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Aurora

Aurora
Sprawling over 40 square miles and four counties, Illinois ' second-largest city is transforming its once-industrial downtown and reversing its down-at-the-heels image. Read more about Aurora, IL

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Sprawling over 40 square miles and four counties, Illinois ' second-largest city is transforming its once-industrial downtown and reversing its down-at-the-heels image. Read more about Aurora, IL

Find community news and events at TribLocal Aurora.
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  • Naperville police blotter: March 3

    Naperville police blotter: March 3
    The following items were taken from police reports: Naperville A 23-year-old Yorkville woman and a 32-year-old Brookfield man were arrested at 8:04 p.m. Feb. 21 in the 1800 block of West Diehl Road and the woman was charged with possession of cannabis...
  • Prosecutors: Woman who fatally stabbed man with comb handle acted in self-defense

    Prosecutors: Woman who fatally stabbed man with comb handle acted in self-defense
    The woman who fatally stabbed an Aurora man with a comb handle last fall won’t face charges, say Kane County prosecutors, who believe she acted in self-defense. State’s Attorney Joe McMahon issued a statement today announcing that his...
  • Four candidates vie for GOP nominee in 50th House race

    The four Republicans vying for the party nomination in the race to replace retiring state Rep. Kay Hatcher share similar positions on almost every issue, including their stated focus – improving Illinois' business climate and economic health....
  • Congressional candidates debate minimum wage

    Congressional candidates debate minimum wage
    Three of four Republican candidates running for a congressional seat representing the west and southwest suburbs say they would not support raising the national minimum wage. State Rep. Darlene Senger, Ian Bayne and Chris Balkema expressed their...
  • Boys hoops blog | Helfgot's Class 4A outlook

    Boys hoops blog | Helfgot's Class 4A outlook
    Four of the five members of last year's Tribune All-State first team were not seniors, and their teams occupied the top four spots in the Tribune's preseason Top 20. They're still there. What promised to be an exciting season has already brought us...
  • Woman hit by car in Aurora dies

    Woman hit by car in Aurora dies
    A woman who was hit by a car while walking over night in Aurora has died, authorities said. The identity of the 56-year-old woman is being withheld pending family notification, said Aurora spokesman Dan Ferrelli. She was walking north on Randall...
  • Authorities ID woman killed after being struck by car in Aurora

    Authorities ID woman killed after being struck by car in Aurora
    Police have released the identity of the woman who died early Thursday on the west side of Aurora after she was struck by a car. Frances E. Kuntz, 56, was apparently walking in the roadway on Randall Road, just south of Sullivan Road, around 4:15 a.m....
  • Morton Grove library hires new director away from Aurora

    Morton Grove library hires new director away from Aurora
    Two months after Pam Leffler resigned from her position as Morton Grove Public Library director, Debra Stombres, the Eola Road branch coordinator at the Aurora Public Library, took her spot. A St. Charles resident, Stombres has been in the library field...
  • Variations on a walnut finger recipe

    Variations on a walnut finger recipe
    Pat Prindeville's request for, among other items, a "Walnuss finger" cookie recipe ("Search for old recipes comes up with just one," Daley Question, Good Eating, Feb. 12, 2014) yielded no results from the Chicago Tribune archives. Readers were moved to...
  • Community service for former Aurora detective in $9,000 theft from union

    Community service for former Aurora detective in $9,000 theft from union
    A former Aurora detective was ordered to perform community service after pleading guilty Monday to taking money from a police union fund. As part of his negotiated plea on charges of misdemeanor theft, Joseph Accardi, 36, of Naperville, repaid more than...
  • Number of Illinois school districts in financial distress doubles

    Number of Illinois school districts in financial distress doubles
    A disturbing number of Illinois school districts are in poor to dire financial shape, with 121 getting low or dismal ratings in the state’s annual financial report card for schools. That’s more than double the number of districts in the...