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About: aurora, illinois

Located in the Chicago metropolitan area, the city refers to itself as "The City of Lights" because it was one of the first cities in the United States to implement an all-electric street lighting system in 1881. The city was a manufacturing powerhouse until 1974, when the railroad shops closed. Soon many other factories and industrial areas relocated or went out of business.

Population: 171782
Local Newspapers: The Beacon News
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox(MLB) .Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Local Colleges: Aurora University

Zip Codes associated with aurora, illinois: 60504 60505 60506
Towns/Cities near aurora, illinois : Montgomery Oswego Sugar Grove Batavia Geneva Naperville Warrenville Boulder Hill Yorkville St Charles

Aurora News
Police seek suspect in Fox Valley mall cosmetics theft

Police on Wednesday released photos of a man they believe stole a "significant" amount of cosmetics from a store at the Fox Valley Mall. Anyone with information should contact Aurora police at 630-256-5500, Crime Stoppers at 630-892-1000, or submit a tip via the department's "My PD" app.

Home struck by gunfire on Aurora's East Side

At about 9:55 p.m. Sunday, the home, on the 200 block of Bevier Place, was struck several times causing an estimated $150 in damage, police spokesman Dan Ferrelli said in an email. It appears the shots may have been fired by a male standing by someone else at Clark and Bevier, Ferrelli said.

Two charged in armed robbery of Aurora woman

A man and a woman from Sheridan, Illinois, face felony charges in connection with the January armed robbery of a 46-year-old Aurora woman in the parking lot of a strip mall on the city's west side, Aurora police said Tuesday. Edwin Alequin, 37, and Nicole Barkes, 29, both of the 200 block of Grant Street, are each charged with armed robbery and unlawful use of a credit card.

Learn about managing concussions, orthotics at sports-meds workshop

Concussions and orthotics will be topics at Aurora University's 13th annual "Current Trends in Sports Medicine" workshop from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Feb. 25, in the university banquet hall at Alumni Hall, 1410 Marseillaise Place in Aurora. At 8 a.m., "Concussions 2017: Where Are We Now? Prevention, Diagnostic, Treatment" will be copresented by Dr. Marc P. Hilgers, associate medical director for sports medicine, Advocate Medical Group; and Catherine E. Wilmington, physical therapist, Advocate Medical Group.

Waubonsee to host Environmental Film Festival March 3-12

Join a Q&A with documentary filmmaker Catherine Zimmerman after the screening of her 2016 documentary "Hometown Habitat: Stories of Bringing Nature Home," part of the One Earth Film Festival. The 2016 documentary "Hometown Habitat: Stories of Bringing Nature Home" will open the One Earth Film Festival.

Oswego trivia night to benefit Habitat for Humanity

This Habitat for Humanity home in Aurora is a model for Faith Build 2017, a home to be built in Aurora by 30 churches in Kane, Kendall and DuPage county. To benefit the project, Oswego Presbyterian Church will host a Trivia Night contest on Saturday, Feb. 25. Oswego Presbyterian Church will host a Trivia Night to benefit Fox Valley Habitat for Humanity at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at the church, 1976 Route 25 in Oswego.

The Modern Domestic Woman: Giving your best 'performance'

If you really think about it, most of your life is spent on some sort of "stage." Giving a presentation at work or wildly explaining an embarrassing moment to friends – Shakespeare's opinions of "all the world's a stage" is pretty spot on. As a young whippersnapper, I spent a lot of time in extracurricular activities at Rosary High School in Aurora.

Memory Cafe Fox Valley to meet Wednesday

The Memory Café Fox Valley meeting on Feb. 22 will mark the beginning of the group's second year. A memory cafe is an informal social gathering where people in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease or other forms of memory loss can connect with others in similar situations.

Additional charges for Aurora area residents arrested after Wisconsin burglary

Additional charges have been filed and bonds have been set for the five Aurora area adults arrested Tuesday morning in connection with a Radio Shack burglary and police pursuit through rural Wisconsin. Three suspects remain at large, and it's "a good possibility" they're also from around Aurora, said Monroe, Wisconsin, Police Chief Frederick Kelley.

Police: Aurora man stole minivan from Naperville hospital

Luis J. Espinoza, 21, of Aurora, is accused of stealing a car Saturday from Edward Hospital in Naperville and has been charged with unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle, aggravated driving while license revoked and criminal damage to property. A 21-year-old Aurora man is facing charges after authorities say he stole a vehicle from Edward Hospital in Naperville.

New boxing classes to help fight Parkinson's disease

Randy Cagwin of Aurora, a future participant in Parkinson's boxing therapy, and Uni Camacho, JTL-BC program director, are getting ready to hit the punching bag to fight Parkinson's disease. Funding is still needed for the anticipated May 2017 start-up.

Marmion Academy to host 'Mr. Marmion' charity event Feb. 24

The contestants for Mr. Marion are, front, from left, Elias Flowers, Jack Kirtley and Will Kane; and back row, Frankie Motyka, Ricky Ruiz, Fredy Quevedo, Kyle McCullough, Austin Flanagan, Will Dietz and Carlos Liz. Not pictured: Jack Dzieranowski and Ben Oklita.

$90K in phones, equipment stolen from Monroe RadioShack

Monroe Police say five people are suspected of stealing about $90,000 in cell phones and other equipment from a RadioShack store in Monroe. Police say a witness called around 2:50 a.m. Tuesday to tell them someone was burglarizing the store at 301 6th Avenue.

Albright Theatre to put on dark comedy 'Incorruptible' March 3-18

Sterling Hurst , Joel Greenblatt , Chris Contreras , Tom Rieser , Galen Malick , Marilyn Rockstroh and Kasandra Hesek rehearse for Albright Theatre's upcoming production of the black comedy "Incorruptible." It's 1250 A.D. The monks of the monastery of Priseaux collect pennies from the faithful to pray for miracles before the bones of Saint Foy.

Aurora Methodists set craft supplies garage sale

"A to Z Craft Supplies Garage Sale" will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 18, at Wesley United Methodist Church, 14 N. May St. in Aurora. Buyers and sellers are invited.

Man charged with possessing heroin at Kane County jail

A 26-year-old North Aurora man has been charged with smuggling three packets of heroin into the Kane County jail, according to court records and authorities. Kelly E. Dunn Jr., of the 0-99 block of North Grace Street, was arrested Dec. 30 on a warrant for contempt of court, according to Kane County Sheriff Lt.

Memory Cafe in Batavia to serve friendship and support to people facing Alzheimer's

BATAVIA – The Memory Cafe Fox Valley meeting at 10 a.m. Feb. 22 in Batavia will mark the beginning of the group's second year. Since February 2016, the monthly gatherings have become an important part of the lives of those who attend, according to a news release.

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