- iSchmaltz Receives Approval For Grants to Help Possible Move to Lisle
The Village of Lisle board unanimously approved $85,000 in grants to help Schmaltz Deli make the possible move.
- iCouncil Tries Hybrid Model, Discusses Street Racing Solutions
Naperville City Council tried out a hybrid model for the first time and discussed potential solutions for increased street racing.
- iBolingbrook Man Accused of Arson at Naperville Martial Arts Studio
A $400,000 bond has been set for a Bolingbrook man who is accused of arson at a Naperville’s United Martial Arts studio.
- i2021 Naperville Consolidated General Election Results
With seats on city council, the park district board, and both school boards up for grabs, it was a busy night in the consolidated election.
- iNaperville Mass COVID-19 Clinic Vaccinates 2,700 Residents
Thousands of Naperville residents will get a COVID-19 vaccine today thanks to the City of Naperville, Jewel-Osco, and the Mall of India.
- iMass COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic To Take Place in Naperville April 7
In partnership with Jewel-Osco and the Mall of India, the City of Naperville will host a mass vaccination clinic next Wednesday April 7.
- iNaperville City Council Meetings To Move To Hybrid Model Next Week
Starting on Wednesday, April 7, the Naperville City Council will hold its meetings using a hybrid in-person/virtual format.
- i$100,000 Bond For Woman Charged With Sixth DUI After Naperville Police Stop
A $100,000 bond has been set for a Chicago woman charged with her sixth DUI after being pulled over by Naperville police, as per the DuPage County State’s Attorney.
- iMike Skarr is This Year’s Recipient of the Roger K. Johnson Award
The award is presented annually to a civic leader who has helped empower families through their service and action.
- iD203 Senior Surprised with $40K Scholarship on Good Morning America
Naperville North High School senior, Vivek Ily, was among 25 class of 2021 students who received the scholarship from The College Board.
- iDistrict 203 High Schoolers Return to Five Days of In-Person Learning
District 203 high school students began five days of in-person learning. This is the first time they’re back since March of last year.
- iLiquor Commission Amends Two License Classes for Local Businesses
Two liquor license classes got unanimous recommendations for changes to accommodate changing business practices for local establishments.
- iSnoop Dogg, Among Others Performing Live at RiverEdge Park in July
Snoop Dogg, Twista, and Poi Dog Pondering are a few artists that will be performing live music this summer at RiverEdge Park.
- 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.
- iNaperville Student’s Nonprofit Teaches Youth About STEM Careers
Like many teens, when Metea Valley Sophomore Dhruv Syngol started to think about college and potential careers, he felt stuck.
- iIllinois Will Receive $7 Billion to “Renew K-12 Learning”
Governor J.B. Pritzker announced today that Illinois will receive at total of $7 billion in federal dollars to “renew K-12 learning.”
- iNorth Central College’s Partnership Receives $10 Million Grant
North Central College’s partnership with Valparaiso University, the University of Evansville (UE), and Drake University has received a $10 million grant.
- iJohn C. Dunham STEM School May Close After 2021-2022 School Year
John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School, which is housed on the campus of Aurora University, may close after the 2021-2022 school year.
- iSafety Town to Return in 2021 With Increased Safety Policies
After taking a year off due to the pandemic in 2020, Safety Town will return this summer with some new policies to adapt to COVID-19.
- iMore Details of D203 Plan To Return To Five Days In School
District 203 administration shared more details about the district’s plans to return to in-person learning, five days a week on April 7.
- 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
- iCOVID-19 Metrics Trending Upward In Illinois, Local Regions
Some COVID-19 metrics are on an upward trend in Illinois, with new daily cases of COVID-19 in the state hitting their highest number today since early February.
- iBenedictine University Hosts COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Clinics
Benedictine University has partnered with Metro Infectious Disease Consultants (MIDC) to host vaccination clinics for DuPage County residents.
- iRising COVID-19 Hospitalizations Delay State’s Bridge Phase
The IDPH announced today the state will not be moving into their ‘Bridge Phase’ because of rising COVID-19 hospitalizations statewide.
- iWill, Kane Counties Among Four Getting Mass Vaccination Sites
Will and Kane counties among four getting new mass vaccination sites, as announced by Governor J.B. Pritzker today. The sites will serve any eligible Illinoisan.
- iLocal Medical Staff Fear Possible COVID Resurgence as Travel Increases
Dr. Pinsky from Edward Hospital provides COVID-19 safety recommendations for those vaccinated and unvaccinated who choose to travel.
- iDCHD Expands COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility to Phase 1b Plus
The DCHD will expand COVID-19 vaccine appointment opportunities to individuals who are eligible in Phase 1b Plus on March 24.
- 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.