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Naperville, Illinois is located in Dupage County. Zip codes in Naperville, IL include 60564, 60567, and 60565. The median home price in Naperville is $409,900 which is roughly $155/per square foot. More Naperville information.

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Man sentenced in Monarch Landing burglary

A 29-year-old man has been sentenced to eight years in prison, after being convicted of burglarizing a room at an independent senior living retirement community on Naperville's far northwest side, where he worked as a housekeeper.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

Naperville Sun

Fire at Rizzo's brings back memories of other downtown blazes

The storefront next door to it, then the home of Wilma's Cafe, was ruined by fire 15 years ago.

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Patch.com

Naperville Park District Awarded $2.5 Million Grant for Future Activity Center

Submitted by the Naperville Park District Governor Pat Quinn announced on July 7 the awarding of $7 million for the FY 2014 Park and Recreation Construction grants in Naperville, Aurora and West Chicago, which included a $2.5 million grant for the Naperville Park District for development of the District's planned Activity Center.

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Naperville Sun

Seeking action: Aurora, Naperville leaders talk immigration issues

A day after President Obama asked Congress to quickly pass a $3.7 billion spending measure to address the influx of migrant children arriving at the country's southwest border, local advocates gathered at a church in Naperville to reiterate the need to speed up efforts to reform the nation's immigration laws.

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Daily Herald

Coldwell Banker Naperville Office Announces Affiliation with Joshua Shepard

With an undergraduate degree from University of Illinois at Chicago and a graduate degree from Northwestern University, Shepard takes it upon himself to educate his clients to ensure that they are knowledgeable consumers.

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Patch.com

Authorities: Charcoal Grill Caused Naperville Balcony Fire

A charcoal grill caused a blaze at a Naperville town home Sunday, fire officials said.

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Patch.com

Bolingbrook Explains Lack of Tornado Sirens After June 30 Storm

The Village of Bolingbrook issued a response to residents late last week, following a June 30 storm that produced several tornadoes in northern Illinois - including an EF-1 twister that touched down in nearby Romeoville and Plainfield.

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Daily Herald

Naperville, Aurora increasing outreach to Indian residents, businesses

Elected officials in both cities have taken steps to recognize the Indian populations within their borders, with Naperville Mayor George Pradel creating a volunteer Indian community outreach manager position last fall and the Aurora City Council under Mayor Tom Weisner taking steps to establish the Indian American Community Outreach Advisory Board ... (more)

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Patch.com

New Joliet Dog Park Opens July 19

Submitted by the Forest Preserve District of Will County: The Forest Preserve District of Will County will get its fifth dog park, and the City of Joliet its first, when Rock Run Preserve - McClintock Road Access opens on July 19 during a special celebration.

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Naperville Sun

Health Aware: Aurora woman takes action against high cancer risk

Based on her own extensive experience being treated for and attempting to prevent cancer, Sheila Tucker strongly urges people to learn their family history, make time to see their doctor, stay on schedule with mammograms and other screenings, and take advantage of genetic testing.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Naperville Sun

Ribfest all but free of crime, injuries

Naperville police officers, paramedics and workers in the emergency room of Edward Hospital got a bit of a gift during the Naperville Exchange Club's Ribfest 2014 last weekend.

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Naperville Sun

Man jailed after Fourth of July home burglary in Naperville

A 25-year-old man with a significant criminal record remained Tuesday in DuPage County Jail, after being arrested and charged in the Fourth of July burglary of a house on Naperville's north side.

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Naperville Sun

Reward posted after Naperville home burglary try

Naperville police are seeking the public's help in solving an attempted break-in late last month at a home near the city's East Highlands neighborhood.

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Naperville Sun

News Smash Mouth, Vertical Horizon to play at Naperville Last Fling...

Smash Mouth and Vertical Horizon will be the Main Stage headline acts on Aug. 31 at Last Fling in Naperville.

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Naperville Sun

Naperville Heritage Society appoints new president July 8

On Tuesday afternoon, the Naperville Heritage Society Board of Directors and the Naper Settlement Museum Board announced the appointment of Macarena Tamayo-Calabrese as the Heritage Society and Naper Settlement's second full-time president and CEO in its 45-year history.

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Naperville Sun

Naperville Park District gets $2.5 million for rec center project

The Naperville Park District will get a $2.5 million state grant to help pay for the creation of the new recreation center to be built on the city's north side.

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The News-Gazette

Workers come to Danville to help out

A Group Mission Trips work camp crew - left to right, Cameron Little of Verona, Va., 14-year-old Riley Swanson, of Nashville, and adult chaperones Wendy Ley, of Naperville, and Matt Smiley, of Danville - checks to see if two wooden posts are plumb, as the homeowner, Howard Webb, looks on.

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Naperville Sun

Annual parade designed to show Knoch Knolls' spirit July 7

The Knoch Knolls Homeowners Association staged its 11th annual Fourth of July parade Friday, drawing about 250 people to an event that's become an annual mid-summer event to attend in south Naperville.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Naperville Sun

City giving out free ice cream for good bicyclist behavior July 7

Until Sept. 1, Naperville police officers will be on a quest. Instead of chasing down people for doing something wrong, the police will be "rewarding" bicyclists demonstrating good safety practices.

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Daily Herald

20,000 attended each day of Naperville's Ribfest

William Carrerro and Paul Mitchell haul away a bag containing a large advertising balloon that had been displayed near the main stage of Ribfest in Naperville.

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