openings of three new businesses -- DavidsTea, EverEve and J.Crew and more to come in the Main Street Promenade East development. "We already have great appeal with our many shops, but these are just strong anchor stores that really bring people in from near and far," said Katie Wood, executive director of the Downtown Naperville Alliance.

     
  • Renovations to ‘refresh’ Naper Boulevard Library Sep 23, 2014 2:11 PM
    Naper Boulevard Library will get more power plugs, more computers, better lighting and fresher furniture in a renovation project starting in December.“We’re trying to tackle things that we know our customers have asked for,” Library Manager Dave Della Terza said. “One thing people have mentioned a lot is that we don’t have enough power throughout the building, so that’s one thing were definitely addressing.”

     
  • Naperville vet charged with cruelty after dead animals found Sep 23, 2014 9:30 PM
    Misdemeanor animal cruelty charges were filed against a Naperville veterinarian and an employee after authorities found emaciated and dead animals at the vet’s office, Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart announced Tuesday. Dr. Amardeep Sangha, 54, of Naperville and Sharon Cargile, 59, of Chicago were also charged with misdemeanor violation of owner’s duties.

     
  • Naperville ‘Big Ball’ soccer tourney to fight spinal muscular disease Sep 23, 2014 5:15 AM
    Event organizers for the first Big Ball Soccer Tournament in Naperville are practicing their soccer puns, if not so much their soccer skills, in advance of a new event scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 27, that will raise money to fight spinal muscular atrophy. “Things are literally rolling along right now,” said Sue Miranda, one of the coordinators of the event. “People just take a ball and run with it. It’s been awesome.”

     
  • Police: Naperville man had, distributed child porn Sep 23, 2014 4:45 PM
    A Naperville man accused of possessing and disseminating child pornography is awaiting his day in Will County Court after police recently completed a three-month investigation, authorities said. Sami Salminen, 40, of the 4200 block of Rollingridge Road in south Naperville, was taken into custody Thursday and charged with one felony count of possession/dissemination of child pornography, Naperville police said.

     
  • Harvest Pow Wow, Judd-A-Thon, bee sting all lead to new experiences Sep 23, 2014 9:52 AM
    Our Stephanie Penick uses her weekend excursions in Naperville to learn a little bit about Native American culture -- and how to treat a bee sting.

     
  • North Central profs to talk politics Sep 23, 2014 9:43 AM
    North Central College’s political science department will sponsor its first Topics in Politics lecture of the year from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25, in the theater at Meiley-Swallow Hall, 31 S. Ellsworth St.

     
  • Former Naperville resident amazed to be a ‘Spider-Man’ on Broadway Sep 23, 2014 9:52 AM
    Naperville native Craig Henningsen turned his passion for martial arts into a career performing in TV shows, movies and even the Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark." He admits that musical was the toughest challenge of his showbiz career. “I’m still pinching myself because they could have hired much better performers than me at the time,” Henningsen said.

     
  • Chicago Family Fun Expo offers hands-on fun Sep 22, 2014 3:29 PM
    Chicago Family Fun Expo is coming to the DuPage Expo in St. Charles Oct 18-19. The primary goal of the Chicago Family Fun Expo is to assist nonprofits through the promotion of hands-on activities and fun shows and seminars throughout the weekend.

     
  • Constable: Tweets joking about abuse lead to awareness opportunities Sep 22, 2014 5:22 PM
    “It's a knockout deal,” read the tweet offering 20 percent discounts at Cheesie's Pub and Grub. “We're calling it the Ray Rice ;)” “I was so sad to see that, because I personally love Cheesie's,” says Karli Johnson, leader of the Eva Alliance, a new DuPage agency that raises awareness, offers prevention programs and works with the victims of domestic abuse, child abuse and sexual assault. “So I called immediately.”

     
  • ‘Superstar’ patient from Naperville healthy 6 years after tumor removal Sep 22, 2014 5:30 AM
    Annie Wang of Naperville felt like she was on an episode of the doctor show “House” when she was diagnosed with a chordoma, a rare tumor the size of a golf ball at her brain stem, as a 16-year-old in 2008. But six years later, she's a college graduate with no signs of the tumor returning. “I took it in stride and didn’t think of it as a very serious thing,” Wang said.

     
  • Walk to Remember honors babies who died too soon Sep 23, 2014 10:22 AM
    For most of us — the lucky majority — the signs of parenthood are obvious. We have the minivans, the schedules full of playdates and soccer practices. And we have our children, who throw their arms around us at bedtime and say, “I love you too!” Yet some parents aren’t recognizable this way. Like the rest of us, they celebrated their pregnancies, planned for their babies and dreamed of the future as a family. But rather than holding their babies in their arms, they carry the grief of losing a child who never really had the chance to live.

     
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