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Naperville joined the growing number of municipalities where part-time elected officials opted out of participating in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund.
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4 hrs ago | Naperville Sun
Fun colors and designs to match any outfit make this spring's fashion jewelry trend a sure hit.
8 hrs ago | Naperville Sun
In case it has escaped your notice, public art pieces all over town have been bundled up against the elements with hand-knitted scarves.
WASHINGTON, March 7 -- The Federal Trade Commission issued the following news release: In an action brought by the Federal Trade Commission, a federal court has banned a Slovakia-based operation from the online directory business and entered a $9 million judgment against them.
Adam Michaels is Roger and Adaez Kelley is Mimi in "Rent," on stage March 12-April 6 at the Paramount Theatre in Aurora.
It may not seem like it, but spring is on the way. A sure sign of that lies in the maple trees.
Soup and Bread Night will take place at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, in the gymnasium of St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, 1500 Brookdale Road, Naperville.
A man from Naperville's far southwest side is free on bond and awaiting trial, after being accused of bilking an elderly man out of $224,000 in an investment scheme.
Paul L. Magee, 26, of Oak Park, faces a potential seven-year prison sentence, after being convicted Wednesday of the brutal beating last spring of a man near downtown Naperville.
Radio Watch members are hosting an open house from 9:30 until 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the police department, 1350 Aurora Ave. Members will answer questions about the program and provide a tour of the station, Sgt.
The Exchange Club of Naperville recently donated $3,400 to the Humanitarian Service Project for the Feed the Kids project.
The folks that bring Naperville the annual late summer Wine Festival are looking to chase away the winter blues with an international, high-end wine tasting.
Kathryn and John Atwood perform in History Singers, which are music education programs at the Naperville Public Library that tell the history of certain genres of music.
Cases against five people charged with scamming more than $100,000 from an Aurora bank have been dropped, following the arrest of the case's lead investigator, who has been charged with theft himself.
After spending 11 years as a fugitive, Erika H. Luna, a former Rush-Copley Medical Center employee accused of cashing over $10,000 in checks that were made out to job applicants and former hospital employees, was arrested on Feb. 26 following a crash in a Naperville parking lot, according to the Naperville Sun.
There are incidents reported by the Naperville Police Department. Where charges have been filed, the report includes when and where the suspect was stopped or taken into custody and the nature of the charges.