- iState Trooper Shot, Two Wounded by Woman Who Then Took Her Own Life
According to the Daily Herald, retired Illinois State Trooper Gregory Rieves was shot and killed and two other male troopers were shot by a 51-year-old woman on Friday night at a cigar lounge in Lisle before she took her own life.
- iHow The 2020 U.S. Census Will Affect Illinois & Naperville
With the 2020 U.S. Census coming to Illinois in the next few months Naperville’s League of Women Voters held an informational meeting on what to expect.
- iNaperville Man Sentenced for Kidnapping in Boone County
Darcell Booker is sentenced to 13 1/2 years in prison after pleading guilty to kidnapping a child while trying to escape police during a traffic stop,
- iNorth Central College’s 27th Annual MLK Prayer Breakfast
This year’s North Central College’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast, fell fittingly on the 60th anniversary of his visit to the campus.
- iReward Offered For Information in Naperville Vandalism Incidents
Crime Stoppers is offering up to $1000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for acts of vandalism in Naperville on Dec. 28.
- iNaperville Councilman Kevin Coyne Launches Safe DuPage
Naperville City Councilman Kevin Coyne launches Safe DuPage after recent gun violence incidents in DuPage County.
- iNaperville Restaurant Week Provides Plenty of Options
Naperville’s diverse restaurant scene offers up options for diners of all tastes. Check out some of the deals for Naperville Restaurant Week.
- iDisciplinary Policies, Medical Cannabis, and More at D203 Meeting
At the latest District 203 meeting, the group discussed updates on their disciplinary policies, the potential introduction of medical cannabis to school, and what they learned about implicit bias.
- iBlood Donations Keep Going Down During The Holiday Season
If you’re in the spirit of giving this holiday season the gift of donating blood can help save someone’s life.
- iResidents Happy With Martin Avenue Apartments Improvements
Residents at Martin Avenue Apartments have started moving back in to their units after some much-welcomed renovations to the facility.
- iWest Suburban Water Polo Preps for High School and Beyond
West Suburban Water Polo is run by Andy and Mike McWhirter as they prepare players for high school. They do so by traveling with their teams.