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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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  • Office Depot eligible for $5 million in incentives

    Office Depot eligible for $5 million in incentives
    Office Depot could receive up to $5 million in new economic incentives from Florida and local governments — on top of millions of dollars granted years earlier — for keeping its headquarters and jobs in Boca Raton. The details are included...
  • Naperville's 'Project Panda' developer revealed to be SKF Group

    Naperville's 'Project Panda' developer revealed to be SKF Group
    Gov. Pat Quinn announced Monday that a Swedish-based industrial manufacturer will bring 80 jobs to Naperville and invest more than $18.6 million in a new, 131,000-square-foot research and development facility on the city’s north side. Under an...
  • Advocates hail legal pot for kids with seizures, hope to aid others

     Advocates hail legal pot for kids with seizures, hope to aid others
    Families of children who suffer seizures are welcoming a new Illinois law that will allow kids like them to receive medical marijuana, as advocates look to broaden the law to treat other conditions. A little-publicized provision of the new law also...
  • Store owner: Man caught on video stealing puppy in Naperville

    Store owner: Man caught on video stealing puppy in Naperville
    A 12-week-old puppy was stolen by a man and two women who went into a Naperville pet store to look at puppies and the incident was caught on videotape, according to the store's owner. The female brindle Boxer puppy, named Precious, was allegedly...
  • Tinley Park awards no-bid projects to political insider

    Tinley Park awards no-bid projects to political insider
    Every year, Tinley Park officials spend tens of thousands of dollars printing three newsletters that tout the town's virtues. In a recent edition of the Tinley Park Exchange, Mayor Ed Zabrocki lauded the village's "conservative financial management" and...
  • Lawsuit filed by woman who lost estranged husband and son, 4, in murder-suicide

    Lawsuit filed by woman who lost estranged husband and son, 4, in murder-suicide
    Less than three months after her estranged husband killed their 4-year-old son in a murder-suicide, Kyle Weber was fired from her job as a clinical psychologist at a Naperville counseling clinic. In a recent DuPage County lawsuit, Weber sued her...
  • Medical marijuana facility proposed in Naperville

    Medical marijuana facility proposed in Naperville
    A Batavia couple is aiming to open a medical marijuana dispensary on Naperville's west side. Hugo and Traci Fernandez have proposed a facility at 1701 Quincy Ave. drawing on their own personal experience with neurological conditions. They are hoping the...
  • Former DuPage chairman looking at state treasurer run

    Former DuPage chairman looking at state treasurer run
    Former DuPage County Board chairman Bob Schillerstrom said Wednesday that he has formed an exploratory committee as he weighs a bid for the Republican state treasurer nomination. Schillerstrom, 61, said his years of budgeting experience are well...
  • Republicans say Rep. Foster vulnerable on Obamacare vote

    Republicans say Rep. Foster vulnerable on Obamacare vote
    Four Republicans vying in a west and southwest suburban congressional primary said Friday that Democratic U.S. Rep. Bill Foster is vulnerable because he voted for the Affordable Care Act and won’t have President Barack Obama at the top of the...
  • Suburban Republicans hope to wrest congressional seats from Democrats

    Suburban Republicans hope to wrest congressional seats from Democrats
    Chicago’s suburbs this fall aren’t expected to be quite the congressional battleground they were two years ago, but Republicans are pushing ahead after Tuesday’s primary election as the party tries to take back three seats Democrats...
  • Clean coal dream a costly nightmare

    Clean coal dream a costly nightmare
    Sold on a promise of cheap, clean electricity, dozens of communities in Illinois and eight other Midwest states instead are facing more expensive utility bills after bankrolling a new coal-fired power plant that will be one of the nation's largest sources...