Patch Roundup: Oswego Potbelly and Noodles & Company to Open Soon

Also, two woman arrested at a Super 8 in Joliet for prostitution, a Plainfield teen publishes a children's book and a man was charged with the criminal sexual assault of an Oswego child.

Here are some of the top stories from the past week in Patch's southwest suburban region:

OSWEGO - Oswego Potbelly, Noodles & Company Opening Next Month - The Potbelly will have a drive-thru.


OSWEGO - Man Charged for Predatory Criminal Sexual Assault of Oswego Child - Joseph J. Evans, 38, was reportedly an acquaintance of the family.


YORKVILLE - Full Day Kindergarten in Yorkville Unlikely for 2014-15 School Year - The option to have full day kindergarten will be determined by the results of the boundary study.

BOLINGBROOK - Grandma Pleads Not Guilty To Murdering Baby Granddaughter - Alfreda Giedrojc was arraigned Thursday on charges that she murdered 6-month-old Vivian Summers, of Bolingbrook.

PLAINFIELD - Wish Come True: Plainfield Teen Publishes Children's Book - Ravina Thakkar, who battles cystic fibrosis, is publishing her first book next month and is planning a book signing event.


JOLIET - Two Woman Working as Prostitutes at Super 8: Police - Both had advertised their services on backpage.com and agreed to sex for money with undercover police officers, Joliet Police Capt. Tab Jensen said.


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