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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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  • Traffic camera firm open to two-tiered ticketing

    As a backlash against red light cameras starts to gain steam, a traffic camera firm serving Chicago and several suburbs says it is willing to explore charging a reduced fine to drivers caught making illegal rolling right turns on red. Australian-owned...
  • For sale in Naperville

    For sale in Naperville
  • Jobs in Naperville

    Jobs in Naperville
  • Exercise Balls in the Classroom?

    Exercise Balls in the Classroom?
    Donna Yehl's fourth-grade students bob behind their desks, heads going up and down as if they sat on the deck of a rolling ship. But it's not a bad case of fidgeting. The two dozen kids in Yehl's classroom do all of their classwork perched on exercise...
  • Insurers lose options to cancel coverage

    Insurers lose options to cancel coverage
    Nine years ago, at age 8, Nora Kenny was diagnosed with a deformity that contributed to the need for braces. When her parents' insurance company found out about it two years ago, her coverage was rescinded. That congenital deformity was an overbite....
  • Your Naperville photos

    Your Naperville photos
  • Autism: Kids put at risk

    Autism: Kids put at risk
    James Coman's son has an unusual skill. The 7-year-old, his father says, can swallow six pills at once. Diagnosed with autism as a toddler, he had been placed on an intense regimen of supplements and medications aimed at treating the disorder. He was...
  • Cleaners leave a toxic legacy

    For decades, one of the nation's most widely used dry cleaning solvents was billed as a marvel of modern chemistry that could safely remove dirt and stains from clothing. Shops sprang up to take advantage of the chemical, perchloroethylene, also known as...
  • Silver Cross Hospital plans move to New Lenox

    Silver Cross Hospital, a Joliet institution since 1892, has unveiled a $400 million plan to build a new 600,000-square-foot facility about three miles east in New Lenox and move there by 2011. With rapid population growth in the area, the current 50-acre...
  • Surgical Tools Left Behind?

    Surgical Tools Left Behind?
    Surgery, by definition, has risks attached. And anything that cuts down on those risks is welcome. That's why one system for tracking and locating "retained objects"—things left in patients after an operation—is getting a closer look in the...
  • State cross-country: Naperville North boys, Geneva girls capture 3A crowns

    The agony was written all over the face of Naperville North's Kyle Gibson. Gibson and his Huskies teammates had just gone toe-to-toe with 26-time state champion York Saturday afternoon in the 3A state cross-country meet at a chilly and windy Detweiller...