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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.
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
Proposal at former North Aurora golf course eyes senior home buyers
Want to make sure you receive the latest local news? We've got you covered! Get the best in local news, sports, community events, with focus on what's coming up for the weekend. Weekly mail subscription offers Choose your news! Select the text alerts you want to receive: breaking news, prep sports, weather, and more.Informing Illinois Newsletter - March 2018
On February 1, 2018, the Illinois Supreme Court struck down the portion of the Unlawful Use of a Weapon statute that criminalized the possession of a firearm within 1,000 feet of a public park. People v.Politicians suggest changes to assessment publications at Kane County Legislative Breakfast
Want to make sure you receive the latest local news? We've got you covered! Get the best in local news, sports, community events, with focus on what's coming up for the weekend. Weekly mail subscription offers Choose your news! Select the text alerts you want to receive: breaking news, prep sports, weather, and more.Aurora man charged with selling cocaine, marijuana
Miguel A. Ramos, of the 600 block of Flagg Street, was arrested at about 4 p.m. Thursday after Aurora police officers served a search warrant at his home, police said. Inside, police said they found nearly 30 grams of cocaine, about 54 grams of marijuana and more than $4,000 in cash.Early voting for March primary 'lower than normal' in Aurora
With the March 20 primary getting closer, Aurora area residents are taking the chance to vote early, but not in the numbers seen during some earlier elections. At the Aurora Election Commission office on West Galena Boulevard, Executive Director Linda Fechner said about 600 people had participated in early voting as of the weekend, a number Fechner said "is lower than normal."Aurora Burger King developer seeks to soothe residents' anxiety...
A proposed Burger King on this location on Farnsworth Avenue has some people worried about drainage, noise and adding traffic problems to an already busy area. A proposed Burger King on this location on Farnsworth Avenue has some people worried about drainage, noise and adding traffic problems to an already busy area.Chit Chat: Paramount Theatre in Aurora unveils surprises for new season
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At the ninety-second annual gala of the Technology & Manufacturing Association at the Renaissance in Schaumburg, 300 Illinois manufacturers and their families came together to foster relationships, celebrate success stories and look forward to the upcoming year. The evening included welcoming incoming Chairman Todd Beauchamp, of Aurora-based ASK Power , and his fellow recently elected officers.At Stake: March 2018
Happy Spring! The Illinois Gaming Board held a special meeting on March 7th in Chicago. Before we provide a synopsis of both the Riverboat and Video Gaming meetings, we wanted to take a few moments to discuss two items.Aurora may start regulating food trucks
City staff this week presented the City Council's Committee of the Whole with an ordinance amendment that would seek to regulate food trucks both for safety considerations, and to establish a license and fees for the mobile food servers. Staff has been studying and fashioning the regulations after last year's food truck festival downtown, which was very popular, said Alex Voigt, assistant chief of staff in the mayor's office.Aurora Man Charged With Beating, Robbing Man On Crutches
An Aurora man was charged with assaulting and robbing a man on crutches as well as attempting to kidnap a woman in two alleged crimes, police said. Ryon E. Lumpkins, 28, of the 1100 block of Terrace Lake Drive in Aurora, faces charges of aggravated robbery, aggravated battery and kidnapping.North Aurora residents question proposal for old Fox Valley golf course
A request to put 374 homes on the former Fox Valley Country Club off Route 25 drew more than 80 concerned North Aurora residents to a public hearing on the proposal Tuesday night. They had questions and critical comments about stormwater drainage, landscaping buffers, and traffic for the Lincoln Valley on the Fox "age-targeted" subdivision.Fox Valley Orchestra to explore 'Landscape of Visions' March 11
Violinist Olya Prohorova will be featured in the Fox Valley Orchestra's presentation of "Landscape of Visions" on Sunday, March 11, at Aurora University's Crimi Auditorium. On Sunday, March 11, the Fox Valley Orchestra will present "Landscape of Visions," led by principal guest conductor Stephen Squires, at 3 p.m. at Aurora University's Crimi Auditorium, 407 S. Calumet Ave. in Aurora.Aurora crash causes diesel fuel leak into Fox River
The Aurora Fire Department works to contain some diesel fuel that made its way into the Fox River Tuesday. A passenger car and tractor-trailer collided Tuesday morning on Aurora 's West Side, with the truck leaking dozens of gallons of diesel fuel into the Fox River, according to the Aurora Fire Department.Aurora offers inside look at downtown Arts Center project
Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin, left, and Chief of Staff Alex Alexandrou, right, listen to Will Woodley, development head for The Community Builders, explain a fine point about the Aurora Arts Center project. Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin, left, and Chief of Staff Alex Alexandrou, right, listen to Will Woodley, development head for The Community Builders, explain a fine point about the Aurora Arts Center project.Police: Aurora man tried to kidnap woman, then beat and robbed man days later
A 28-year-old Aurora man is being held on $300,000 bail after police say he tried to kidnap a woman at an Aurora apartment complex last week while she was doing laundry and days later beat a man with a metal pipe and robbed him. Ryon E. Lumpkins, of the 1100 block of Terrace Lake Drive, is charged with kidnapping in the earlier case and aggravated robbery and aggravated battery in the latter.Editorial: Consider volunteering to man the phones at a crisis hotline
Some volunteer gigs, like coaching youth sports or as a Scout leader, are fun and easy ways to give back to the community. They usually have plenty of people willing to step up.Early voting starts today
Voters looking to cast a ballot ahead of the March 20 primary will be able to do so at scores of early voting sites throughout the suburbs beginning today. The dates and hours of operation vary among the multitude of suburban sites, though many will offer early voting every day until the primary.Residents raise concerns about plan for Aurora Burger King
There was standing water recently in the only culvert that drains storm water from a low area along Gary Avenue, directly behind where a Burger King is proposed along Farnsworth Avenue in Aurora. There was standing water recently in the only culvert that drains storm water from a low area along Gary Avenue, directly behind where a Burger King is proposed along Farnsworth Avenue in Aurora.Life advocates decry Planned Parenthood's deceptive tactics, plan protest Saturday in Flossmoor
Life advocates will hold a rally and protest outside of Illinois' newest Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Flossmoor on Saturday, March 3, at 9 a.m. Central Time. The event, coordinated by the Pro-Life Action League , will "expose Planned Parenthood's true agenda and call on Village officials to investigate how they deceptively opened the Flossmoor facility," according to Eric Scheidler, Executive Director of the Pro-Life Action League.
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