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The Naperville Fire Department responded to a house fire last night, the District 204 board discussed the impact of TIF Districts on its schools, and we welcome the DuPage Pistol Shrimps.
The Rotary Club of Naperville donates its Festiville proceeds, a bowling rivalry will raise money for Special Olympics, and more success for a Naperville runner.
Aurora held an open house to discuss its Route 59 Corridor Plan, famous dance instructors will be teaching in Naperville, and girls gymnastics leaps into action.
New homes and a church coming to Wagner Farm site, Joseph Cantore requests partial recount for DuPage Forest Preserve seat, and ice menorah lit in downtown Naperville.
5th Avenue Redevelopment stays in Phase 1 with parking and children’s museum location undecided, Wagner Farms site proposal, and 4 Gifts 4 The Holidays campaign.
Dick Portillo visits Naperville, 5th Avenue on city council’s agenda tonight, and Naperville students make All State Boys Soccer Team.
Naperville celebrates Illinois’ bicentennial year, NPD wraps up its Movember fundraiser, and Naperville North girls take second in a national cross country meet.
Three DUI arrests were made over the Thanksgiving holiday, the Laughing Lincoln sculpture was set into place this morning, and a local middle schooler becomes a ninja warrior.
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