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04/12/11 Glen Ellyn man studies great-grandfather's Civil War letters
By Susan Dibble - Fred Miller of Glen Ellyn never cared much about history until he inherited the letters and diaries of his great-grandfather, a Union soldier in the Civil War. Now a Civil War buff, Miller has written a book that marriee the personal documents with... FULL STORY
03/29/11 Benedictine's new ministry director reaches out to students
By Susan Dibble - Several staffers with The Candor, Benedictine University's student newspaper, recently dropped in to say hello to Mark Kurowski, the new director of university ministry. Kurowski writes a column for the weekly student publication in Lisle and wants... FULL STORY
03/28/11 Naperville church shows its generosity
By Susan Dibble - Community Christian Church members donated $529,000 in a single weekend's offering, knowing the money would support ministries working as near as Aurora and as far as Haiti and the Philippines. FULL STORY
03/17/11 Glen Ellyn church revives popular Easter Passion play after 11-year hiatus
By Susan Dibble - First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn's "Jerusalem Journey" helps audience members walk with Jesus in the last days of his life. Six performances will be given March 19-20. FULL STORY
03/14/11 Lombard attorney helps immigrant victims of domestic violence
By Susan Dibble - Nobuko Kudo of Lombard, a Japnese immigrant and attorney who serves on the board of Life Span, focuses her practice on representing immigrants who are victims of domestic violence. FULL STORY
03/03/11 Vienna Boys Choir coming to Naperville's North Central
By Susan Dibble - Their voices have been called angelic. They've reigned as a premier musical group for more than 500 years.Now, the world-famous Vienna Boys Choir will appear locally during a performance at 6 p.m. Sunday, March 6, at North Central... FULL STORY
03/02/11 Center for Independent Living plans Trivia Night
By Susan Dibble - The DuPage Center for Independent Living offers support for people with all sorts of disabilities. On Saturday, it will play host to a trivia contest to help raise funds for those programs. FULL STORY
02/25/11 Glen Crest students learn about helping others
By Susan Dibble | Daily Herald Staff Writer - The Glen Crest Builders Club is helping junior high students learn about helping others by tackling a variety of hands-on projects, including visiting a local nursing home. FULL STORY
02/11/11 Why do we love chocolate so much?
By Susan Dibble - No wonder chocolate and Valentine's Day go hand-in-hand. A food that is delicious, romantic and good for you, too -- what better gift for your sweetie? "We love chocolate primarily because it tastes so good. Every time we taste chocolate,... FULL STORY
02/09/11 Naperville artists reinvent masterpieces
By Susan Dibble - The Naperville Art League's "Fabulous Fakes" exhibit features 43 pieces in which local artists have put their own twist on masterpieces. He fooled none other than Hitler's deputy, Hermann Goering. FULL STORY
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