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01/18/11 Naperville library mourns former director
By Bob Smith - A former director of Naperville's downtown Nichols Library is being remembered this week for her many contributions to the community. Miriam B. Fry, 93, of Naperville worked at the Nichols Library beginning in the late 1940s and served as its... FULL STORY
01/04/11 Coyote decoys help combat unwelcome geese at DuPage preserves
By Bob Smith - Not every coyote in Wheaton is looking to chow down on a Chihuahua or munch on a Maltese. There are at least a couple hanging around the Danada Forest Preserve along Naperville Road that seem perfectly content to sway in the breeze and put a little... FULL STORY
01/03/11 Aurora prepares new red light cameras at Ogden and Eola
By Bob Smith - Motorists approaching the intersection of Ogden Avenue and Eola Road on Aurora's far east side this week may want to exercise extra caution. City officials say recently installed red light enforcement cameras at the site will be activated... FULL STORY
12/15/10 Sculpture show to benefit DuPage Co. nonprofit
By Bob Smith - Anybody who knows anything knows this: If you happen to be in the market for a handsome prince, you've got two choices. The first, and most risky, is to wait around for that guy in England to finally get up the nerve to slide a ring on your finger. FULL STORY
12/04/10 Carol Stream photographer wins kudos
By Bob Smith - Graue Mill always has held a place in Ray Vegter's heart. His mom's family helped settle Oak Brook and he grew up along Harger Road, maybe four miles as the crow flies from the iconic mill that once served as a safe house along the Underground... FULL STORY
11/19/10 Naperville inviting 145,000 for community snapshot
By Bob Smith - Getting the perfect family photo for your holiday cards is always a challenge. Someone inevitably seems to be staring off into space as if searching for Santa, or has their eyes closed or has that pesky wisp of hair in their face. FULL STORY
11/15/10 Long road ahead for police union's complaint
By Bob Smith - Don't hold your breath waiting for the Naperville police union's unfair labor practice complaint against the city to weave its way through the legal system. John Brosnan, executive director of the Illinois Labor Relations Board, says the initial... FULL STORY
11/09/10 Naperville cops file unfair labor practice complaint
By Bob Smith and Justin Kmitch - Naperville's police union is taking its escalating battle with the city to the streets and the Illinois Labor Relations Board. Union leaders said Tuesday they have filed an unfair labor practice complaint against the city with the state board. FULL STORY
11/08/10 Naperville lays off six cops
By Bob Smith - Six Naperville police officers were laid off Monday less than a week after the city announced it had reached a three-year contract agreement with its police union that it could not afford. The police union's attorney, Tamara Cummings, said... FULL STORY
11/06/10 Cantigny show features military miniatures
By Bob Smith - Nick Albanese needed a way to relax. His job always took him to different construction sites and often into disputes where a bunch of burly guys were pointing fingers at other burly guys. FULL STORY
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