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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

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Images: See some of the best pictures by Daily Herald photographers from this past weekend

Every weekend Daily Herald photographers venture out to some of the area's local events. See some of the best images from our Daily Herald photographers that you may have missed this past weekend.

Global Scholar students to present talks on international projects

Naperville Central High School comparative religions teacher Seth Brady will host a series of "Global EdTalks" Tuesday for students who are pursuing the new Illinois Global Scholar Certificate to explain the findings of their international capstone projects. Seth Brady, a comparative religions teacher at Naperville Central High School, says students pursuing the new Illinois Global Scholar Certificate have learned how to communicate across cultures and ask complex questions.

Elgin firefighters invite government officials to see impact of decisions about staffing, spending

Elgin Firefighters Union Local 439 recently hosted a class to teach elected leaders and government officials about their profession. Elected officials and government employees from the Elgin area got the chance to learn what it's like to fight fires during a union-backed event intended to help decision-makers understand the impact of choices they make that affect staffing and equipment.

After crash, Marine vet and single mom needs vehicle to stay on the road to success

Alyssa Tatar, a Marine veteran, mother of four and full-time social work student at Aurora University, packs up her Yorkville apartment as she prepares to move in with a family friend in Aurora. Alyssa Tatar, a Marine veteran, mother of four and full-time social work student at Aurora University, packs up her Yorkville apartment as she prepares to move in with a family friend in Aurora.

Preservationists show heart for Naperville's old Nichols Library

Members of a preservation group in Naperville want to make their love of the city's original library known, even as some parts of it are dismantled. Save Old Nichols members united Saturday in front of the old Nichols Library at 110 S. Washington St. to tie ribbons in the shape of a heart into the construction fencing securing the site.

Le Pain Quotidien opens, Savory Spice shop closes in downtown Naperville

Le Pain Quotidein, a bakery-restaurant chain founded in Brussels, opened on April 10 in downtown Naperville. If you've been too preoccupied with spring break, the cold spring weather and the start of baseball season to do research on new and closed businesses in Naperville, we've got you covered.

Protesting students: 'There's no reason kids should be dying'

Students across the region who walked out of class Friday as part of the National School Walkout continued to call on legislators to tighten gun laws and take steps to make them feel safer. The protests were smaller than last month's, with crowds ranging from nine students who walked out of John Hersey High School in Arlington Heights, to 350 who walked out of nearby Elk Grove High School, both in Northwest Suburban High School District 214.

Amboy High School March Student of the Month: Rayven Wheling

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5 things to do this weekend in the suburbs

Ride the roller coasters in Gurnee, mellow out with a jazz concert in Naperville or enjoy art along the Fox River this weekend in the suburbs. Here are five things to do; for others, go to .

Why Naperville said no to a car repair shop on south side development

The proof was in the patience for a bustling north Naperville dining development, where more than a dozen restaurants now attract so many customers on a typical evening that it's tough to find a parking spot. Citing the success of Freedom Commons along the I-88 corridor just west of Naper Boulevard, Naperville City Council members said they hope the same approach can bring about completion of a slow-developing dining and entertainment district on the city's south side.

Heron rookery no longer at Naperville site being eyed by developer

Great blue herons make their nests and rookeries among leafless trees in marshy areas so they can have enough space and see their predators. But when trees fall down or too many herons congregate in one spot, the animals tend to nest in a new location.

Fox Valley Mall officials say Carson's 'will be missed'

Fox Valley Mall in Aurora will soon lose one of its anchor stores as Carson's is set to close as the store's parent company Bon-Ton, which has declared bankruptcy, begins liquidating assets. Along with the Carson's at the mall, Carson's Clearance Center at 970 N. Lake St. in Aurora, Carson's Furniture Clearance Center in Naperville and the Carson's in St. Charles at 3850 E. Main St. are also set to close.

Trial set for man accused of attacking sleeping Naperville couple

The Naperville teen accused of trying to kill the parents of a girl who called him "ugly" in 2015 will have his day in court this summer. DuPage County Judge Liam Brennan set Aug. 14 for Zachary Machnikowski to be tried on two counts of first-degree attempted murder.

Why new gun control walkouts drawing mixed responses from schools

Students at roughly two dozen area schools plan to participate in the National Student Walkout on Friday to push for legislation to help stop gun violence. Students planning to join a second nationwide walkout Friday to protest gun violence may find school administrators drawing a tougher line than they did a month ago.

Prosecutors: Woman used bitcoin to hire dark web company to kill lover's wife

A Des Plaines woman is being held in DuPage County jail on $250,000 bail after being accused of hiring a dark web company to kill the wife of a man she was having an affair with. Prosecutors say Tina Jones, 36, of the 700 block of River Road, paid $10,000 in bitcoin to the company in January to have the Woodridge woman, a clinical social worker based in Naperville, killed.

Naperville starting minor work to approve Ogden appearance

A major streetscape renovation and a rebranding as "Uptown Naperville" might be further down the road, but Naperville is ready to move on a few ideas to make Ogden Avenue look better. Using $1.5 million in credits the city accrued from a previous contract with ComEd, Naperville plans to hide as many power lines as possible along Ogden from Washington Street to just east of Naper Boulevard.

Astrophysicist tackles Einstein's theory at NCC

Astrophysicist Nergis Mavalvala will deliver the keynote address May 15 at North Central College's 2018 Rall Symposium for Undergraduate Research. Mavalvala was a member of a team of scientists who observed ripples in space-time gravitational waves -- an observation that confirms a prediction of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity.

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