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A new development is coming to Naperville Crossings, Paramount Theatre gets several award nominations, and Naperville natives start their NFL seasons.
A county board member calls for the consolidation of the recorder’s office with the county clerk’s office, the Walk to End Alzheimer’s, and rapellers go over the edge.
9/11 remembered in Naperville ceremony tonight, DuPage County reports first human case of West Nile virus, and Jim Healy won’t run again for DuPage County Board.
The NPD announce the results of the Labor Day arrest crackdown, construction will begin on the Municipal Center upper parking deck, and dual authors come to Anderson’s.
An update on the domestic disturbance in South Naperville last week, a panel will discuss election security, and an interfaith health fair this weekend.
Henry Winkler is coming to Naperville for his new book, Edward Hospital’s Care Center hosted a “sacred” fundraiser, and NCC QB Broc Rutter breaks a record.
City Councilman Kevin Coyne announces he’s running for DuPage County Board, a project at Buttonwood Park moves forward, and a special storytime at the library.
The agreement between the city and District 203 to pay the Walgren family was approved, IPSD 204 will conduct an enrollment study, and District 203 receives an award.
Naperville ceremony commemorates 9/11, Cantigny Park displays World Trade Center beams, and new body scan for the DuPage County Jail.
Naperville opts out of recreational marijuana sales, CityGate development gets a go ahead, and construction on Shuman Boulevard.
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