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Patch Recap: Babysitter Indicted, Rosebud Fire, BlackFinn Fined, Adult Film Star Must Pay, Dead Boy Identified

Taking a glance at this week's Naperville headlines.

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Small Fire Damages Roof of Rosebud Restaurant in Downtown Naperville

Firefighters responded to a small fire at Rosebud Restaurant in downtown Naperville Thursday afternoon.

Naperville Woman Indicted in Stabbing Deaths of 2 Children

Elzbieta Plackowska, 40, was indicted on 10 counts of first-degree murder for the alleged stabbing deaths of her 7-year-old son Justin and 5-year-old Olivia Dworakowski.

Naperville Woman Charged in Stabbing Deaths to Undergo Psych Evaluation

DuPage County judge orders psychiatric exam for Naperville babysitter Elzbieta Plackowska.

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Popular downtown Naperville bar agrees to make changes after admitting liquor code violations.

Officials Identify Child Buried as "Johnny Doe" in Wheaton

Officials publicly identify a boy who was found dead in 2005 in Naperville Township as Atcel Olmedo.

Adult Film Star Jenna Jameson Ordered to Pay Naperville Theater for 'No Show'

A DuPage County judge ordered adult film star Jenna Jameson to pay breach-of-contract damages for not showing up at two heavily promoted events last year.

 

Police and Fire

Naperville Police Seek Leads After Jewelry Store Theft

Police are seeking more information related to the theft of three Rolex watches from a Naperville jewelry store.

Aurora Man Doing 20 For Naperville Murder Now Serving 15 For Robbery

An Aurora man who saw the appellate court reverse his murder conviction took a plea deal on a robbery charge.

Look Up Crime Stats in Naperville

Patch has created a searchable database of the FBI's recently released 2011 stats on violent crimes and property crimes.

 

Around Town

On-Street Overnight Parking Changes Begin Next Week

Changes to on-street overnight parking regulations will begin Monday, Nov. 19 for Naperville residents.

Two Naperville workplaces have been listed as Chicago Tribune's 2012 Chicago Top Workplaces.

Tweet #PatchRebuilds to Help Hurricane Sandy Survivors

Patch will make a $1 donation to AmeriCares for every tweet with the hashtag #PatchRebuilds.

Aurelio's Pizza Helping Feed the Hungry for the Holidays

Four area Aurelio's locations in Naperville, Villa Park and Woodridge are helping collect food and monetary donations to help the Loaves & Fishes pantry overcome a budget shortfall.

Local counseling organization providing free "healing sessions" for those who knew Olivia Dworakowski and Justin Plackowska.

Christian Store Cokesbury on Route 59 to Close

Cokesbury, a national retailer of Christian books and other products, is closing its Naperville location along Route 59.

DuPage County—once a Republican stronghold—saw several Democratic victories on Election Day, including

City Offers Tips on How to Prepare for Winter Months

With winter on its way, the city of Naperville provides residents with a guide on how to stay safe and warm.

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