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Little Friends: Be inspired to help

During the past month, I had the privilege of being invited to speak to several individuals with foundations where their location for the winter...

Real Life – Fun in the Sun

Most days I wake up happy, just excited to be alive. But at times when my internal sun just seems to refuse to shine,...

Journey with Autism – Lessons learned living life in Italy

I’m told that in life both poor and rich, young and old, want love and life filled with boldly peaceful days. During a recent trip...

Lustgarten Walk returns July 17

ANN ZEDIKER, ADDIE TEDROW and JENNIFER TEDROW are enthusiastic about the success of local efforts that grow each year for pancreatic research during the...

Growing up in Naperville – Ron’s 78th Memorial Day Parade

April showers bring May flowers! How many times have you heard that very old statement? For me, the month of May has many memories, the...

Employment Update and Strategies for Securing Additional Workers Needed

In reviewing the most recent Illinois Department of Employment Security unemployment report, Naperville has a lower unemployment rate than most surrounding communities as well...

Service

Fort Payne NSDAR holds annual awards ceremony

In April, Fort Payne Chapter NSDAR held its annual awards ceremony, recognizing recipients from area middle schools and high schools as DAR Good Citizens;...

City News

Naperville Salutes banner program honors local military, past and present

Above / During March and April, plans for a personalized banner program, "Naperville Salutes," were presented to various organizations by Dick Dublinski, Director of...

Columnists

Science Corner – Look up at the sky!

In elementary school were you very interested in dinosaurs or insects, or stars and planets? If so, I hope you still are because that...

Schools

Science Corner – Look up at the sky!

In elementary school were you very interested in dinosaurs or insects, or stars and planets? If so, I hope you still are because that...

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LOCAL BUSINESS

Employment Update and Strategies for Securing Additional Workers Needed

In reviewing the most recent Illinois Department of Employment Security unemployment report, Naperville has a lower unemployment rate than most surrounding communities as well...

Sales Focus – Be enthusiastic and heat up your sales

Hopefully everyone in your organization is focused on sales. Everyone in front of your customers selling your products and services should exude contagious enthusiasm. For...

Real Estate Logic – ‘The Right Time to Move’

Is this the right time for you to move on to another home? It may or may not be, depending on a number of...

The Inequities of Inflation

CULTURE / ARTS

Nutrition Knowledge – Watering the gut microbiome to ‘grow’ good bacteria

Continuing our series on the gut microbiome and our health, we need to understand just how much proper hydration plays a vital role in...

Growing up in Naperville – Ron’s 78th Memorial Day Parade

April showers bring May flowers! How many times have you heard that very old statement? For me, the month of May has many memories, the...

Merchant, Postmaster, Alderman, Mayor

Samuel Mather was born March 7, 1847, in Whallonsburgh, Essex County, New York. He was one of ten children of Joshua Emery Mather and...
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