- iNaperville Police Investigate “Apparent Murder-Suicide” Incident
The Naperville Police Department is investigating an “apparent murder-suicide” incident that happened in the 1300 block of Crab Apple Court.
- iNorth Central College Virtual Luncheon Pays Tribute to MLK
North Central College hosted a virtual luncheon Monday to commemorate MLK Vision Day, with keynote remarks from Rev. Dr. Geneace Williams.
- iNew ‘Cheer’ Season Addresses Sex Abuse Charges Against Naperville Native Former Star
The latest season of Netflix documentary series ‘Cheer’ addresses the child sex abuse charges filed against Naperville native and former star Jerry Harris.
- iDuPage County Divided Over Drawing of County Election Precinct Maps
DuPage County voters could find they are grouped into fewer, larger precincts come the next election.
- iDuPage County Developing COVID-19 Vaccination/Testing Requirements for Employees
DuPage County is working on a policy for county government employees to comply with federal COVID-19 vaccination and testing requirements.
- iNaperville Schools Implement Updated CDC Quarantine & Isolation Guidance
Districts 203 and 204 implemented guidance that quarantine and isolation periods in school settings have now been reduced to five days.
- iVigil Held In Naperville One Year After Capitol Attack
One year after the January 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, dozen’s gathered at Naperville’s Free Speech Pavilion for a candlelight vigil for democracy.
- iFree Online Game Provides Drug Prevention Education
Two companies partnered up to create a game to educate students on the dangers of substance abuse and prevention methods available to use.
- iNaperville Husband to Donate Kidney for Wife’s Second Transplant
When Paul knew his wife needed a kidney transplant, he didn’t hesitate to get tested. And it turned out the Naperville couple is a match.
- iMom Starts Pediatric Cancer Charity After Daughter Treated from Neuroblastoma
After her daughter was treated from neuroblastoma, one mother founded an Illinois non-profit, Love Smiles to help other families.
- iNaperville Restaurant Week Showcases City’s Culinary Scene
Naperville Restaurant Week starts Saturday, providing deals at local eateries across the city. It runs from January 15 to February 6.
- iNaperville Moms Helped Spark Beanie Baby Phenomenon
Beanie Babies sure did take the nation by storm in the 90s. And the ones who sparked the phenomenon were from right here in Naperville.
- iWillowbrook Wildlife Center Treating Two Bald Eagles
The Willowbrook Wildlife Center currently has two bald eagles in its care, something that hasn’t happened since 2014.
- iFunnyLady Sonya D to Produce Comedy Shows in Naperville
Comedian FunnyLady Sonya D has partnered with Center Stage Theater to produce monthly comedy shows in Naperville.
- iD204 Board Approves Boundary Adjustments And Grandfathering Option
The Indian Prairie School District 204 board approved new boundary adjustments and a grandfathering option after months of discussion.
- iBenedictine Monks Separate From Benet Academy After Hire of Coach In Same-Sex Marriage
The Benedictine monks that govern Benet Academy has announced they will separate from the school, months after the hiring of a coach that is in a same-sex marriage.
- iD204 Reveals Admin Boundary Proposal And Grandfathering Option
IPSD 204 officials revealed an administration recommended boundary proposal and a potential grandfathering option at Monday’s board meeting.
- iDistrict 204 Updated Boundary Concepts Address Community Concerns
The latest updates to the IPSD204 boundary concept maps address a number of community concerns, including the removal of all proposed school closures.
- iNaperville School District 203 Approves New Contract with NESPA
The Naperville District 203 board approved a new, three-year contract with the Naperville Education Support Professionals Association (NESPA).
- iInside Look at School Safety in Naperville, Aurora Schools
School safety and student mental health were the focus of a panel discussion featuring officials from District 203 and District 204.
- iStudents Call For Increased Mental Health Awareness At District 204
Six Neuqua Valley High School students called for increased mental health awareness within their school at a recent board meeting.
- iNESPA Rally, Negotiations with District 203 “Move in the Right Direction”
NESPA union members rallied yesterday ahead of the Naperville School District 203 board meeting amid negotiations for a new contract.
- iEdward Hospital President and CEO Addresses Latest COVID-19 Surge
Edward Hospital’s President and CEO Joe Dant provided an update on what it’s like at the hospital during the latest COVID-19 surge.
- iCommunity Town Hall Addresses COVID-19 Questions and Concerns
The DuPage County Health Equity and Access Response Team (HEART) hosted community town hall “Testing Positive with COVID-19: Now What?”
- iEdward-Elmhurst Health and NorthShore University HealthSystem Merger Finalized
The merger between Edward-Elmhurst Health and NorthShore University HealthSystem has been finalized, creating the third largest health system in Illinois.
- iNaperville Fry Family YMCA And Other Locations To Require Proof Of Vaccination
The Naperville Fry Family YMCA and 13 other Chicago area YMCA locations will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for anyone five and older.
- iNew COVID-19 Restrictions in Place at Edward-Elmhurst Health Facilities
As COVID-19 cases rise in the area, Edward-Elmhurst Health (EEH) is implementing new protocols for entering its facilities, effective today.
- iLocal Health Experts Give Guidance on Holiday Gatherings as COVID-19 Metrics Rise
DuPage County health experts are raising awareness about potential threats to public health as people look to gather for the holidays amid rising COVID-19 metrics.
- iDr. Robert Bell’s “Doc Football” Celebrates 20 Years
Dr. Robert Bell and his Doc Football recess program was honored for 20 years of success at Nancy Young Elementary with a staff vs. students football game!
- 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.