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A round up of some of the more bizarre and interesting police blotter items from around the area.
The Neighborhood Files
A look back at the top stories in Glen Ellyn during the month of September.
Censorship is alive and well, as highlighted by Banned Books Week—and you might be surprised by who the most vocal challengers of books are.
The Glenbard West Hilltoppers remain undefeated after Friday night's game.
Obama and Romney could use someone who has earned his stripes in order to keep their discourse fair and balanced.
As we start a new week, it's always good to get caught up on state politics. Here's an easy guide to what happened last week.
In the latest Land of Lincoln Blue survey issued by Patch, Democratic respondents said they thought President Obama did a great job, but loved President Clinton's speech more. They also said Republicans showed how "out of touch" they are.
The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
The number of DuPage County residents who contracted West Nile virus has increased and another death related to the virus was confirmed Wednesday.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
The golf event was held on Sept. 17 in Glen Ellyn
Also this week: a robber holds a family at gunpoint in their home, a coyote kills a puppy in Wheaton, and a man is discovered with 60 dead cats in his van.
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