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Title Naperville news 17. May 2009 [(DVD) videorecording] / produced by NCTV17; Lindsey Theis, producer.

Publication Info. Naperville, Ill. : Naperville Community Television, [2009]
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 Nichols Adult Reference Local History  977.324 NAP    AVAILABLE
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Description 5 videodiscs (approximately 150 minutes) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD-R format.
Performer Dolly McCarthy, host, with various reporters.
Contents May 1, 2009. Swine flu -- Losing health care benefits -- 11-year-old Allie Huff recovering from heart transplant -- Organ donor program ; Blood donation -- Balmas family fund raiser -- President Obama's first one hundred days -- General Motors phases out Pontiac brand -- District 204 prepares for state tests -- New fitness equipment comes to Hill Middle School -- Neuqua Valley and Hill Middle School students learn about political news coverage -- Naperville Public Library changes checkout policies -- Turkish American Cultural Alliance orgainzes children's day event -- Community Heritage month: interview with Chuck Bueche -- March of Dimes annual march for babies -- Newborn bison at Fermi -- Local sports with Jeff Mahoney -- Becky Anderson author visit -- Naperville Central High School performs Hello Dolly.
May 8, 2009. Returning veterans job search -- Robert Schillerstrom and Joe Birkett announce plans to run for Illinois governor -- New city council members sworn in -- School boards in Districts 203 and 204 make big changes -- High school students help provide meals for Feeding Children International -- Piety corners tour of churches for Community Heritage month -- Tribute to Harold and Margarette Moser -- Earth Day information -- Jawltarang performance at Naperville Cultural Center -- Local sports with Jeff Mahoney -- Becky Anderson author visit -- A.D.O.P.T fundraiser: 16th annual walkathon.
May 15, 2009. Naperville cracks down on drunk drivers -- Honoring fallen police officers -- Two new Naperville Park Board members take seats -- Incentives for first time home buyers and a tax credit from President Obama -- Settlement not yet reached regarding Councilman Richard Furstenau lawsuit against the city -- Parking spaces for motorcycles -- Naperville North High School breaks ground for aquatic center -- Beebe teacher Mary Jo Powers receives award -- Park district seeks funds to improve Knoch Park ; Seager Park renovation underway -- Chamber of Commerce 12th annual small business awards -- Tribute to Larry Gregory -- Children collect money for sick children at local hospitals -- Mail carriers help local food pantry Loaves and Fishes -- Local sports with Jeff Mahoney -- Becky Anderson author visit -- Opening of Centennial Beach.
May 22, 2009. Auto dealerships struggle -- John Schmidt gets started -- District 204 Superintendent Stephen Daeschner leaving -- Festivals and economy -- District 203 cutbacks ; District 204 contracts approved -- Amercian Cancer Society researchers conducting study -- Naper Settlement Civil War days -- Community Heritage month -- Profile of Arnold Massier, local veteran -- Rotary Club and women --New exhibits at Morton Arboretum -- DuPage County pet expo -- Sports with Jeff Mahoney -- Becky Anderson author talk -- High school graduations.
May 29, 2009. Video poker in Naperville: Illinois Video gaming Act -- State budget cuts and local shelters: Hessed House -- College grads and the economy -- Flood relief -- Naperville Central High school renovation project -- District 203 Superintendent Dr. Alan Leis retires -- Local student places in top ten in national geography bee -- Riverwalk brick laying -- Community Heritage month closes: profile of Rosemary Martin -- Memorial Day parade -- Centennial Beach opens -- Summer reading at the library -- Sports with Jeff Mahoney -- Becky Anderson author talk -- District 204 high school graduations.
Summary Covers topics of interest to the Naperville community and surrounding areas of DuPage county.
Note For specific features see interactive menu.
Subject Current events -- Illinois -- Naperville -- Videodiscs.
Naperville (Ill.) -- History -- Videodiscs.
Naperville (Ill.) -- Social life and customs -- Videodiscs.
Economy -- Illinois -- Naperville -- Videodiscs.
Naperville Chamber of Commerce -- Videodiscs.
Genre Television news programs.
Added Author Theis, Lindsey.
McCarthy, Dolly.
Mahoney, Jeff.
Naperville Community Television.
Added Title Naperville connection. May 2009
Naperville connection (Television program)
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