- iDistrict 204 Parents Protest Proposed Boundary Adjustment Plans
Parents and families who send their kids to Welch Elementary and Neuqua Valley protested District 204’s proposed boundary adjustment plans.
- iWill County Board Postpones Vote on Redistricting Map, Board Member Salaries
The Will County Board on Thursday postponed a vote on its redistricting map that features 11 two-member districts.
- iNCHS Student Sentenced for Hate Crime for Posting Racist Ad
A NCHS student has been sentenced to two years of probation and 100 hours of community service for charges of hate crime.
- iNaperville City Council Divided Over Arts Committee Vote
Last night Naperville Exploratory Task Force on Public Art presented its recommendation to the Naperville City Council outlining plans to form an arts committee.
- iParents Protest Boundary Adjustment At D204 Board Meeting
Parents and students rallied against D204’s boundary adjustment concepts before voicing their concerns at Monday’s board meeting.
- iSuspect Identified in Naperville North Undisclosed Threat
A suspect has been identified in the undisclosed October 15 threat to Naperville North High School, a juvenile from another state.
- iCity of Naperville Could Increase Water, Electricity Rates
Naperville residents could see an increase to their water and electricity bills under a new proposal being submitted to Naperville City Council.
- iNaperville 203 Restricts Access to High Schools “Out of an Abundance of Caution”
District 203 has restricted access to their high schools due to a circulating social media message that Naperville police are investigating.
- iNaperville Police Department’s Caring Hands Bracelets
The Caring Hands bracelets have a 24-hour number to Naperville’s emergency dispatch center and a unique four-digit identification number.
- iTwo Bostons Hosts Pet Parade In Downtown Naperville
Naperville pet owners gathered downtown Thursday for trick-or-doggie-treat, a costume contest, and more at the Two Bostons Halloween Pet Parade.
- iKatie Wood Retires as Executive Director, Danielle Tufano Takes on Role
Katie Wood has stepped down as the Downtown Naperville Alliance’s executive director and Danielle Tufano has taken on the role.
- iNaperville Halloween Light Trolley Tour Returns With New Addition
The Naperville Halloween Light Trolley Tour is back for the season, with an added northern Naperville tour to see even more spooky displays.
- iDistrict 203 to Implement New High School Student Support Model
Beginning second semester, both Naperville School District 203 high schools will implement a new student support model.
- iNaperville School Districts Explore Test-to-Stay Option
The districts look at ways to reduce the number of students identified as close contacts from staying home, one option is Test-to-Stay.
- 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.
- iWhat Naperville Residents Can Expect For This Year’s Flu Season
With this year’s flu season complicated by the COVID-19 pandemic, Edward Hospital’s Dr. Jonathan Pinsky has tips to stay safe and healthy.
- iDCHD to Reopen Mass Vaccination Clinic for Pfizer Vaccine Booster Shots
The DuPage County Health Department is preparing for the reopening of its mass vaccination clinic as the federal government today issued recommendations authorizing booster doses of the Pfizer vaccine for certain groups of people.
- 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.