Naperville Now 12-8-17

December 8, 2017
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Bank Robbery

The PNC Bank at 9 E. Ogden Avenue in Naperville was robbed around 1 p.m. yesterday. Naperville Police say the man implied he had a weapon. He is described as about 6 feet tall, white, with a thin build, and wearing a black jacket with a hood and scarf carrying a shoulder bag. The man left the scene on foot heading north towards Jewel.

Engage 204

The topic was changing school boundaries last night at the second Engage 204 community session. School district officials discussed increasing enrollment on the North side of the district, leaving some schools overcrowded, while the south side has seen declining enrollment. When asked their opinion, community members overwhelmingly stated they prefer to see large-scale changes that will last rather than small changes to boundary lines more often.

Living Windows

Last night some of your favorite holiday movie characters took over the windows of our local shops. Naperville’s Center Stage Players brought Anna and Elsa, the Grinch, and Charlie Brown and his pals to life to celebrate the holiday season.

High School Bowling

Neuqua Valley and Waubonsie Valley hit the lanes last night in a 204 match-up. Neuqua looking for their first win against the Warriors in school history! Waubonsie Valley’s Hailey Cairney landed the second highest score of the evening with a 485. Neuqua Vally junior Molly Pstrzoch rolled some strikes as well, inching her team closer to a victory. The Wildcat’s Shiela Sutfin knocked down five straight strikes, which helped the Wildcats to break the curse and defeat the Warriors by 300 plus points, for the first time ever!