Heaven on Seven Closes:
After 14 years, Heaven on Seven in Naperville has shut its doors. The Cajun inspired restaurant closed on January 1, as the owner decided not to renew their lease. Though the location at 224 S. Main Street will no longer be in operation, their Chicago location on Wabash Avenue is still open.
A Safer Naper:
The Naperville Police Department is ringing in the New Year with a new safety campaign. “A Safer Naper” will be the motto of the team, with a new safety theme put out each month to educate residents on how to prevent crime and enhance their safety. January’s focus is “Resolve to be Safe,” educating others on programs that can help do just that, such as Naper Notify and Smart 911.
New Park District Website:
And there’s a new look for the Naperville Park District’s website. The new mobile-friendly site has improved features like updated navigation, faster page loads, more photo and video content, and a new event calendar. They began planning the redesign last year, gathering feedback from staff and residents.
The Champaign News Gazette recently released its 36th edition of the All State Girls Volleyball Team and several Naperville area players were honored. Naperville Central senior Sarah Shank was named to the All State 2nd team thanks to her 405 kills, 201 digs and 62 aces. Mikaila Dowd from Metea Valley was a special mention selection after leading the Mustangs to a program record 27 wins. A pair of juniors was named as honorable mentions, as Naperville North’s Sarah Kushner helped the Huskies to a regional title. Setter Ally Van Eekeren also played a pivotal role in Benet Academy’s regional championship and sectional final appearance.
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