- iWill County Board Takes First Look at Redistricting Map
A proposal redrawing Will County’s district map could shrink the board’s representation from 13 two-member districts to 11 two-member districts.
- iDuPage County Board Chairman Won’t Seek Reelection
DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin announced yesterday he will not seek reelection as chairman. His term expires December, 2022.
- iNaperville City Council Issues Awards and Proclamations
The Naperville City Council gave a shout out Tuesday night to various people and groups for their commitment and contributions to the community.
- iEdward-Elmhurst Health And NorthShore University HealthSystem To Merge
Edward-Elmhurst Health and NorthShore University HealthSystem announced plans to merge, creating a network of 25,000 team members across nine hospitals, and serving an area with over 4.2 million residents.
- iLocal Expert Talks About New Global Report on Trees
A newly released report dubbed, the State of the World’s Trees, illustrates a grim reality for the work of tree conservationists both locally and around the world.
It reveals that one in three of the world’s 60,000 tree species is threatened with extinction.
- iBond Set for Two People Accused of Murder in Naperville Shooting
A bond has been set for two people accused of first-degree murder following a shooting that happened on Amersale Drive in Naperville.
- iFinal Seedlings From Historic Hobson Oak Available For Purchase
There’s still a chance to plant a bit of history, as the final seedlings from the historic Hobson Oak are ready to take root and available for purchase.
- iIllumination Returns To The Morton Arboretum As Walking Event
The Morton Arboretum will return to a walking format for this year’s Illumination: Tree Lights At The Morton Arboretum, which kicks off November 20.
- iNaperville Lands on Money’s Best 50 Places To Live In U.S. List
Naperville has been listed among the 50 best places to live in the United States in 2021 by Money, coming in at number 45 in the publication’s rankings.
- iNaperville Father’s Bill To Prevent Overdose Deaths Becomes Law
Over two and a half years after Naperville resident Alex Green died of an overdose, his father’s bill to prevent similar overdose deaths has been signed into law.
- iDistrict 203 Approves New Four-Year Contract with Teachers Union
The District 203 Board of Education has approved a new four-year contract with the district’s teachers union at tonight’s meeting.
- iTeachers Union Members Ratify New Contract With District 203
Naperville Unit Education Association members voted Wednesday to approve a new contract with Naperville School District 203. The district is expected to vote on whether to give final approval at a September 7 meeting.
- iDistrict 203 Board and Teachers Union Reach Tentative Agreement
The Naperville Unit Education Association (NUEA) and District 203 have reached a tentative agreement following today’s mediation session.
- iNUEA Holds Rally to Encourage School Board to Reach Agreement
A NUEA rally was held yesterday to encourage the District 203 school board to reach an agreement with the teachers union.
- iDistrict 203 Teachers Union Won’t Strike on First Day of School
Though the Naperville Unit Education Association (NUEA) filed an intent to strike, that won’t happen on the first day of school.
- iDistrict 203 Teachers Union Could Strike if Settlement Not Reached
There’s a possibility D203 teachers may strike if a settlement isn’t reached between the union and district before the first day of school.
- iDistrict 203 Teachers Union and Board in Negotiations
The union who represents District 203 teachers and the District 203 board of education are in negotiations for a multiyear contract.
- iFirst Human Case of West Nile Virus in Naperville 2021
The first human case of West Nile Virus in Naperville has been found in an adult man in east Naperville who was infected in August.
- iFirst Human West Nile Case In DuPage County In 2021
The DuPage County Health Department has reported the first human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) in DuPage County this year.
- iNaperville Central on Probation Following IHSA Investigation
The Naperville Central Athletic Department is being placed under probation after the discovery of consistent improper paperwork procedures following an IHSA investigation.
- iNaperville Born Setter and Central Soccer Alum Shine in Tokyo
Naperville Born Setter shines in Team USA upset in Women’s Volleyball over presumed gold-medal favorite China in 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
- iNaperville Central Soccer Star Joins USWNT in Tokyo, Japan
Naperville Central soccer star, Casey Short 08′ Krueger, is in Toyko, Japan for the Olympics after joining the USWNT’s active roster.
- iNaperville Central Football Violates IHSA Bylaws, Vacates Wins
Naperville Central Football is vacating 17 wins from the last three years after having been found violating IHSA transfer bylaws.
- i100-Mile Bike Race Raises Awareness & Money for Autism Therapy
Spectrum Racing partnered with The Autism Therapy Group to host a 100-mile bike race in an effort to raise awareness for autism therapy.
- iState Tournament Returns for Boys Lacrosse and Volleyball
The IHSA announced that both boys lacrosse and boys volleyball will join the other spring sports by holding a full state tournament in 2021.
- iNo Masks for Low-Risk Outdoor Illinois High School Association Sports
The Illinois High School Association made several determinations, including the loosening of rules regarding masks for low-risk outdoor sports.