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On Thursday night, the Naperville Park District Board OK'd five contracts related to the construction of the nature center.
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Nestled along Knoch Knolls Road in southwest Naperville is a 60-acre oasis of fertile open space surrounded by all the trappings of suburban life.
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A 5-bedroom, 4-bath home sold recently in Naperville for $680,000, according to real estate records.
The Eyes to the Skies hot-air balloon festival in Lisle draws more than 150,000 people.
Naperville spokeswoman Linda LaCloche, right, prepares the toilet paper for the ceremonial tearing to open the new restrooms in Central Park.
The Naperville Riverwalk Commission, Century Walk Foundation, Judd Kendall VFW Post 3873 and American Legion Post 43 invites the public to attend the dedication of the new Fallen Soldier Sculpture that will be unveiled in Exchange Club Veterans Plaza.
Naperville School District 203 Board of Education unanimously approved a new teachers' union contract Wednesday.
Did you know that a Naperville carpenter and homebuilder had an important role in the Battle of Gettysburg? You'll learn all about Levi Shafer and his contributions during a special guided tour of the Naperville Cemetery in honor of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War.
Incident: CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL BY PERSON UNDER 21 Location: Madison St & Chicago Ave Date/Time: 5/19/13 12:29AM ARRESTEE: Polancich, Jack W, 20, 1636 Clyde Dr, Naperville CHARGES: Illegal Consumption of Alcohol by Person Under 21 ARRESTEE: Bartolotta, Matthew P, 20, 212 Settlers Ct, Naperville CHARGES: Illegal Consumption of Alcohol by Person ... (more)
If you're looking to quickly crave late-night hunger in downtown Naperville, you're taste buds are covered - at least for the rest of the year.
Jim Bergeron will soon be running things in the restaurant he owns in Naperville's downtown - not Jimmy's Grill, a different one.
A crowd of more than 200 people, including about 25 from Naperville, showed up at the Internal Revenue Service office in Downers Grove to protest what they called the unfair treatment of conservative groups.
Naperville Fire Department investigators on Tuesday continued to seek the source and cause of a blaze that did an estimated $150,000 damage to the replica of Fort Payne at Naper Settlement.