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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 signs on as a 'Cool' city

    Naperville signs on as a 'Cool' city
    There may be a blanket of white covering the ground right now, but Naperville is thinking green. The city has signed on to the Cool Cities Program, a Sierra Club initiative that, since 2006, has encouraged energy efficiency and the use of renewable...
  • Naperville, Lisle police blotter: April 7

    Naperville, Lisle police blotter: April 7
    The following items were taken from police reports: Naperville •A 34-year-old Montgomery man was arrested and charged with speeding after driving 90 mph in a 45-mph zone about 10:36 p.m. March 28 at 75th Street and Illinois Route 59. •A...
  • Naperville City Council rescinds pension benefit

    Naperville City Council rescinds pension benefit
    Naperville city councilmen are no longer eligible for pension benefits. The majority declined to sign paperwork certifying they work the required 1,000 hours a year. The City Council voted 7-0 Tuesday to rescind the benefit. "I think the best thing...
  • 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...
  • Suburbs struggle with salt shortage, Chicago says it's OK

    Suburbs struggle with salt shortage, Chicago says it's OK
    In the midst of a rough winter, some municipalities are rationing their road salt supplies given a regional shortage -- but Chicago officials say they're not worried about the city's salt supply. This season's above-average snowfall and deep-freeze...
  • Complete list of Patriot League football's 2014 recruiting classes

     
    BUCKNELL (18) Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School Thomas Adams LB/LS 6-2 215 Sparta, N.J./Pope John XXIII Abdullah Anderson DE 6-4 240 Absegami, N.J./Absegami Mac Atkins S 6-0 200 Pittsford, N.Y./Pittsford Mendon Craig Cassidy DE 6-1 235 Mount Laurel,...
  • Brett Culp discusses Batman documentary 'Legends of the Knight'

    Brett Culp discusses Batman documentary 'Legends of the Knight'
    When he first launched the Kickstarter campaign for his documentary film, Brett Culp could have hardly imagined the response he'd receive.  The director of "Legends of the Knight" -- described as "a documentary film exploring the power of heroic stories &...
  • To pay or not to pay? A closer look at board compensation

    A community association's board members have a huge responsibility. They oversee the daily operations, maintain the common elements and manage the money. Sometimes they deal with unpleasantness like lawsuits and mean neighbors. Mostly, they do it for...
  • Coal-fired plant spiking some suburban electric bills

    Coal-fired plant spiking some suburban electric bills
    When Naperville and Batavia bought shares of a new coal-fired power plant, Linda Sommer was one of the few people in the two suburbs who challenged the idea that it would guarantee cheap, reliable electricity for years to come. Seven years later, the...
  • Kaifesh claims nomination in 8th Congressional District

    Kaifesh claims nomination in 8th Congressional District
    A Marine veteran claimed the Republican nomination Tuesday night in a northwest and west suburban congressional district. Larry Kaifesh, 46, a political newcomer, declared victory with 71 percent of the vote to 29 percent for rookie Manju Goel, with...
  • Towns pay a high price for power

    Towns pay a high price for power
    Across the nation, cities are taking advantage of deals for cheaper electricity made possible by low-cost natural gas. But not in five Chicago suburbs and more than 200 other Midwestern towns that made a big bet on coal. Almost every month, Batavia,...