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Naperville Central students walkout to protest gun violence, area parents organize a “kindness walk”, and the boy’s gymnastics teams duel in their conference meet.
Carson’s Furniture Clearance Center to close along with other Carson’s, upgrades and renovations at Edward Cancer Center, and STEM Career Expo at Fermilab.
Pedal pubs banned from Naperville, Naperville Jaycees Park design approved, and Metea takes on North in boys volleyball.
Naperville Crime Stoppers are offering a reward for information, NCHS students plan a school walkout, and a Metea Valley alum won a National Championship.
Idalynn Wenhold honored with scholarship in her name, awards given at One Nation Under God breakfast, and highlights of the weekend girls track invitational.
A robbery at Costello Jewelry yesterday, Ignite the Night will honor Idalynn Wendhold this weekend, and highlights from Waubonsie versus Benet boys volleyball.
Loaves & Fishes hosts their first Naperville Chef Showdown, it’s National Grilled Cheese Day, MLK Jr. talk at library and boys baseball kicks off.
Victim services information fair, District 203 is top district in the state, and softball and girls soccer are back on the field.
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