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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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  • Naperville police blotter: Feb. 11

    Naperville police blotter: Feb. 11
    The following items were taken from police reports: Naperville A basement in the 900 block of Hidden Lake Road was flooded after someone turned on the outside water spigot between 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Jan. 30. A wallet was stolen after being left...
  • Naperville police blotter: Feb. 4

    Naperville police blotter: Feb. 4
    The following items were taken from Naperville police reports: Naperville •CDs and paperwork were stolen from an unlocked car in an unlocked garage in the 300 block of Pearson Circle between 8 p.m. Jan. 23 and 7:52 a.m. Jan. 24. •A...
  • Drivers fume over suburbs' low-salt diet

    Drivers fume over suburbs' low-salt diet
    Erin Ferrell didn’t have a problem with Naperville’s decision to try and conserve road salt amid a regional salt shortage. That is, until she attempted to drive to work on Wednesday morning. “You couldn’t even see the lanes...
  • Republicans vie for DuPage Forest Preserve president

     Republicans vie for DuPage Forest Preserve president
    Republican candidates vying for the post of president of the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County agree on a couple of things. They don't think the forest preserve district should be dissolved and have opposed another measure that would have...
  • Naperville 'Smart meter' defendant's citations dropped

    Naperville 'Smart meter' defendant's citations dropped
    A woman who was cited by Naperville police for interfering with the installation of a “smart meter” at her home has resolved her case, the city prosecutor said today. The city agreed to drop two citations against Jennifer Stahl after she met...
  • Naperville crime drops almost 10 percent

    Naperville crime drops almost 10 percent
    Major crime dropped again in Naperville, bringing it to the lowest point in more than two decades, according to preliminary statistics from the Naperville Police Department. Police Chief Bob Marshall attributed the declines to staffing changes,...
  • Naperville shovels out after snowfall - again

    Naperville shovels out after snowfall - again
    Just two days after the temperature flirted around 50 degrees, Naperville residents found their city covered in snow once again. "It's awful," resident Beth Vogel said as she wiped off her car windows with a glove-covered hand. "This back and forth is...
  • Challenger takes on two incumbents in Will County Dist. 11 GOP race

    Challenger takes on two incumbents in Will County Dist. 11 GOP race
    Two Will County Board incumbents are being challenged by a newcomer in the Republican primary in District 11. Board members Suzanne Hart and Chuck Maher are on the March 18 ballot with Mike Strick. The top two vote-getters will run in the general...
  • Naperville Marathon registration opens

     Naperville Marathon registration opens
    Registration for this year's Edward Hospital Naperville Marathon & Half Marathon is proceeding at a swift pace. General sign-up for the second-ever race doesn't begin until March 8, but pre-registration started this week for those running to raise funds...
  • Naperville eyes 6 percent electric rate hike to cover deficit

     Naperville eyes 6 percent electric rate hike to cover deficit
    Naperville residents are likely to see their electric rates spike 6 percent this spring instead of the 2 percent they expected. City officials discussed the rate hikes Monday in light of a $14 million deficit in the utility's budget. It also is short...
  • Local Voices West: Feb. 13 edition

    Local Voices West: Feb. 13 edition
    Letters to the editor from Aurora, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Western Springs, Brookfield, Naperville, Forest Park, Addison and Oak Park. Beatles camps With the celebration of the Beatles' 50th anniversary of "storming" the U.S. shores, it brought...