- iUnprecedented Feedback for New Islamic Center of Naperville
There was an unprecedented amount of feedback for the proposed Islamic Center of Naperville at 3540 248th Ave at last night’s P&Z meeting.
- iCouncil Votes Down Resolution Calling for House Bill Veto
Naperville City Council voted down a resolution that would ask the governor to veto a criminal justice reform bill due to the process by which it was passed.
- iNaperville Police Respond to Carjacking on East Bailey Road
The Naperville Police Department responded to a carjacking that happened today at the 400 block of East Bailey Road at around 1:55 p.m.
- i‘World’s First’ AI-Based Robotic Restaurant Coming To Naperville
The ‘world’s first’ artificial intelligence robotic restaurant is coming to Naperville. The revolutionarily business is set to open in April.
- iIllinois Lawmakers Respond to Storming of U.S. Capitol
Illinois lawmakers react after a crowd of protesters stormed the Capitol, with Governor Pritzker calling for President Donald Trump to be impeached and removed.
- iLeague of Women Voters Holds Virtual “Conversation About Privilege”
Every month in 2021, the League of Women Voters of Naperville is holding “Living Room Conversations” virtual events. The events aim to have in depth discussion about current issues facing society.
- iLocal Democrat Lawmakers React to Biden Inauguration
As Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, Naperville’s local politicians shared their thoughts on the inauguration.
- iDuPage County to Return to ‘Near Normal’ in The Summer
DuPage County Chairman Dan Cronin said this morning he believes the county will be returning to “near normal” in the summer.
- iAnn Lord Celebrates 90th Birthday and 75 Years with the Naperville Municipal Band
On January 18th 2021, Ann turned 90 and 75 of those 90 years have been spent with the local band, as their mistress of ceremonies.
- iDistrict 203 Taxpayers Receiving One-Time Reimbursement
The Naperville School District 203 board of education have approved a one-time tax reimbursement resolution of $10 million.
- iNorth Central College Hosts MLK Virtual Vision Day
North Central College continued its tradition to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by hosting a virtual MLK Virtual Vision Day event.
- iUnited for Peace Coalition Hosts Virtual MLK Panel Discussion
The United for Peace Coalition hosted a panel discussion in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. with elected officials, law enforcement and more.
- iNorth Central College Starts New Saliva-Based COVID Testing
North Central College is starting 2021 with a new partnership in the fight against COVID-19, and a cutting edge saliva based COVID test.
- iD204’s First Day Of In-Person Learning Since March
Some students in Indian Prairie School District 204 were back for in-person learning for the first time since last March.
- iD204’s New Metrics To Decide Whether To Say in Remote
As D204 makes the transition from remote learning to a hybrid-learning model next week, they’re looking at new metrics to make the switch.
- iMore Details About District 203’s Transition to Hybrid Learning
District 203 said they are still on track to transition to hybrid learning for all students starting the week of January 25.
- iCatholic Schools’ In-Person Learning Successful So Far
Local private schools are having success with full-time in-person learning several months into the school year.
- iDistrict 203 “On Track” To Begin Hybrid Learning January 25
In a letter to parents, Naperville School District 203 Superintendent Dan Bridges said the district is “on track” to begin hybrid learning on January 25, 2021.
- iD204 Hopes To Have Students In Hybrid Model By Feb. 1
D204 said they’d be transitioning to a hybrid model on January 19. All students enrolled in the hybrid model will be in class by Feb. 1.
- iDuPage, Will Counties Eyeing Move to Vaccination Phase 1b
Both of Naperville’s counties, DuPage and Will, are anticipating moves into Phase 1b of Illinois’ COVID-19 vaccination plan.
- iCOVID-19 Vaccines Distribution In DuPage & Will Counties
It’s been about three weeks since the state of Illinois first distributed COVID-19 vaccines to DuPage and Will Counties.
- iIHSA Remains on Pause; Hopes to Return in February
The IHSA announced that the winter athletic season will remain on pause through at least the rest of the month, with hopes of returning to play in February.
- iNorth Central College Returns to Athletics January 23
North Central has announced a return to athletics, starting January 23 with men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling and girls bowling.
- iIHSA Announces Badminton Moves Seasons; Contact Days Established
The IHSA announced the girls’ badminton season will be moved, approved contact days and next plans to meet to discuss the remaining schedule.