Additional cameras could be coming to the grounds at Naperville’s Ribfest. The City Council is expected to vote on the installation of three additional security cameras at Knoch Park, which would bring a total of five cameras to the area. The cameras can help identity large crowds gathering and potential fights.
Traffic patterns are about to change along Washington Street in Naperville. Beginning this month, temporary rolling lane closures will occur along Washington Street between Warrenville and Royce Roads from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. The closures are necessary to allow for installation of adaptive traffic signal control equipment for the second phase of the City’s Centralized Traffic Management System Project.
David Ross Visits Town
And it’s safe to say yesterday was a big W in the eyes of local Cubs fans. World Series Champion and Dancing With The Stars runner-up David Ross, stopped by Anderson’s Bookshop to sign copies of his new book “Teammate.” 1000 tickets were sold with each ticket entering a family into the signing line. Fans also got to take a quick picture with the now retired Cub.
Neuqua Valley Lacrosse
As the high school sports season winds down to the final games, Neuqua Valley boys lacrosse hoped to extend its historic run. The Wildcats made the state semi finals for the first time in program history after upsetting Grayslake North on Saturday, but 11-time state champion New Trier stood in the way with a trip to state on the line. The Trevians jumped out to a 6-2 lead after the first quarter, but Neuqua battled back to cut the lead down to just two. Despite the Wildcats best efforts, they were unable to catch up to the high powered New Trier offense. New Trier advances to the state title game after a 16-7 win. Neuqua Valley finishes the year with a record of 18 and 4.
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