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Help Squad: Airline makes good on lost luggage
Marchers remember 6-year-old shooting victim in Aurora
Area Roundup: August 31
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Fans gather for glimpse of stars at McCarthy-Wahlberg wedding
Gov. Quinn will live on minimum wage for week
Gun tragedy raises questions
Former alternative education teachers seek remedy for lost pay
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Comings & Goings: Gaetano’s Batavia now open
Home work: Residency requirements in Elgin, Aurora, Naperville
Football: Waubonsie Valley takes advantage to get past Naperville Central
Football: Oswego completes ‘beautiful’ win over Batavia
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Football Roundup: Brandon Babler scores two TDs to lead ACC over Wisconsin team
Football: Daniel Santacaterina gives Geneva early Christmas present
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Girls Volleyball: Rachael Fara, Benet begin season with tourney title
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Boys Cross Country: Yorkville’s Hoffert twins back for one more run to glory
Saturday’s football scoreboard
College Report: Waubonsie’s Moriyike Akinosun focused on finish line for Illini track
Donny and Marie put on fan-tastic show in Aurora
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Friday’s football scoreboard
Football: Lightning strikes, forces delay across area
Aurora couple injured in O’Hare shuttle accident
Watch Live Football: West Aurora vs. Geneva, East Aurora vs. West Chicago
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Police: Men attempted to lure Aurora child into car
East Aurora School District looking at deficit budget this year
Football: Oswego completes ‘beautiful’ win over Batavia Sports
Football: Oswego completes ‘beautiful’ win over Batavia
Lightning flashed in the skies to the south Saturday night as Oswego coach Brian Cooney gathered his team in the end zone at Batavia High School. It figured. Lightning had just struck, figuratively, four times in the final 1:49 of his Panthers’ unbelievable 40-38 comeback victory over defending Class 6A state champion Batavia in a game that was delayed the night before by lightning.
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