NCTV17’s all new magazine show, giving you the 411 on everything going on in your community, from lifestyle trends, city news and of course local sports. Tune in to (630) and be in the know!
Becky Anderson shares her top 5 picks of Children's Books for Spring.
The Growing Place has been handed down through generations of family, employees and customers.
Hannah Ditzler lived in Naperville from her birth in 1848 to her death in 1938. Through her many journals and scrapbooks, now housed at Naper Settlement, we can learn much about her life and Naperville at the time.
Waubonsie Valley High School has opened their doors to students in the Naperville and Aurora community since 1975
NCTV 17's Executive Director, Liz Spencer sits down with Naperville native and entrepreneur, Dave Simnick of SoapBox Soaps.
We talk to two Naperville WWII veterans who share their stories.
One local girl gets into the spirit of giving in order to help others in need.
This year's Healing Field of Honor pays tribute to veterans of the Vietnam War.
North Central College reached a construction milestone with their new science center, as the final, ceremonial beam was placed.
We take a look at holiday traditions in Naperville.
Fire can be very dangerous, but there are things we can do to be safe.
Meet the Police and Fire Chiefs of Naperville and find out what their departments are working on today.
Ryan Karlin was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy in 2008. He and his family go the extra mile to raise awareness about the disease through their organization, Rally for Ryan.
Check out Becky Anderson's top picks of books you should see before you see the movie.
Owner of Anderson's Bookshop, Becky Anderson, shares her top picks for books written by African American authors.
We take a look at this year's Oscar nominations! Could it finally be Leo's year? Find out.
Lose weight and get fit with these fun new exercises right here in Naperville!
Becky Anderson shares her top five books for the holiday season
Adults are adding a little color to their lives in hope for stress relief and relaxation.
Get in the holiday spirit with the top 5 classic holiday flicks.
Find out what are our local colleges doing to beat the statistics and make sexual assault a thing of the past on their campuses.
630 gets a behind the scenes look at the Paramount Theater in Aurora's production of West Side Story.
Naper Settlement takes a journey through history that they are still on today, discovering the life of the first known African American in Naperville, Sybil Dunbar.
It's been 14 years since 9/11. Find out what went into Naperville's own 9/11 Memorial.
We're taking a look at what's on tap for spring sports in Naperville.
Benet Academy sports have been ultra successful in recent years.
(630) took a look at one of NCTV17’s longest running programs, Naperville Sports Weekly (NSW) as it marked a milestone of 500 episodes.
We honor North Central College's Al Carius.
We take a look at how girls are making themselves known in the world of hockey.
We hit the course of the Healthy Driven Naperville Marathon and Half Marathon with highlights from the big day.
The problem with the game runs much deeper than just your standard diagnosed concussion it's an issue that doesn't get anywhere near enough media attention.
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