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Naperville is located within the Chicago metropolitan area. Once a farming town, Naperville has evolved into a wealthy city due in part to a migration of professionals in the 1990s seeking jobs and globally renowned public schools. A number of high-tech companies are located in the city, including Nalco Holding Company, Tellabs, Alcatel-Lucent and the BP North American Chemical Headquarters.

Population: 144560
Local Newspapers: Chicago Tribune Chicago Sun-Times
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox(MLB) .Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Fire (MLS)
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Zip Codes associated with naperville, illinois: 60540 60563 60564 60565
Towns/Cities near naperville, illinois : Woodridge Warrenville

Naperville News
Naperville walk values diversity, community, acceptance

A walk to promote unity in Naperville brought diverse participants out along chilly streets for a symbolic show of togetherness among faiths, ages, races, cultures and gender identities. But after a half-mile walk from a park along the Riverwalk to Naperville Central High School, the real movement toward unity took place.

Ring in the new year at Naperville Millennium Carillon

Naperville Park District invites the community to the "Countdown at the Carillon," featuring both the Early Family Countdown at 6 p.m. and the Traditional Countdown at midnight. Both events are free and take place at the base of the Naperville Millennium Carillon in Moser Tower, 443 Aurora Ave. The Early Family Countdown will be co-led by Naperville City Councilwoman Judith Brodhead and Dolly McCarthy, host and executive producer of "The Dolly McCarthy Show" and award-winning journalist and former news anchor for NCTV-17's Naperville News 17. "The fun-filled family tradition lives on! I am super excited to be a part of the festivities again this year," said McCarthy.

Naperville students share multilingual carols with seniors

Roughly 30 students taking foreign language classes at Naperville North High School -- and six of their teachers -- sang in six languages Thursday to residents of the nearby Community Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. The carolers, for example, sang "Jingle Bells" in French, German, Latin, Spanish and Chinese, said Lisa Shamrock, who teaches French at the school.

Cops looking for Naperville bank robber

The FBI and Naperville police are searching for a man who robbed the PNC Bank Thursday afternoon at 9 E. Ogden Ave. Police said the man entered the bank around 1 p.m. and implied he had a weapon. No one was injured.

No injuries reported in fire in Naperville Wednesday night

A fire in a home on the 1000 block of Erb Farm Court in Naperville remains under investigation, authorities said late Wednesday. Firefighters were called to the single-family home at 8:07 p.m. from a resident saying their house was full of smoke.

COD president counts school community's many blessings

This is a single word that means so much. Yet during the rush of the holidays it can be difficult to sort through the many tasks to be accomplished, often at a pace that denies us the opportunity to celebrate what the season truly means.

Proposal limiting Naperville pet stores to selling only rescue animals tabled by council

Ashley Nelson, Gail Johnson and the dog Nelson is fostering, a 7-year-old Siberian Husky named Reyna, attended the Naperville City Council meeting Dec. 5, 2017. Nelson spoke against puppy mills.

A hospital CEO outlines why digital healthcare matters

To compete more effectively-and maintain and grow its market share among patients in the suburbs west and south of Chicago-Edward-Elmhurst Health is accelerating digital and consumer-driven healthcare. For a smaller health network competing against much larger hospitals in the Chicago market, Edward-Elmhurst Health likes to go big on digital healthcare.

Looking for red flags: Naperville leaders hope survey results help stop teen suicide, overdoses

Flyers alert teens to activities to help reduce stress available each week at the Alive Center in Naperville. Programs spearheaded by the group's health and wellness committee include Mindful Mondays, Wellness Wednesdays, Fitness Fridays and Pet Away Stress.

St. Charles Kiwanis Peanut Days surpasses $20,000 goal

St. Charles Kiwanis members who obtained the most donations are, from left, Pat Boyle; Tom Anderson who holds the Golden Peanut Award for most donations; Betsy Penny; club president John Rabchuck; Sue Liechti; Bill Knotts; Joe Cucci; Peanut chairwoman Trudy Nichol; and Harrison Schneider. The St. Charles Kiwanis Club exceeded its goal of $20,000 in donations for this year's Peanut Days fundraiser.

Suburban Democrats line up to challenge Roskam, Hultgren in 2018

On left, Rep. Peter Roskam. On right, Rep. Randy Hultgren. Both Republican incumbents face a crowded field of Democrats vying for their U.S. Congressional seats in 2018.

Jack Straw's site in Wheaton for sale after owner's death

The former Jack Straw's restaurant in downtown Wheaton is drawing interest from prospective buyers as the family of the longtime owner mourns his death. Real estate broker Alexandra Korompilas has fielded inquiries from residential developers and other restaurateurs eyeing the high-profile property where Jack Straw's served customers for 35 years until the landmark closed in June.

YMCA and Naperville Park District to host 2017 Christmas Day lunch

Reservations are being accepted until Dec. 11 for the Christmas Day Lunch, hosted by the Naperville Y and the Naperville Park District. Naperville senior citizens and those in need who may find themselves alone for Christmas this year are invited to the 34th annual Christmas luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Christmas Day, Dec. 25, hosted by the Naperville Y and the Naperville Park District.

Children's Museum Bubble Bash tickets on sale

Visitors can "Walk on the Wild Side" when the DuPage Children's Museum holds its annual Bubble Bash from 9 a.m. to noon Sunday, Dec. 31, at the museum, 301 N. Washington St., Naperville. This year, participants can wear a pith hat and make a vest to decorate with stickers as they travel through each station, weave a beautiful collaborative canopy, contribute to the firefly fluorescent sky, build a fort, construct a raft to float down stream, move to the beat of African drums, and let out a roar during the Countdown to Noon confetti celebration.

Homewood Suites in Aurora to host grand opening

Homewood Suites Aurora Naperville is holding a grand opening celebration from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7. The hotel has been fully renovated and remodeled this year with new furniture and decor in all guests rooms and all public areas. The property also features a breakfast and reception buffet, dining room, fitness center, laundry center, business center and indoor pool and hot tub.

Could Naperville's first library find a home at Naper Settlement?

Naperville's first public library opened in 1898 at 110 S. Washington St., built with a $10,000 donation from Naperville teacher, author and businessman James Lawrence Nichols. The structure, now 119 years old, is the subject has an uncertain future after it was deemed a local landmark in September.

Advocates assure caregivers: Help is available

Among the stress factors in the life of Bonnie Liltz was this: the fear she was the only person who could adequately care for her daughter, who lived with disabilities. Providers say many suburban agencies provide quality care for people with disabilities so caregivers don't have to go it alone.

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