- iChirico’s State of the City Says Naperville Will Move Forward
Naperville Mayor Steve Chirico focused his 2021 State of the City address on the concept of adaptation and moving forward.
- iPritzker Says Masks, Social Distancing No Longer Required for Fully Vaccinated
Governor J.B. Pritzker is removing the mask mandate and social distancing rules for fully vaccinated people in Illinois in most instances.
- iJuvenile Stabbed During Fight in Downtown Naperville
A juvenile male was stabbed during a fight last night in Downtown Naperville. He was taken to the hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
- iFormer NNHS Employee Accused of Possessing Child Pornography
Bond was set at $150,000 this morning for a former Naperville North High School employee accused of possessing child pornography.
- iWhat Does the Bridge Phase Mean for Local Businesses?
With the state set to move into the Bridge Phase of the Restore Illinois plan on Friday, here’s what changes in terms of COVID-19 mitigations.
- iNaperville Police Department’s Chat with the Chief Returns May 25
After a one-year break due to COVID-19, Naperville Police Chief Robert Marshall is bringing back “Chat with the Chief” on
- iWalk for Huntington’s Disease in Downtown Naperville
17 years ago, Dave and Susie Hodgson started the Walk for Huntington’s Disease. They have each lost spouses and children to the disease.
- iFour Women Sworn In as Newest Park District Commissioners
Four new Naperville Park District commissioners took the oath of office at the park board meeting last night – and all four of them women.
- iNaperville Police Department’s 2021 Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony
This morning the Naperville Police Department held their 2021 Memorial Service Ceremony, which aims to honor fallen police officers.
- iConfusion on Rabbits’ Gender Results in Surge At Shelter
Since January DuPage County Animal Services has accepted 120 rabbits, 63 of which have come in the last two weeks.
- iNaper Settlement Exhibit Tells Local Story of World War II
“Answering the Call: Naperville at War 1941-1945” showcases the lives of Napervillians on the home front and abroad during World War II.
- iStory of James Laird, Naperville’s First Murder Victim
When former Naperville resident Dennis Frantzen came across an old newspaper headline, he decided to research James Laird.
- iNaperville Students Solve Tangled Jewelry With “Polar Pocket”
Six months ago, Naperville North students Ishika Sadhukhan, Mary Crossett, and Ellie Gerner were strangers. Now, they’re business partners. Together
- iNaperville-Area High Schools Rank High In U.S. News & World Report
Five local high schools have made it into U.S. News & World Report’s top-50 list for best schools in Illinois.
- iD204 BOE Against Terminating Its Partnership With STEM School
In a 4-3 decision D204’s Board of Education voted against terminating its partnership with the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School.
- iOver 700 District 203 Students Quarantine Week of April 12
The Naperville School District 203 COVID-19 dashboard shows that a total of 707 District 203 students were quarantined the week of April 12.
- iDistrict 203 Plans to Help Students Due to Disruption of In-Person Learning
Administration talked about plans for summer school and the 2021-2022 school year to help make up for the disruption to in-person learning.
- iDuPage County Sets Vaccination Goal, Opens Walk-In Clinic
DuPage County officials announced a new goal to have 80% of the county’s population fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by July 1.
- iCDC Releases New Mask Guidance for Fully-Vaccinated
The Centers for Disease Control issued new nation-wide mask-wearing guidelines for fully-vaccinated individuals at a press conference today.
- iHealth Officials Say Stay Vigilant, Follow Protocol As Local COVID-19 Cases Rise
With COVID-19 positivity rates on the rise in our area, health officials are reminding the public to keep their guard
- 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.
- iLocal High School Football Games Canceled Due to COVID-19
Sports are unpredictable; adding a pandemic can take that to another level. Some football games have been canceled due to COVID-19.
- iD204 Student Starts Petition to Allow Student Spectators at Football Games
Local students have started a petition in response to the DuPage Valley Conference’s decision not to allow student spectators.
- iIHSA Announces Return of Spring Sports Championships
Following a meeting of the IHSA Board of directors, it was announced that the traditional spring sports that had their seasons canceled in 2020 will be able to compete for a state championship in 2021.
- iPrep Sports Return in Full; Winter Season Starts ASAP
Prep sports are back with the IHSA releasing start dates, end dates and state series information for winter, spring and summer sports.