Check out a recap of what’s going on in sports for the week of 06-10-16.
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Halloween is almost here, and the Naperville Police Department has some safety tips for those heading out to trick-or-treat.
The Downtown Advisory Commission, which is made up of business owners, residents, and city officials is at a crossroads.
The IHSA announced it will start the basketball season as scheduled on November 16. This defies the Governor and IDPH recommendations.
Guidelines for winter sports have been updated by the Governor and Illinois Department of Public Health with basketball now considered high-risk.
Volunteer group, ASEZ, delivered COVID-19 care packages to local first responders at the Naperville police and fire departments.
Due to a significant increase in positive cases, North Central’s Athletic Department has decided to suspend all activities until November 6
Naperville Park District is adjusting to the times and introduced a new event “Halloween Nights Lights”, a drive-thru spooky experience.
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