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Located in the Chicago metropolitan area, the city refers to itself as "The City of Lights" because it was one of the first cities in the United States to implement an all-electric street lighting system in 1881. The city was a manufacturing powerhouse until 1974, when the railroad shops closed. Soon many other factories and industrial areas relocated or went out of business.

Population: 171782
Local Newspapers: The Beacon News
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox(MLB) .Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
Local Colleges: Aurora University

Zip Codes associated with aurora, illinois: 60504 60505 60506
Towns/Cities near aurora, illinois : Montgomery Oswego Sugar Grove Batavia Geneva Naperville Warrenville Boulder Hill Yorkville St Charles

Aurora News
City wants Aurora cop fired for spying on ex-wife with hidden cameras

The city of Aurora wants a nine-year police officer fired -- not just suspended -- for installing hidden cameras in his ex-wife's home and viewing videos on his department phone on a daily basis. Daniel Wagner was fired by the city Jan. 18, 2017.

Uss Investment Management LTD Lifted Its At&T (T) Holding;...

Uss Investment Management LTD Lifted Its At&T Holding; Shorts at Health Insurance Innovations Class Lowered By 6.74% Health Insurance Innovations Class had a decrease of 6.74% in short interest. HIIQ's SI was 4.35 million shares in January as released by FINRA.

Congressmen Allege Abortion Clinics Profit Off Tax-Free Bonds

Two Republican lawmakers called for an investigation into the use of special taxpayer backed, tax-exempt bonds going to abortion clinics around America. Congressman Robert Pittenger of North Carolina and Sen. James Lankford of Oklahoma charge in a Thursday letter that some cities and states have offered tax-exempt bonds to abortion providers so that they can build abortion clinics.

St. Charles couple opening Moveable Feast in downtown Wheaton

The husband-and-wife owners of Geneva's Moveable Feast & Co. are opening a new Wheaton dining spot inspired by the flagship.

5 things to do this weekend in the suburbs

Take in a beloved musical in Oakbrook Terrace, catch a concert in Grayslake or see "America's Got Talent" winner Terry Fator in Waukegan or Aurora. And if those shows don't appeal to you, we have more options for this weekend in the suburbs.

Vernon Hills man who drove to Aurora hotel to have sex with teen gets 3 years in prison

A Vernon Hills man who drove to an Aurora hotel to have sex with a teen girl has been sentenced to three years in prison. Ramesh Gannamani, 36, of the 900 block of North Lakeside Drive, pleaded guilty to the felony charge of traveling to meet a minor in exchange for Kane County prosecutors dismissing more severe charges, such as involuntary sexual servitude of a minor, court records show.

Man faces jail, possible prison for hitting pedestrian in Aurora DUI

Richard A. Frost faces 90 days in jail and possible prison time after pleading guilty to his third DUI and injuring a pedestrian. A Montgomery man faces jail and possible prison after pleading guilty to his third DUI, the most recent when he struck a pedestrian in Aurora and kept driving.

CyrusOne sues Aurora after city approves Scientel plan

The site where Scientel Solutions Inc. is planning to build its national headquarters is near Eola Road and Diehl Road in Aurora. CyrusOne, a data storage company, has sued Aurora, claiming the Scientel project would interfere with its planned telecommunications tower near there.

Big brother's murder led new Aurora cop to law enforcement career

New Aurora police officer Jason Contreras shows his badge Monday after a swearing-in ceremony. Contreras is now a member of the police force that investigated the slaying of his 6-year-old brother, Nico, in a 1996 gang-related shooting.

Kane clerk says his office can handle Aurora elections

Kane County Clerk Jack Cunningham told officials Thursday he can run Aurora elections for less than half the cost per vote than residents pay now. At least one county board member -- an Aurora Democrat -- still has concerns about the county's ability to take on Aurora's voting needs without sacrificing quality or busting the county's budget.

Aurora man charged in armed robbery

Juan Morales, of the 600 block of Alyce Lane, is accused of entering the gas station in the 600 block of N. Broadway at about 9 a.m. and demanding money at gunpoint from a 32-year-old female clerk, authorities said in a news release on their Facebook page. The clerk handed over about $500 in cash, and Morales ran to his vehicle parked in a neighboring parking lot and left the area, authorities said.

'Birthday Boxes' encourage Naperville 18-year-olds to vote

It's the message one Naperville organization wants teens to get when they're eligible to cast ballots, so the League of Women Voters is delivering it through gifts. League members gathered Wednesday to prepare Birthday Boxes for students in government classes at Metea Valley and Waubonsie Valley high schools who are turning 18 in time for this November's general election.

In the Classroom - Aurora University

The following local students made the dean's list for the fall semester at Aurora University in Aurora: Deena Dhuse, Joshua Kowalski, Kiara Leonard, Shelby Leonard, Autumn Oley and Morgan Tobias, Ottawa; and Ashton Linson and Kevin Vickers, Streator.

Batavia opens electric car-charging station

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Old Second National Bank Of Aurora Buys Principal Financial Group Inc, IQVIA Holdings Inc, ...

Aurora, IL, based Investment company Old Second National Bank Of Aurora buys Principal Financial Group Inc, IQVIA Holdings Inc, Cummins Inc, CVS Health Corp, SPDR S&P Retail, Lamar Advertising Co, SPDR Select Sector Fund - Consumer Discretionary, SPDR Select Sector Fund - Health Care, KAR Auction Services Inc, AT&T Inc, sells General Electric Co, Altria Group Inc, Ulta Beauty Inc, Welltower Inc, Johnson Controls International PLC during the 3-months ended 2017-12-31, according to the most recent filings of the investment company, Old Second National Bank Of Aurora. As of 2017-12-31, Old Second National Bank Of Aurora owns 353 stocks with a total value of $252 million.

Judge rules to allow Aurora Election Commission question on March 20 ballot

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The Book Shop now open Saturdays in Batavia

If the number of people going in and out of The Book Shop in Batavia on a recent Saturday is any indication, James Stickling and his wife Lizzy Evensen are onto something good. Plus, in what other job can you proudly wear a "Green Eggs and Ham" T-shirt while talking with shop patrons about books? That's what Stickling was sporting, and it was surely something he wouldn't have worn just a few months ago at his previous job at Major Prime Plastics in Palatine.

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