Highlights from this week in local sports!
Fit 4 A Cure is an initiative to help raise money for Project Cure created by four Metea Valley students by getting the community moving.
As D204 makes the transition from remote learning to a hybrid-learning model next week, they’re looking at new metrics to make the switch.
The ‘world’s first’ artificial intelligence robotic restaurant is coming to Naperville. The revolutionarily business is set to open in April.
The IHSA announced that the winter athletic season will remain on pause through at least the rest of the month, with hopes of returning to play in February.
Naperville City Council will consider bringing on Loaves & Fishes as a city partner to help manage delinquent utility accounts.
A group of Neuqua Valley students started KidsTeachKids+ – free online tutoring to help their peers with the challenges of remote learning.
Loaves & Fishes recently purchased a warehouse in Aurora to serve as a hub where food can be received and stored.
Naperville North High School junior, Nicholas Boettcher, received a 2021 National Youngarts Foundation award in Classical Music Performance.
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