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A kettle on display as Salvation Army Elgin Corps celebrate the start of the holiday season at their Red Kettle Campaign Kick-Off Ceremony at Otto Engineering in Carpentersville.
A Chicago man has been charged with stealing more than $1,000 from a Salvation Army bucket outside a store in Naperville.
Naperville is likely to restrict locations for marijuana cultivation centers and dispensing organizations that could open beginning Jan. 1 when medical use of marijuana becomes legal in Illinois.
Award-winning interior designer Maria Hildebrand is celebrating the opening of her Naperville Design Studio by hosting an open house on The public is invited to meet the designer and enjoy refreshments and a slideshow of her recent works.
A Naperville man has been charged with stealing $100,000 worth of property from an Oswego business earlier this year.
Reality Fitness trainer Marge Lyse, of Naperville, recently returned from speaking at The Biggest Loser Ranch in Malibu, Calif., where she shared her inspirational story about losing 208 pounds.
Two Bostons wants to extend an invitation to the public and invite them to take part in their annual Pet Pictures with Santa event this Saturday, December 7th.
At the 2012 Continental Driven to Care event, Nikita Hawkins sits in her 2006 Silver Chevy Aveo LS as she talks to Continental Toyota Dealer Principal Cheryl Nelson Just in time for the holidays, for the third straight year, Continental Motors Group is donating eight pre-owned vehicles to the Naperville CARES Car Program.
Naperville's Community Career Center recently received the GuideStar Exchange Silver participation level, a leading symbol of nonprofit achievement provided by GuideStar USA, Inc., the premier source of nonprofit information.
America's champions will be revealed from June 14 to 21, 2014 when more than 3,500 Special Olympics athletes from throughout the United States, including those from Illinois, will travel to Princeton, New Jersey and the surrounding area to compete in 16 sports before tens of thousands of spectators and volunteers at the 2014 Special Olympics USA ... (more)
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis Where: 171 E Chicago Avenue, Naperville When: Friday, Dec. 6 - 8 p.m. Formed by Jazz at Lincoln Center managing and artistic director Wynton Marsalis from members of his septet and surviving members of the Duke Ellington Orchestra, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra is one of the world's ... (more)
Joanne Sale rescues a cat named Charlie from a fire in her sister's house Tuesday on Ohio Street near Naperville.
When Erin Joynt suffered stomach pain, she wrote it off as a possible stomach ulcer.
Naperville turns into Whoville, the Seussian village that is the setting for Dr. Seuss's classic book "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," as the familiar grumpy, green and grouchy character will be hidden in nearly 60 stores and businesses in Naperville.
"We try to go to a town in the area, whether it is Geneva, Aurora, downtown Chicago or here in Naperville in order to watch some holiday event," Steve Tabisz said.