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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
Man accused in death of mother-in-law in '95 Naperville fire is acquitted in retrial

William Amor listens to Assistant States Attorney Thomas Minser's opening statement at the DuPage County Courthouse in Wheaton on Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018. William Amor listens to Assistant States Attorney Thomas Minser's opening statement at the DuPage County Courthouse in Wheaton on Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018.

Gas leak prompts evacuation

A faulty valve on a high-pressure natural gas line led to a brief evacuation Tuesday of portions of this Henderson County, Illinois, community. Just before 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Gladstone Fire Department was notified of a leak in a four-inch gas line at the Consolidated Grain and Barge elevator in Gladstone.

Naperville undecided on sales tax increase

Decisions about how Naperville residents and visitors will pay for a city budget roughly $2 million higher than last year's are expected next month after the city council delayed a vote Tuesday. Council members did not vote to raise the home-rule sales tax a quarter-percentage point to 0.75 percent, nor did they eliminate that option as a possibility to help close a budget gap that remains at $1.4 million after other rounds of cost cuts and tax increases.

Rain floods Naperville Art League basement

The year is off to a wet and costly start for the Naperville Art League, which dealt with a flooded basement Tuesday in the midst of heavy rains. About an inch of water coated the lower-level floor of the gallery at 508 N. Center St., less than a month after the building reopened from damage caused by a broken pipe.

Police looking for clues in disappearance of Naperville man five weeks ago

Michael Armendariz, 20, has been missing since he left his Naperville apartment the night of Jan. 14, prompting a police investigation. Michael Armendariz, 20, has been missing since he left his Naperville apartment the night of Jan. 14, prompting a police investigation.

Flood-control facilities operating as rain drenches DuPage County

DuPage County officials say they're operating most of their major flood-control facilities today as well as all their smaller, gravity-operated facilities following overnight storms that dumped between 1.1 inches and 2.15 inches of rain countywide. The precipitation raised elevations in Salt Creek and the West Branch of the DuPage River enough to trigger operation of the county's large flood-control facilities, including the Elmhurst Quarry, Fawell Dam in Naperville, Spring Creek Reservoir in Bloomingdale and the Armstrong Park Reservoirs in Carol Stream.

Dining out: Lent specials at Morton's, Hofbrauhaus, Portillo's & more

For Lent, Morton's will offer a $39 steamed twin lobster tail special from 5 p.m. to close every Friday between now and Easter . The deal will be available at the Naperville, Northbrook, Rosemont, Schaumburg, State Street and Wacker Place restaurants.

Naperville gearing up for start of special census

When the doorbell rings in some sections of Naperville beginning Friday, an enumerator with a green ID badge could be at the door, waiting to learn about occupants for a special census. A team of more than 200 enumerators, or census workers, is set to hit the streets Feb. 23 through early April to conduct the special count, the only such population total being taken in the state this year.

Images: Snow and ashes in The Week in Pictures

Dan Culen, of Woodridge sets his tip-up during the 58th Chain O' Lakes Ice Fishing Derby and Winter Festival in Antioch. Fisherman braved the snow and cold to compete for prizes during the longest run winter event in Illinois.

Pour-your-own bars could face additional restrictions in Naperville

Red Arrow Tap Room will offer 48 types of beer customers can pour for themselves when it opens this spring in downtown Naperville. Red Arrow Tap Room will offer 48 types of beer customers can pour for themselves when it opens this spring in downtown Naperville.

In Naperville, 6,000 volunteers pack 1.2 million meals for hungry

Throughout his career, David Miller, senior pastor at Naperville's St. Timothy Lutheran Church, has visited famished countries and seen "far too many children die" from malnourishment. On Saturday, he and several members from his church were on the "other end" of the crisis as they were among the 6,000 volunteers expecting to pack nutrient powder, rice and dehydrated vegetables into 1.2 million meals for people in poor nations at this weekend's seventh annual Feed the Need! Illinois food-packing event at Naperville's North Central College.

DuPage mayors want state to stop cutting funding

An organization representing DuPage County's villages and cities is urging Illinois lawmakers to stop using municipal revenue to fill gaps in the state budget. When the state budget was approved last year, it included a 10 percent reduction in the amount of state income tax revenue municipalities and counties receive.

Cowlishaw Elementary School hosts McTeacher's Night in Aurora

Teachers from Cowlishaw Elementary School in Naperville pose for a large group photo during McTeacher's Night at the Aurora McDonald's. Cowlishaw Elementary School in Naperville held its first McTeacher's Night at the Aurora McDonald's on Fox Valley Drive on Thursday, Feb. 15. A McTeacher's Night is organized to help raise money for local schools by having the teachers work at McDonald's and then giving a percentage of the night's sales to the local school.

Authorities say Naperville man is tied to 'numerous' identity theft cases

An investigation that involved two police departments and the U.S. Secret Service has resulted in charges of fraud, identity theft and forgery against a Naperville man, authorities said Friday. Brenton C. Thurman II, 27, of the 0-100 block of Olesen Drive, has been charged in connection with "numerous" incidences of credit card fraud, identity theft and forgery, and Naperville police Cmdr.

DuPage judge to rule in Naperville man's second murder trial

A DuPage County judge will rule Wednesday whether to send a former Naperville man back to prison to finish serving the final year of a 23-year sentence or to set him free for the first time since 1995. Amor's nearly two-week bench trial concluded Feb. 2, but Brennan said he needed time to review his notes and evidence before handing down a verdict.

Director of horticulture named at Cantigny Park

Cantigny Park , part of the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, announced the appointment of Scott Witte as director of horticulture. He was previously director of agronomy for Cantigny Golf, which is managed by KemperSports.

Sushi bowl restaurant working toward Naperville opening

Now the Deerfield native works at his own restaurant, a chain he cofounded called Aloha Poke that's soon to open a location in downtown Naperville. Poke, Friedlander tells the uninitiated, is a sushi bowl, or a raw fish salad, filled with rice, vegetables and sauces.

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