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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.
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)
Zip Codes associated with naperville, illinois:
60540 60563 60564 60565
Towns/Cities near naperville, illinois : Woodridge Warrenville
Keegan Allen bringing new book to Naperville
For Hollywood native Keegan Allen, that screen dream came true. As one of the stars of TV's "Pretty Little Liars," Allen made a name for himself.Unofficial final results for Aurora-area election races
Residents in the Aurora area voted on several referendum questions and in a number of races during the primary election Tuesday. U.S. House District 14 - Incumbent Republican Randy Hultgren of Plano was unopposed.Underwood, Stella sweep primaries in 14th, 11th Congressional districts; Casten squeaks by in 6th
Unofficial results indicate Sean Casten, a scientist from Downers Grove garnered 29.9 percent of the vote in the Democratic primary election and will face incumbent U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam, R- Wheaton, in the November election. Roskam did not have a challenger in the GOP primary.Downtown Lisle apartment, retail complex proposed
A developer wants to buy and demolish a half-vacant shopping center in downtown Lisle and build a multimillion-dollar apartment and retail complex in its place. "I think it's the apartment component that concerns me," Mayor Christopher Pecak said.DuPage Symphony Orchestra gala raises $13,000
Almost 200 people gave to the DuPage Symphony Orchestra at the "Notable Pairings" Gala. The guest of honor was Naperville Mayor Emeritus George Pradel.Man with 4-year-old child carjacked in Naperville residential area, police say
A man and his 4-year-old child were carjacked Monday night by two armed men who also took the victim's cell phone, Naperville police said. The incident occurred about 8 p.m. in the 2100 block of Allegre Circle, a residential area near North Aurora Road and Route 59, Cmdr.Naper Nights lineup honors music icons
If you were a pessimist, you could look at the last year or so and declare it the end of a musical era as fans have been shaken by the deaths and announced retirements of several industry icons. But the Naper Nights Community Concert Series at Naper Settlement might be just the thing to turn you into an optimist who knows we'll always have the music of the rockers, guitar heroes, wordsmiths and pianomen we love.Sexual assault victim to tell story in Naperville
Chessy Prout was a freshman at an elite New Hampshire prep school when she was sexually assaulted in 2014 in a case that shook the school, alumni and community. Prout has since written about her experience in a book called "I Have the Right To."Man stole baby shower gifts minutes after they were delivered to Naperville-area home, police say
The DuPage County Sheriff's Department released this photo of a man believed to have stolen packages containing baby shower gifts from a porch in unincorporated Naperville. The DuPage County Sheriff's Department released this photo of a man believed to have stolen packages containing baby shower gifts from a porch in unincorporated Naperville.Naperville group seeking solutions before partial teardown of old library
Naperville has granted a partial demolition permit that allows the south wing and the back wall of the city's first library to be torn down as soon as the property owner wants. But members of a preservation group that worked last fall to get the structure designated a local landmark say there might be others who want to buy the building before any teardown takes place.Aurora teens 'like the goal' of voter information 'Birthday Boxes'
In a classroom decorated with campaign signs older than they are, more than a dozen students at Metea Valley High School in Aurora got a voting-themed gift Thursday to signify they've turned 18. In "Birthday Boxes" from the League of Women Voters of Naperville, the students each received nonpartisan information about registering to vote, searching for reliable information about candidates, voting by mail while in college, forming opinions in a democracy and why going to the polls is a civic duty not to be ignored. The students in Sue Fuhrer's American Government class got the gifts during their elections unit, which comes less than two weeks before the March 20 primary.Edward Foundation receives $50,000 donation
For the fifth year in a row, the Exchange Club of Naperville has made a $50,000 donation to the Edward Foundation and Care Center at Edward Hospital in Naperville. The Exchange Club has donated funds to the center every year since 1991.Constable: When autism goes to college
With as many as one in 88 children now being diagnosed on the autism spectrum, most of the focus has been on early childhood education. "You don't find as much about kids who are going into college," says Michael Duggan, a College of DuPage counselor for students with disabilities.City authorizes design development work for riverfront
City leaders have authorized the Columbus Redevelopment Commission to spend nearly $500,000 on design development work for the Columbus Riverfront project. The Columbus City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a resolution authorizing the commission to spend $496,900 to create schematic drawings and conduct design development work for the project along the East Fork White River between the Second and Third Street bridges.Two charged in Lollapalooza ticket robbery at Naperville McDonald's last summer
Two men accused of luring a man to a Naperville restaurant under the pretense of buying his Lollapalooza tickets only to rob him at gunpoint have been charged with aggravated robbery, Naperville police said. Arrest warrants were issued for Connor Machota, 18, of 1232 Santa Fe, Romeoville, who turned himself in to police on March 1, and Jaziel J. Bradley, 19, 627 Hamrick, Romeoville, who has not yet been taken into custody.Romeoville men charged in July Naperville armed robbery
One Romeoville man is free on bail and a warrant has been issued for another in connection with a July armed robbery in Naperville. Connor Machota, 18, of the 1200 block of Santa Fe Road, turned himself in last week and immediately posted 10 percent of his $30,000 bail.Widescreen: Did 'Shape of Water' deserve to win? Only time will tell
After the Oscars are handed out and the red carpet gawkers have gotten their gushing and their snark out of their systems, the Monday morning quarterbacking begins. This year's top winner, Guillermo del Toro's "The Shape of Water," has its share of fans among the general filmgoing populace, but many dismiss it as "the weird fish-sex movie" that didn't deserve to beat an instantly iconic, socially aware movie like "Get Out."Clow farm site in Naperville becoming subdivision
One of the last remaining pieces of farmland in Naperville -- and the last acreage that belonged to one of Will County's first settlers -- is making the classic suburban transition. The Naperville City Council unanimously approved a plan by resident Nick Stanitz of Oak Hill Builders & Developers, Inc. to construct 61 houses on the 31.5-acre site at Book Road and 103rd Street on the city's south side.Who was behind failed push to merge Naperville, Lisle, Warrenville, Woodridge?
It took more than a year and a lengthy legal fight, but officials in four DuPage County communities now know who was behind a failed push to merge Lisle, Woodridge and Warrenville with Naperville. Court records released this week in Will County show Dave Nelson, a former candidate for Lisle village clerk who ran on a slate with the current mayor and two trustees, was the key proponent of a plan to place referendum questions concerning the proposed mergers on spring 2017 ballots.How 6th District Dems would combat sexual harassment
Democrats for U.S. Congress in the 6th District shared ideas for how to decrease the prevalence of sexual harassment during a recent forum in Glen Ellyn. The candidates are, top row, Sean Casten, Carole Cheney, Amanda Howland and Ryan Huffman and, bottom row, Kelly Mazeski, Becky Anderson Wilkins and Jennifer Zordani.
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