Nobody was injured after the vehicle drove into the front entrance of the restaurant Tuesday afternoon.
John Schmitt served three years in the leadership role at the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber's Board of Directors voted unanimously Wednesday to release Schmitt.
Taylor Gaul will graduate Sunday from Metea Valley High School with the distinction of having attended every day of school throughout her 12 years of schooling.
A proposed high school graduation date is scheduled for May 27, but board members are looking at other options to avoid possible conflicts with student activities.
Students and staff from Naperville North High School create a "lip dub" Youtube video, which combines lip synching, audio dubbing and dancing.
A number of government offices and locations will be closed over the holiday weekend. Street closures will also be in place for the Memorial Day Parade.
Clark's Car Care opened in 2001 and on Friday was awarded the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce's Small Business of the Year Award.
Opened last month, Go Green Baby! provides non-toxic, eco-friendly products for infants and toddlers as well as employment opportunities for those with special needs.
Police and Fire
Naperville Police Department charged a 26-year-old Fulton man with two counts of child pornography and unlawful solicitation to meet a child.
Naperville Police Department report more than a dozen thefts and home invasions from residents Sunday night through early Tuesday morning.