Over 20 Burglaries
Since Friday April 28, there have been over 20 burglaries to unlocked cars in town. The Naperville Police Department is reminding residents to not leave valuables in cars and to lock all vehicles to help prevent theft. Police suspect members of the Florida-based Felony Lane Gang could be to blame for the recent burglaries.
District 203’s New Members
Last night, the District 203 Board of Education said goodbye to longtime members Susan Crotty and Jackie Romberg, who both chose to not run for re-election this year. After their farewell, newly elected board members Paul Leong and Kristine Gericke, and returning elected members Kristin Fitzgerald, Donna Wandke and Charles Cush were all sworn in. The board then elected Fitzgerald as president and Wandke as vice president.
District 204’s New Members
And at last night’s District 204 meeting, the board’s two new members were sworn in. Laurie Donahue and Susan Taylor-Demming were both elected in April and took the seats of Dr. Maria Curry, who did not run for re-election and Dr. Benny White, who was elected to Naperville City Council. The board also elected new officers, with Michael Raczak becoming the new president, Justin Karubas the new VP, and Lori Price the new secretary.
NNHS vs. NVHS Baseball
The weekend’s rain was not enough to prevent Naperville North and Neuqua Valley from squaring off on the diamond last night. The Huskies took an early lead in the third inning after a short rain delay, but the Wildcats offense was simply overpowering. A home run by James Gargano in the third gave Neuqua a 2-1 lead and a grand slam from Eric Nelson in the fifth put the game away. The Wildcats won the game 11 to 1 and remain undefeated on the season with a record of 22-0-1. The Huskies hope to hand Neuqua its first loss when the two teams meet up again this afternoon at 4:30.
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