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All indications are that Naperville doesn't have a problem with housing discrimination, and the city's Fair Housing Advisory Commission wants to keep it that way.
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More than a decade after he served in Congress and two years into his prison sentence, Rod Blagojevich's federal campaign account made its final donation this week.
North Central College in Naperville invites community members to join in for the eighth annual day of service on May 3. The event, called Intersection, begins at 7:45 a.m. Volunteers can choose one of two locations to gather and register: in Naperville in the lobby at Wentz Concert Hall, 171 E. Chicago Ave., and in Plainfield at Grace Pointe ... (more)
In an effort to streamline library services and access to materials, the Naperville Library Board of Trustees Wednesday night approved a change in its loan period policy which will allow patrons to keep materials for an extended period of time.
Joseph T. Dauben just might be having a cow, after being accused of being the tagger who last summer left graffiti inspired by "The Simpsons" animated television series at several locations in and near downtown Naperville.
A 15-year-old Naperville boy called 911 after being disciplined by his mother, police said.
April 15 Brayan Rodriguez-Esparza, 21, of the 6300 block of Blue Ridge Drive, Plainfield, was arrested by Lockport police and booked into the Will County jail on a charge of controlled substance trafficking, according to jail records.
Arun Gandhi, the fifth grandson of Mahatma Gandhi will visit Anderson's Bookshop on April 26 to discuss his picture book "Grandfather Gandhi."
Volunteer workers chip in their services by shoveling mulch during the Forest Preserve District of Will Countys Community volunteer work day in 2013.
The Naperville trucking company whose semi was involved in a fiery fatal crash earlier this year can put its trucks back on the road, a judged ruled Wednesday afternoon.
On Tuesday, April 8, several donation requests went before the Jaycees general membership for a vote and a total of $8,250 was approved to assist Naperville area not-for-profits.
The Naperville City Council has taken a step toward eliminating health insurance for future council members and mayors as the debate about benefits for elected officials continues.
The 3rd Annual Benefit "Ignite The Nite" takes place on Thursday, April 24th, 2014.
Defense attorneys argued Wednesday that the $2 million bond for a 21-year-old man accused of killing his new Naperville roommate is oppressive and unreasonable because their client acted in self-defense.
Healthy kids bolster hopes for a brighter tomorrow. That's the idea behind the Kroehler YMCA's annual Healthy Kids Day, set for 9 a.m. to noon April 26 at the downtown facility, 34 S. Washington St., Naperville.