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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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  • View of the blue

    As a longtime Naperville resident, Kelly Dichristofano regularly savored that community's Riverwalk. Having grown accustomed to being near water, she didn't hesitate when given a chance to buy a unit at The Front Street Lofts, a brand-new development...
  • Oswego working to keep small-town charm

    Oswego working to keep small-town charm
    Don't call Oswego a boom town. Village officials will tell you it is so past that. Boundary agreements with neighboring towns? Done. Updated comprehensive plan? Check. More schools? Got 'em, in spades. New village hall? The doors opened in May. Nor...
  • Chelsea King's family plans to move back to Illinois

     
    The parents and brother of 17-year-old Chelsea King, who was strangled in February when she went out for a run, announced Friday that they plan to return to Naperville, Ill., where they lived for 10 years before moving to Poway,......
  • `Drew's Law' may let Drew skate

     
    Sunday's story, "Table turns for Peterson case prosecutor -- Drew's Law advocate now finds himself fighting it in pretrial appeal" would be amusing if the back-story weren't so grim. Saddled with a botched police investigation, Will County State's...
  • Will this body-art `fad' ever fade?

     
    In time, tattoos will have the same acceptance as women coming into the workplace wearing pants instead of dresses, This is how society changes.....Richard Citrin, executive coach and career counselor quoted in today's story Is body art office-...
  • May 21: Author - Debbie Macomber Talks About Her Latest Book, Hannah's List

    May 21: Author - Debbie Macomber Talks About Her Latest Book, Hannah's List
    Learn more about Debbie's knitting program: www.knit1bless2.com To purchase a copy of the book: Hannah's List For more information: www.debbiemacomber.com www.hannahslist.com Signings: Saturday, May 22 Noon- 2:00 p.m. Meijer 10138 Indianapolis...
  • 2nd Annual FREE Educational Seminar for Young Women with Lupus

    2nd Annual FREE Educational Seminar for Young Women with Lupus
    July 10--The Lupus Foundation of America, Illinois Chapter (LFAI) will host its 2nd Annual FREE educational seminar for young women with lupus from 8:30 am until 1:00pm at the Napervill Municipal Center (400 Eagle St., Naperville). This seminar was...
  • Mental Health Patients Turn More to Each Other

    Mental Health Patients Turn More to Each Other
    Jim Bina was feeling good. And that made him nervous. The Naperville, Ill., man had struggled with depression for decades, and he had learned to distrust happiness as an illusion that masked an approaching crisis. It might sound like an unusual problem,...
  • Family of Murdered Teen Chelsea King Moving Back to Illinois

    Family of Murdered Teen Chelsea King Moving Back to Illinois
    POWAY -- The father of murdered teen Chelsea King said Friday that he and his family are leaving San Diego and moving back to Illinois. Brent King said in a letter posted Friday on the website chelseaslight.com that he, his wife Kelly and 13-year-old son...
  • Owners' 'strategic defaults' on mortgages depend largely on how far underwater they are

    Owners' 'strategic defaults' on mortgages depend largely on how far underwater they are
    That some underwater owners -- whose houses are worth less than what they owe -- are walking away from their homes even though they can still afford to make their mortgage payments has been well reported, if not well documented. But just how prevalent...
  • Check your listing for errors before it's published

    Sellers who don't review their listings for mistakes and omissions by their agents may find that no matter how grand their homes, they may not sell, especially in this day and age when would-be buyers scour the Internet before going to take a look. If...