Patch Recap: Naperville Restaurant Closes Doors, 9/11 Remembered, Hacker Hits GoDaddy Sites

Taking a glance at this week's Naperville headlines.


Restaurant owner claims building owner no longer wants a restaurant as a tenant.

Domains owned by some Naperville residents impacted by the hack.

9/11 survivor, who was in twin towers that day, will address the crowd.

Five new neighborhood sites in the city of Chicago will open later this month as Patch expands its Chicago-area offerings.


Around town

Event features wisdom of Mr. Rogers and his continuing legacy in educating children.

Film documents life of family who lost six members to Huntington's Disease.

Enjoy learning about history of area bakeries and indulge your sweet tooth.

Exhibit features interactive materials to help visitors explore trains through art.


Police and Fire

Restaurant robbed in early morning hours of Sept. 4.

Extra Value Liquors robber Sept. 13, 2010 of approximately $150,000.

Prison bound Drew Peterson fired arguably the most effective attorney on his defense team.



Naperville music school expands offerings, now renamed The Music and Dance Suite.

Cheryl Di Luigi September 16, 2012 at 09:27 PM
Still seeing the signs all over about the rescue dog that is missing. Has there been any sightings of him lately?


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