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Man who nearly hit pedestrians in Naperville guilty of DUI
A motorist who nearly hit a group of pedestrians last spring in full view of a Naperville police officer has been convicted of drunken driving.
5 hrs ago
Woman on the run for 11 years convicted of theft
An area woman who spent 11 years as a fugitive after stealing from the Aurora hospital where she worked has been sentenced to jail.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Glen Ellyn expecting new businesses in next few months
Glen Ellyn's business community will get a little bigger in the next few months with several establishments scheduled to open, offering goods and services ranging from Mexican food to pet supplies.
Dog owners in Wheaton can surely use Dogalize US
You know that winter has broken when you see the people on the Wheaton streets with their pooch leading the pack, ready to be out and about during the months where we don't have to trudge through several inches of snow.
Once a movie extra, Wheaton grad now a movie director
If you hit the pause button during the bouquet-tossing scene of the 1997 movie "My Best Friend's Wedding," you might catch a glimpse of Karen Teune in her yellow dress.
Path to remember: The 50-year history of the Illinois Prairie Path
Timeline A brief history of the Illinois Prairie Path: 1961: Land becomes available.
Man nabbed in Naperville prostitution ring sentenced
The fourth of six people who were arrested two years ago in an anti-prostitution effort conducted by Naperville police has been sentenced for his role in that matter.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
DuPage County Fair wraps up Sunday in Wheaton
On Sunday, demolition derby drivers will roar into the grandstand area -- and each other -- for the ever popular event at 1 and 7:30 p.m. The YGS Group provides digital and printed reprint services for Daily Herald.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Suit claims surgeon was called 'butcher' by chiropractor
An orthopedic surgeon has filed a defamation lawsuit in DuPage County, alleging a chiropractor called him a "butcher" and said the surgeon planned an unnecessary medical procedure on a high school athlete because he needed money for a divorce.
DuPage board candidate pleads guilty in Wisconsin dispute case
Saying he has learned from his mistake, the Democratic nominee for a DuPage County Board seat pleaded guilty this week to two misdemeanor charges stemming from a domestic dispute earlier this year in Wisconsin.
The Doings Weekly
Sunshine propels start of 60th annual DuPage County Fair
The DuPage County Fair is open 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday at the DuPage County Fairgrounds at 2015 Manchester Road in Wheaton.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Kane Co. Chronicle
PlayHouse project raffle raises funds, awareness
GENEVA – One of the four custom-made playhouses that will be raffled off for Changing Children's Worlds Foundation's PlayHouse Project will be compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act.
Bar worker escapes handcuffs, hurts 2 Naperville cops July 24
An employee of a popular downtown Naperville bar remained in jail Thursday night, after he allegedly punched his manager and then slightly injured two Naperville police officers, after escaping from the handcuffs in which they had secured him.
Wheaton Brew Fest Returns Next Weekend
Submitted by the Wheaton Park District Wheaton Brew Fest is returning to Wheaton in less than two short weeks.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Midways and monster trucks at DuPage County Fair
The DuPage County Fair opened its five-day run Wednesday with hundreds of vendors, countless carnival rides, and plenty of performers and grandstand shows featuring monster trucks, rodeo cowboys and even a wine and beer tasting.
Golf Notes: 40th Naperville City Men's Championship this weekend
Frankfort's Glenn Przybylski returns to Naperville this weekend to defend his title in the 40th Annual City Men's Championship.
Naperville woman sentenced in mother-son DUI case
A Naperville woman who was drunk last winter when she drove to the aid of her inebriated motorist son was sentenced Tuesday in that case.
Federal money sought for W. Chicago thorium cleanup
DuPage County officials are calling on the federal government to provide roughly $30 million to complete an environmental cleanup at the former Kerr-McGee factory site in West Chicago.
Democrat candidate in 48th House District withdraws
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
Coroner: 2 men drowned in Naperville quarry crash
WHEATON – The DuPage County coroner says drowning is the preliminary cause of death for two men killed when a car plunged into a water-filled quarry.