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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
Aurora police: Man spied on ex-girlfriend with hidden cameras

A 25-year-old man is accused of using hidden cameras to spy on his ex-girlfriend at her Aurora apartment and placing tracking devices on vehicles belonging to other people in her building. Juan M. Ramos-Avila, of the 500 block of North Avenue, Aurora, has been charged with felony residential burglary, unauthorized video recording, eavesdropping and unlawful use of a tracking device, according to police and Kane County court records.

Fox Valley Park District seeks operations property tax hike

Voters will decide next month whether the Fox Valley Park District should get more tax money to pay for operating and maintaining its parks, museums, recreation centers and programming. Why? According to the district, part of it is because it added assets in recent years while freezing its property tax levy for six years.

Aurora to host opening celebration for new fire station

The city plans to demolish the existing station No. 7 to make way for a parking lot for the new building.

Heather Maples' killer pleads guilty

Windy and partly cloudy early. Mostly cloudy with diminishing winds later in the day.

Environmental cleanup closes roads Monday in Aurora

Road closures go into effect Monday morning, and last up to four months, as an environmental cleanup project begins a new phase in west suburban Aurora. The environmental cleanup project for Nicor Gas and Commonwealth Edison Company will close parts of River Street between Prairie and North Avenue throughout the project, which is expected to continue through June, Aurora Police said.

Remains of sailor killed at Pearl Harbor on their to Illinois

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In Naperville, 6,000 volunteers pack 1.2 million meals for hungry

Throughout his career, David Miller, senior pastor at Naperville's St. Timothy Lutheran Church, has visited famished countries and seen "far too many children die" from malnourishment. On Saturday, he and several members from his church were on the "other end" of the crisis as they were among the 6,000 volunteers expecting to pack nutrient powder, rice and dehydrated vegetables into 1.2 million meals for people in poor nations at this weekend's seventh annual Feed the Need! Illinois food-packing event at Naperville's North Central College.

Cowlishaw Elementary School hosts McTeacher's Night in Aurora

Teachers from Cowlishaw Elementary School in Naperville pose for a large group photo during McTeacher's Night at the Aurora McDonald's. Cowlishaw Elementary School in Naperville held its first McTeacher's Night at the Aurora McDonald's on Fox Valley Drive on Thursday, Feb. 15. A McTeacher's Night is organized to help raise money for local schools by having the teachers work at McDonald's and then giving a percentage of the night's sales to the local school.

Man's third strike means life in prison after Aurora robbery

A Chicago man convicted of a March 2016 armed robbery in Kane County has been sentenced to life in prison because it was his third severe felony within a two-decade span. Donnie Davis, 45, of the 7200 block of South Phillips Avenue, was convicted of armed robbery with a firearm, possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of a firearm without a Firearm Owner's Identification card after a bench trial before Judge D.J. Tegeler last June.

Aurora police recover two guns Monday, charge three with related offenses

Aurora police say they had a "very productive" day Monday, recovering two guns and securing charges related to them on three people in Kane County. At 11:15 p.m., Anthony McKnight, 18, of the 1300 block of Monomoy, Aurora, was charged with two counts each of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon and unlawful possession of a firearm, along with a single count of resisting police, after police found a gun beneath the seat of a car he was sitting in.

Teen who had marijuana mailed to him gets jail, probation

An Aurora teen was sentenced to 30 days in jail and three years of probation this week after admitting to accepting a package in the mail containing several pounds of marijuana. Juanpablo Ruiz, 19, of the 1900 block of Robert Street, was arrested Feb. 28, 2017, and charged with several felonies, including trafficking of more than 5,000 grams of marijuana, which is the equivalent of about 11 pounds.

Metea principal named Aurora's African-American Leader of the Year

Metea Valley High School Principal Darrell Echols will be honored by Aurora's African-American Heritage Advisory Board as its 2018 African-American Leader of the Year during ceremonies later this week. The group will host its 14th annual Heritage Dinner at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, at Gaslight Manor.

Paramount Theatre presents mesmerizing production of 'Cabaret'

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Some Kane County Board members question Lauzen's reimbursement request

Labeling them unnecessary taxpayer costs, one-third of the Kane County Board called for closer examination of Chairman Chris Lauzen's expense reimbursement requests this week. Lauzen submitted receipts totaling $416.80 for expenses that included a Harvard Business School webinar, office supplies, subscriptions to a variety of publications and lunches hosted by the City Club of Chicago.

Lower temperatures in Aurora, Illinois than nearby

What's the deal with Aurora? Their temperatures are always lower than surrounding locations and most of the area in generally. This is a frequent question from readers.

Illinois National Guard soldiers recognized as region's best recruiters

Chad McDannald, a Jacksonville, Illinois, native, and Sgt. 1st Class Beau Detrick, of Marion, Illinois, with the Illinois Army National Guard's Recruiting and Retention Battalion were recognized during a ceremony in Potomac, Maryland, Jan. 31, for being the best Army National Guard recruiters in a seven-state region.

Kaneville couple celebrates 70 years together

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