Elzbieta Plackowska Sentenced
Elzbieta Plackowska has been sentenced to natural life in prison for the murder of her 7-year-old son, Justin, and Olivia Dworakowski, the 5-year-old girl who was in her care. The 45-year-old Naperville woman stabbed the two to death on October 30, 2012. DuPage County Judge Robert Miller handed down the sentence on Friday.
Hazardous Waste Facility
The Naperville Household Hazardous Waste Facility on Fort Hill Drive could see a major reduction in operations or even be shut down. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency is putting a cap on the facility’s expenses in 2018 at $250,000, less than half of the $516,000 paid in 2017. Any costs past that would need to be covered by the City of Naperville and the other communities that use the facility. The current agreement expires on December 31.
Santa’s Reindeer Visit Naperville
Sleight Street became Sleigh Street last night when some of Santa’s helpers visited. Two of Santa’s reindeer and some elves came to meet and greet trolley riders and take a few photos. The Sweda family invited the reindeer to their home to accept donations for the Ronald McDonald House and Phil Lawler Batting 4 a Cure.
Boys Swimming Invitational
The Neuqua Valley boys swimming invitational was held on Saturday. The host Wildcats picked up event wins in the 50 freestyle with Kyri Chen and in the 100 freestyle where freshman Connor Boyle touched the wall first. Jared Simpson from Waubonsie Valley won in both the 100 backstroke and in the 200 medley, where the senior set a new meet record. The Warriors finished third as a team. Naperville North’s Horace Qiao won the 100 fly for the Huskies. Neuqua Valley also won both the 200 and 400 freestyle relays to beat out St. Charles East for the Invite Championship.
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