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The Naperville North boys tennis team learned it still has a way to go if it plans on competing against some of the best teams in the area. "This is a tough tournament, especially this early in the year," said Naperville North coach Heather Henricksen...
Tags: Tennis, University of Chicago
As John Giannini stared into an empty Sprint Center on Sunday night in Kansas City, Mo., he never felt more fulfilled as head coach at La Salle. One hour earlier, Giannini's Explorers somehow discovered in the final seconds how to beat Mississippi for...
While many associate the idea of organ donation with the deceased, advocates stress it's a way for the tragedy of death to bring life to others. "All of us have the potential to, in effect, outlive ourselves," said Todd Storch, founder of the Taylor's...
A referendum asking Naperville voters if they want to continue electing city councilmen at large can stay on the April ballot, the city's electoral board ruled Tuesday. "To me I think it should be a clear decision it should go forth, be on the ballot,"...
When his wife suffered a stroke last month, Robert Campo said the paramedics who came to her rescue were nothing short of heroic. "I'm forever indebted to them," he said from the Des Plaines rehabilitation center where his wife Bernice, 84, is still...
Tags: Fires, Stroke, Advanced Life Support
Special to the TribuneA former guidance counselor and track coach at Naperville North High School was sentenced Tuesday to 30 days of work release in the DuPage County jail for sexually abusing a student. John Carbonaro had pleaded guilty last month to one count of...
Tags: Trials, Punishment
As everyone knows, America's jazz hotspots are Chicago, New York, New Orleans and … Elmhurst? Well, as of tomorrow evening, at least, the western suburb will indeed be pulsing with the music, as jazz stars and student ensembles from across the...
Special to the TribuneA man who was stabbed during a confrontation that cost a Naperville teacher his life has filed a lawsuit against the club where the clash happened. William Hayes III is suing Frankie's Blue Room in Naperville and owner Riff Menza, claiming the bar over-...
Tags: Trials, Litigation, Injuries and Wounds
Naperville's leaders in law enforcement and liquor control say the combination of extra police and cooperation from bar owners has helped curb alcohol-fueled violent incidents that plagued the downtown last year. "It's the establishments that are taking...
A slight dip in unemployment rates has officials in some near northwest suburbs cautiously optimistic for a warming economic climate. According to recently released unemployment statistics from the Illinois Department of Employment Security, the...
Special to the TribuneA Plainfield man was enveloped in a “fog of rage” and anger when he turned abruptly in front of a motorcyclist and caused a fatal accident, a DuPage County prosecutor said Friday at the conclusion of the man’s trial. DuPage County Judge...
Tags: Lombard, Lawyers, Crime, Law and Justice, Prosecution, Trials
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