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Naperville is located within the Chicago metropolitan area. Once a farming town, Naperville has evolved into a wealthy city due in part to a migration of professionals in the 1990s seeking jobs and globally renowned public schools. A number of high-tech companies are located in the city, including Nalco Holding Company, Tellabs, Alcatel-Lucent and the BP North American Chemical Headquarters.

Population: 144560
Local Newspapers: Chicago Tribune Chicago Sun-Times
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox(MLB) .Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Fire (MLS)
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Zip Codes associated with naperville, illinois: 60540 60563 60564 60565
Towns/Cities near naperville, illinois : Woodridge Warrenville

Naperville News
IL: Metra Surveying Area Residents on Future Fares, Services

Naperville residents and other Metra users have until March 31 to weigh in on potential ticket and fare options being considered by the transit agency. Opinions are being sought on subjects that include off-peak-time and reverse-commute pricing, one-day and seven-day passes, and a possible "loyalty program" similar to those offered by airlines, restaurants and other businesses.

Chicago Suburb Makes Effort to Educate On Crime Victim Rights

The Naperville Police Department, along with the FBI, plans to host a 4 hour informational and educational program focusing on the rights of crime victims. Naperville in the FBI were first in contact about the event a year ago, after a victim advocate proposed the idea.

Decorated Army veteran pleads guilty to child porn charges

A Downers Grove man and decorated Army veteran was sentenced Wednesday to 180 days in DuPage County jail and 30 months of sex offender probation. Judge John Kinsella handed down the sentence after Anthony Damaska, 29, of the 600 block of Sherman Street, pleaded guilty to the unlawful possession of child pornography.

Pie Five Pizza closes all but one suburban Chicago location

Pie Five Pizza Co., which entered the suburban Chicago market in 2015, announced the closure of all but one of its stores this week. Pie Five Pizza Co., the Texas-based fast casual pizza chain entangled in a breach of contract lawsuit, has shuttered all but one of its suburban Chicago locations, the company confirmed Tuesday.

Cordial Clash

The glittering Paramount Theater seemed an appropriate venue for Aurora mayoral candidates Rick Guzman and Richard Irvin as they offered their visions for the surrounding downtown area during a mayoral debate last week. The old-style movie palace, revived as a center for musical theater and other performances, is an emblem of the turnaround for a onetime decaying and declining city center.

TV reporter Lesley Stahl discusses 'Becoming Grandma'

When television broadcaster Lesley Stahl became a grandmother, she did what came naturally: immediately carved out as much grandbaby time as possible. The result is "Becoming Grandma," Stahl's new book that will be the focus of an event next month at Anderson's Bookshop in downtown Naperville.

Exchange Club donates $50,000 to Care Center

The Naperville Exchange Club recently donated $50,000 to the Care Center at Edward Hospital, which provides medical services for children and special needs adults who may have been sexually abused. The Care Center's physicians and staff employ a compassionate, empowering approach to deliver medical care, as well as community and professional education, expert testimony and state-of-the-art protocol development, in an effort to put an end to abuse.

Naperville man going back to prison for 5 t h DUI

David M. Curto, 59, of the 400 block of Prairie Knoll Drive, pleaded guilty Tuesday to an amended felony charge of aggravated DUI/fifth violation, DuPage County court records said. Eight other felony, misdemeanor and traffic charges - including aggravated DUI with a revoked license, leaving the scene of an accident and possession of open alcohol - were dismissed in exchange for the plea, records said.

Naperville North to get safer, more modern entrance

A $1.5 million entrance enhancement project will modernize the look of Naperville North High School and improve safety by creating a two-step entry process for any visitors coming to the school. A glass facade will give the front of Naperville North High School a more modern look while security enhancements will make the entrance safer for students and staff, Naperville Unit District 203 officials say.

Former Bull Hodges tells his story in Naperville

He's well known as a passionate voice for civil rights and says he paid a price for his willingness to speak out by being blackballed by the NBA. Now Hodges is sharing his life story in a new book, "Long Shot: The Triumphs and Struggles of an NBA Freedom Fighter," that he'll share with fans on Friday, March 24, in Naperville.

Naperville Art League names contest winners

Fifteen area artists won honors this week in the Naperville Art League's 14th annual public art competition called "#SillySeriousness." Fifty entries, encompassing original work in a variety of media, were displayed and considered for the awards judged by artist Pamela Carron.

KidsMatter plans Ignite the Nite concert, cabaret

The sixth annual Ignite the Nite concert benefiting Naperville's KidsMatter will feature student and adult performers from the community in a dinner-theater cabaret. Scheduled for Saturday, April 8, at Elements at Water Street in Naperville, the cabaret will raise money for KidsMatter's programs and initiatives to help youngsters and families manage stress and say "no" to destructive behaviors and "yes" to possibilities.

St. Francis High School to Offer Transportation Options to Students in 2017-18

Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, St. Francis High School will provide transportation options for students in surrounding communities. "We have done a statistical analysis that shows more students are traveling farther distances to get a St. Francis High School education, and we want to make it easier for students and their families," said Bob Gorski, Director of Finance & Operations.

Dining events: Morton's turns to ocean platters for Lent

Morton's chilled prime ocean platter includes Maine lobster, jumbo shrimp cocktail, jumbo lump crabmeat, oysters on the half-shell and Alaska king crab legs. Morton's serves up two ocean platters for your Lent observation.

Ready for change in Lisle Township

The binding referendum to consolidate road services between Lisle and Naperville Townships in the April 4 elections is only one of three responsibilities townships have to their residents, and I would argue it isn't the most important issue in this election. Townships are charged with general assistance for the indigent, the assessment of real property for the basis of local taxation, and maintenance of all roads and bridges outside other jurisdictions.

Sentencing begins for Aurora man who touched women's feet

A 55-year-year-old Warrenville woman told police she was "freaked out" and "felt like such a victim" last April when a stranger purposely rubbed his bare feet against her toes at the Warrenville Public Library. The woman declined to testify Monday during Omar Carlton's sentencing hearing, but prosecutors played a video statement she gave police shortly after the assault.

Naperville mayor shares dreams for 'out-of-the-box' future

Steve Chirico has a dream for Naperville, a dream of a city with a booming economy, a solid financial base, well-preserved neighborhoods and a spirit of innovative thinking. The mayor of the state's fifth-largest city shared his dreams for Naperville's future with a crowd of nearly 600 Monday as he gave his second State of the City address.

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