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01/20/14 Technology Center of DuPage prepares high school students for changing workplace
By Susan Dibble - Some people call Technology Center of DuPage the best-kept secret in DuPage County. Juniors and seniors from DuPage County and Lyons Township high school districts go there to explore career pathways, earn free college credit and get a head start on... FULL STORY
01/17/14 'Rooftop pastor' to speak at DuPage Dr. Martin Luther King celebration
By Susan Dibble - When organizers of this year's annual DuPage County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebratation looked for a keynote speaker, they wanted someone local who was high-profile enough to bring in an audience. The Rev. Corey B. Brooks Sr., known as the... FULL STORY
01/13/14 Naperville therapist writes book to help kids experiencing parents' divorce
By Susan Dibble - Tanny Daniele - a therapist, mediator, child specialist and parent coordinator in Naperville - has written a children's book, "I Love You Penelope Rose," for kids whose parents are3 going through divorce. FULL STORY
01/08/14 Melissa Sallée strives to spread the joy of dance
By Susan Dibble - Melissa Sallee, a choregraper and teacher with Naperville Park District's Dance Academy, is also assistant director of Dance>Detour, a mixed-abilities ensemble of dancers with and without disabilities based in Chicago. Members of both groups... FULL STORY
12/10/13 If you go
By Susan Dibble - When Aurora Rotarian Pam Bellm approached the Sheridan Correctional Center last year about having inmates in a welding classes help make decorations for the Aurora's Festival of Lights, she was looking for a business deal -- a way to have the work... FULL STORY
12/09/13 Former federal agent Mark Rusin turns experiences into crime novel
By Susan Dibble - Lombard resident Mark Rusin is a former cop and federal agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. He was a first responder to the Las Vegas MGM Grand hotel fire in 1980 and has worked in the White House. His crime novel,... FULL STORY
11/20/13 New museum exhibit explores Sandburg's life and times in Elmhurst
By Susan Dibble - Prairie poet and newspaperman, folk song collector and movie critic, political activitist and family man, Lincoln biograher and children's book author, Carl Sandburg spent some of his most productive years in Elmhurst, where he lived with his wife... FULL STORY
11/13/13 Glen Ellyn woman's nonprofit brings comfort to shelter animals
By Susan Dibble - Glen Ellyn resident Linda Kozlowski began making blankets for kittens in the DuPage Animal Control Shelter in 2007 and two years later Comfort for Critters formally organized as a nonprofit. Today, with the help of volunteers, Kozlowski ships more... FULL STORY
11/06/13 New light displays make their debut this year in the Western Suburbs
By Susan Dibble - New holiday light displays are joining longtime favoities during this year's holiday season in the Western suburbs. FULL STORY
10/30/13 Can you afford that? Bensenville author says maybe not
By Susan Dibble - Bensenville resident Andrew Thies, a commercial artist who makes a salary of less than $30,000 a year, has gone to Europe several times in the last five years, owns a condo, put himself through school and still has money in the bank. He tells others... FULL STORY
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