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  • '9 to 5' goes from screen to stage

    '9 to 5' goes from screen to stage
    What a way to make a livin'. If you've ever worked the rat race with a boss who's out to get you, then you probably can relate to "9 to 5: The Musical," the second production of Summer Place Theatre's 2014 season. It runs Friday, July 11 through July 20...
  • Naperville D203 studying changes to science curriculum

    Naperville D203 studying changes to science curriculum
    Naperville Unit District 203 may be changing up the order in which high school students take science classes. Under the proposal, freshmen would start off with chemistry, sophomores would take biology and juniors would take physics. "Creating the...
  • Ribfest – there's now an app for that

     Ribfest – there's now an app for that
    Ribs and music. Or is it music and ribs? Even organizers hotly debate whether it's the entertainment or the food that's the bigger draw when it comes to Ribfest, Naperville's Fourth of July festival. "There are people who say it's the ribs, and people...
  • Naperville Central: Softball team 1 game short of final four

    Naperville Central's softball team was a game away from making the final four in Class 4A at the Illinois High School Association state tournament. But the Redhawks came up short in a 4-2 loss to Sandburg at the Naperville Super Sectional on June 9 at...
  • William E. 'Bill' Young, 1935–2014

     William E. 'Bill' Young, 1935–2014
    Bill Young's introduction to wrestling began after he was involved in a little "scuffle" while a student at Thornton Township High School in Harvey in the 1950s. "They told him either we're going to call your parents, or you can join the wrestling team,...
  • Coping with computers, circa 1950s

    Coping with computers, circa 1950s
    Who's smarter: humans or machines? Find out in the '50s romantic comedy "The Desk Set," the first show of Summer Place Theatre's season. The production runs from Friday to June 22 at Naperville Central High School. A cast of 14 local actors take on...
  • Softball | Central never recovers from early hole

    Softball | Central never recovers from early hole
    Naperville Central's softball team succeeded much of this year by getting out to early leads and relying on strong pitching. In their Class 4A supersectional playoff game against Sandburg High School at North Central College on Monday, the tables were...
  • 5 from Naperville Central headed to state

    Naperville Central's tennis team dominated the Waubonsie Valley sectional, which concluded over the weekend. Central scored 29 points, well ahead of Marmion Academy's 16. Freshman Bill Zhang made an impressive debut in his first postseason action,...
  • Boys soccer | Central's tie match pleases coach

    Boys soccer | Central's tie match pleases coach
    It didn't take Naperville Central's boys' soccer team long to score the first goal of the season in their much-anticipated opening game against Morton High School on Monday night. But Morton was able to respond with a late goal on the Redhawks' home field...
  • Kolzow's good hands a life-saver for No. 6 Naperville Central

    Kolzow's good hands a life-saver for No. 6 Naperville Central
    Mike Kolzow isn't the tardy type, so the ribbing Naperville Central coach Mike Stine gave him was good-natured on the February morning Kolzow showed up late to a weight-lifting session. The most excusable defense imaginable did not manifest until...
  • North's Brown takes title at golf tourney

    This wasn't even close. Naperville North's Griffin Brown won the individual title in the Naperville Invitational boys golf tournament on Aug. 19 in convincing fashion. He shot a 72 to help North win the tournament by three strokes. The next best...