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On Business Connection, host Liz Spencer sits down with local business owners and entrepreneurs to discuss their business, their products and services and their involvement in the community.
- iSupporting Strategies | Chicago Far West Suburbs Helps You Manage Your Business
Supporting Strategies can help you manage your business during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now might be the perfect time to think about a virtual back office.
- iBMO Harris Bank Naperville Helps Local Businesses and Families
BMO Harris Bank Naperville helps local businesses and families during the COVID-19 pandemic
NCTV17 broadcasts a wide variety of community events each year including parades, band concerts, choral groups, school concerts, presentations and ceremonies.
- iBuilding the Beloved Community: Repairing the World
On June 28th the NILA held “Building the Beloved Community: Repairing the World,” a call for racial justice and interfaith solidarity
Dana Being Dana
Dana Being Dana is hosted by Dana Michelle. Building on her successful weekly radio talk show on Intellectual Radio, Dana discusses topics that matter to real people. She focuses on the human connection and getting the most out of life by living intentionally.
Since 2006, NCTV17 has produced 20 documentaries, including many in partnership with the Naperville Heritage Society, showcasing and preserving local history.
- iWheels of Change
Wheels of Change explores the Automobile dealerships that were located in downtown Naperville in the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s, how the business changed since then, the impact of the dealerships on the community, and the impact of automobiles on American culture as a whole.
- iFuture Focus
When Superintendent Dan Bridges requested that a district-wide community group be convened to study and give comment to the promise and opportunities facing District 203 hundreds of community members (families, residents, and staff) turned out for the Future Focus sessions.
- iWe Are Rivals
Each fall, the community comes together for two crosstown high school football games. Under the bright lights of North Central College’s Benedetti-Wehrli Stadium, Naperville Central takes on Naperville North in the Crosstown Classic, and Neuqua Valley takes on Waubonsie Valley in the Prairie Classic.
Finding Common Ground
Finding Common Ground is focused on important current events and how they impact our diverse population. We are many voices of one community, often with strong opinions on every side of an issue. Through courageous conversation, in the interest of discovering collaborative solutions, we hope to find our common ground.
- iReopening Naperville’s Businesses: Too Soon or Too Late?
Two community members, Josh McBroom and Karen Peck, debate the pros and cons of reopening Naperville’s businesses and the decisions made by state/local government.
- i100 Years of Women’s Suffrage: Youth and Elections
A century ago women were granted the right to vote, but how has this effected youth and elections?
Naperville’s only TV Game show has eight players in two teams competing to win the Game On! Trophy AND city bragging rights. Danielle Tufano, hosts the fun by steering the teams through six crazy games of skill and chance.
Inside the Chamber
Inside the Chamber is hosted by the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce President & CEO and brings together a group of experts to discuss today’s top business trends and issues, especially as they affect Naperville.
Naperville News 17
Naperville News 17 reporters bring viewers a local perspective on the national news as well as cover all the local stories happening in the Naperville area.
- iLeague of Women Voters Holds Virtual “Conversation About Privilege”
Every month in 2021, the League of Women Voters of Naperville is holding “Living Room Conversations” virtual events. The events aim to have in depth discussion about current issues facing society.
- iDuPage, Will Counties Eyeing Move to Vaccination Phase 1b
Both of Naperville’s counties, DuPage and Will, are anticipating moves into Phase 1b of Illinois’ COVID-19 vaccination plan.
- iUnprecedented Feedback for New Islamic Center of Naperville
There was an unprecedented amount of feedback for the proposed Islamic Center of Naperville at 3540 248th Ave at last night’s P&Z meeting.
- iLocal Democrat Lawmakers React to Biden Inauguration
As Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, Naperville’s local politicians shared their thoughts on the inauguration.
Naperville Sports Weekly
Hosted by Kevin Jackman, Naperville Sports Weekly is the only television program covering both the boys’ and girls’ varsity sports at all six Naperville-area high schools.
- iChad Allen, Neuqua Valley Boys Swimming; Coach’s Code
Chad Allen, the Neuqua Valley Boys Swimming Coach, discusses his philosophy and approach to practice in this Coach’s Code, presented by BMO Harris Bank.
NCTV17 News Update
NCTV17 News Update delivers the latest news headlines for Naperville and the surrounding area.
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- iNCC Athletics Return | AMC to Reopen | #AlineaToGo
North Central athletics return with men and women’s basketball, AMC Naperville 16 reopens next week, and Alinea meals at Solemn Oath.
- iRegion 7 In Tier 1 | New Islamic Center | Ice Skating Rinks
Region 7 moves into Tier 1, newly proposed Islamic Center of Naperville discussed at Planning and Zoning and a local ice skating rink opens.
- iHouse Bill 3653 | COVID-19 Test Site Closing | Winter Sports Update
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.
- iTier 2 Mitigations | D204 Back in Class | College Sports
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.
- iMLK Jr. Day | Carjacking | NN Students Build Race Car
Organizations honor Martin Luther King Jr., police are investigating an armed carjacking, and NN students build a race car.
- iNaper Settlement Receives Grant | Soccer Stars Get Drafted | Clothing Drive
Naper Settlement receives grant, a pair of local soccer stars get drafted, and Cradles to Crayons will host a winter clothing drive.
- iHistoric Vote | Sports Remain Paused | Summer Concerts Planned
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.
- iNew Residential Development | Vaccination Progress | Bald Eagle Sightings
New residential development by the Naperville Metra station, state updates on vaccination progress and where to spot bald eagles in Will County.
On Spotlight, host Jane Wernette sits down with area nonprofits to talk about their mission and the programs and services they offer to the community.
- iImpact of COVID-19 on Employment, Food and Housing Hardships
Impact of COVID-19 on Employment, Food and Housing Hardships in Naperville.
The Red Zone
Hosted by Kevin Jackman, The Red Zone focuses on the North Central College football team. Each week Head Coach Jeff Thorne and his players stop by to break down last week’s game and preview upcoming games.
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