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Naperville

Naperville
With a population of 142,075, Naperville now sprawls nearly 40 square miles in DuPage and Will counties. It gets accolades for its schools, parks and library.

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With a population of 142,075, Naperville now sprawls nearly 40 square miles in DuPage and Will counties. It gets accolades for its schools, parks and library.

Read more about Naperville, IL

Find community news and events at TribLocal Naperville.
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  • Embattled DuPage water panel picks treasurer

    The DuPage Water Commission's board has hired retired DuPage County Auditor Jim Rasins as the agency's treasurer and agreed to restart talks with three finalists who interviewed last year to be the commission's general manager. Commissioners have said...
  • Trampoline parks launch debate over safety

    Trampoline parks launch debate over safety
    When Jennifer Quinn springs into the air at Xtreme Trampolines, the 35-year-old feels like a kid again. "It's a really fun place," she said of the Carol Stream warehouse, where the public can jump around on trampolines stitched together like a giant...
  • Cops: Woman burglarized church near Naperville

    A Dixmoor woman was arrested today and charged with last month’s burglary of a Naperville-area church, authorities said. Wendy S. Johnson, 51, of the 14500 block of Davis Street, has been charged with burglary to a house of worship and...
  • Freight train kills pedestrian in Naperville

    Freight train kills pedestrian in Naperville
    A pedestrian was struck and killed by a freight train in Naperville tonight, police said. At 7:13 p.m. police received a call of a person, reportedly a male, struck by a freight train on Burlington Northern Santa Fe tracks near the Naperville Metra...
  • Man killed trying to remove ducklings from I-294

    Man killed trying to remove ducklings from I-294
    A Naperville man attempting to help a family of ducklings safely cross Interstate Highway 294 was killed Monday when he was struck by a limousine, state police said. Edward Gardner was traveling north when he pulled over near Schiller Park about 9:30 a....
  • Husband pleads guilty to slaying pregnant wife

    A Downers Grove man who believed his pregnant wife had been unfaithful to him pleaded guilty today to her first-degree murder and the intentional homicide of his unborn son. Eric Gilford, 32, a U.S. Navy recruiter, pleaded guilty after DuPage County...
  • Retrial in 2004 Naperville slaying begins

    In opening arguments today in the retrial of a Naperville man accused of the 2004 murder of his stepdaughter, ┬áDuPage County’s top prosecutor told a jury “the truth doesn’t change in seven years and neither does the will of the people to...
  • Man barred from own murder trial after outbursts

    A Naperville man facing a possible death sentence in the brutal 2004 slaying of his 16-year-old stepdaughter was barred from returning to his DuPage County jury trial this afternoon because of his ongoing disruptive behavior. Judge Kathryn Creswell, who...
  • New census data show Chicago population decline

    New census data show Chicago population decline
    Chicago has 200,000 fewer citizens than it did 10 years ago, the U.S. Census Bureau said today as it released population figures gathered in the 2010 census for the city, region and state of Illinois. The city’s population when census workers...
  • Grandparents 'parenting' by the numbers

    Updated information from the 2010 Census is not yet available, but the U.S. government conducts American Community Surveys to provide one-year estimates. The following information is from the American Community Survey for the Chicago-Naperville-Joliet,...
  • Local protesters call for Libyan ruler's ouster

    Sarah Burshan sent dozens of cell phone texts and Facebook messages, eager for any sign that her cousins in Libya survived the violent crackdown of recent protests that rocked the North African nation. Her mother, Amal Burshan, tried phone calls and...