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Naper Settlement receives grant, a pair of local soccer stars get drafted, and Cradles to Crayons will host a winter clothing drive.
Region 8 has moved to Tier 2 COVID-19 mitigations, School District 204 is back in the classroom, and fall college sports will start up in March.
New residential development by the Naperville Metra station, state updates on vaccination progress and where to spot bald eagles in Will County.
Local members of Congress take part in historic vote for second impeachment, IHSA says sports still on pause, and summer concerts planned by park district.
North Central athletics return with men and women’s basketball, AMC Naperville 16 reopens next week, and Alinea meals at Solemn Oath.
Resolution to urge Governor Pritzker to veto House Bill 3653 fails at city council, DuPage COVID-19 testing site closing, and an update on winter sports.
D204 plans to implement voluntary COVID-19 surveillance monitoring, D204’s vaccine plans, and an AI robotics restaurant coming to the area.
Loaves & Fishes announced the purchase of a new warehouse, Naperville Restaurant Week is underway, and Benet Academy mourns the death of Father Jude Randall.
Region 7 moves into Tier 1, newly proposed Islamic Center of Naperville discussed at Planning and Zoning and a local ice skating rink opens.
Organizations honor Martin Luther King Jr., police are investigating an armed carjacking, and NN students build a race car.
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