NCC head coach John Thorne — Jeff’s father — announced Monday that he is retiring at the end of the season. In his place will step Jeff, with the rest of the Cardinals’ coaching staff, as the succession plans were unveiled.
North shot a 330 to win the meet and finish off a perfect UEC River run. Gianna Furrie shot a 76 and Kate Lillie a 79 in finishing first and second, respectively, in the all-conference standings.
Sept. 29 8:39 p.m. |
Led by medalist and conference player of the year Bing Singhsumalee’s 69, the Warriors shot a season-low 321 to win the meet and finish atop the season standings. The Warriors were coming off of a 325 Saturday at the Naperville North Invitational at Naperbrook.
Sept. 29 8:25 p.m. |
Close calls continue to haunt Oswego East, which enters this week’s rivalry game at home against Oswego at 1-4 and needing to win out to have any chance of returning to the playoffs.
Sept. 29 7:28 p.m. |
The man accused of setting fire to the FAA facility in Aurora that grounded 1,800 flights from O'Hare and Midway airports was ordered held without bond following a hearing Monday
Sept. 29 4:48 p.m. |
Aurora police charged four women with prostitution during an undercover operation Friday.
Sept. 29 2:45 p.m. |
The mayors kayaked down the river Saturday to bring attention to both the different challenges and potential opportunities for recreational access along the 15-mile route from North Aurora to Yorkville.
In the village of Montgomery, the sixth annual Cemetery Walk is all about fun.
Traffic on a small stretch of Galena Boulevard on the Aurora’s West Side will be limited to one lane in either direction for the next three weeks in order to accommodate a sewer project.
Sept. 29 9:22 a.m. |
A woman from Aurora is free on bond and awaiting trial on a charge of child endangerment, after she allegedly left her 20-month-old daughter alone inside her unlocked sport utility vehicle.
Sept. 28 3:25 p.m. |
Fran Caffe efforts recently earned her the William E. Colby Award, the highest award given to someone within the Sierra Club.
Owner Marilou Kelly founded the bookstore in 1974 in a Victorian Greek Revival home built in the 1850s.
Kane County Sheriff Pat Perez has announced Thursday a new partnership that expands the county’s prescription drug drop-off program.