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More than 200 people gathered at the Naperville Riverwalk's Free Speech Pavilion Monday night in solidarity with the victims of Saturday violence in Charlottesville, Va.,... [Read More]
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Richard "Dick" Locher, editorial cartoonist and the man behind the Dick Tracy comic strip for decades, not only left his mark on Naperville residents with... [Read More]
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Mechanics for several Naperville new car dealerships are walking the picket line as part of the Automobile Mechanics Local 701 strike that began Tuesday morning.... [Read More]
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Summer has brought new business openings and closings to downtown Naperville, including a new spice purveyor setting up shop on Washington Street and the end... [Read More]
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Naperville City Councilwoman Becky Anderson announced Thursday she plans to run in the 2018 Democratic primary for U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam's 6th District seat. ... [Read More]
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If the old Nichols Library is made a local landmark, the city likely would have to buy it because it's unlikely anyone else will, Naperville... [Read More]
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The Amtrak conductor critically injured after being shot by a passenger May 16 at the Naperville train station has been released from Edward Hospital in... [Read More]
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Portillo's locations will sell $1 hot dogs on July 19 for National Hot Dog day. [Read More]
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Several volunteers at Naper Settlement are coming to the defense of former research curator Bryan Ogg, questioning whether his departure was voluntary and demanding an... [Read More]
An attorney representing Naper Settlement's longtime research curator says Bryan Ogg was fired after telling museum officials he wanted to co-author a book on the... [Read More]
Schmaltz Delicatessen, a Jewish deli in Naperville, was vandalized Sunday with a spray-painted message intended to be anti-Semitic, deli owner Howard Bender said Monday morning... [Read More]
Not one bite of food or sip of water from sunup to sundown. No alcohol. No sex. No tobacco. The Muslim holy month of... [Read More]
Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico's plan to build an outdoor internet park along the Riverwalk equipped with Wi-Fi, seating and shade will be funded by donations,... [Read More]
Some Naperville residents are urging the park district to stop using Roundup — an herbicide used to kill weeds — on areas where children regularly... [Read More]
An application to designate Naperville's old Nichols Library a local landmark has been submitted to the city, creating what could be a difficult quandary for... [Read More]
The death of Corey Walgren, the Naperville North High School student who committed suicide after being questioned by school and police officials regarding a disciplinary... [Read More]
Naperville Police Chief Robert Marshall Tuesday night said the involvement of the school resource officer in the questioning of 16-year-old Naperville North student Corey Walgren... [Read More]
A slew of new dining options ranging from a Mongolian hot pot restaurant to a Philly pretzel shop to a restaurant specializing in pita sandwiches... [Read More]
Weather-related repairs needed to Moser Tower, which houses the city of Naperville's Millennium Carillon, will cost anywhere from $1.6 million to $3.8 million, city officials... [Read More]
Naperville non-partisan and partisan organizations alike have seen an increase in membership since the November presidential election. [Read More]
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