Patch Recap: Last Fling Begins, Naperville Drivers Among Safest in Nation, Missing Woman Found

Taking a glance at this week's Naperville headlines.


New report from Allstate Insurance may make you calm your nerves while on the road in Naperville.

The farewell to summer event hosted by the Naperville Jaycees takes place from Friday, Aug. 31 to Monday Sept. 3 in downtown Naperville.

A 58-year-old woman who went missing last week was found Wednesday night, police said.


Around Town 

Resurfacing work will cause lane closures on Washington Street beginning Tuesday, Sept. 4.

More than a year after residents voted down building plans, Supervisor Todd Morse is proposing a public meeting to revisit the issue.

The DuPage County Health Department is now reporting seven human cases of West Nile virus and the first human case in Naperville.

AutoNation's Culture of Caring national voting campaign is giving three Naperville charities the opportunity to win big.

Miller has represented Naperville as a councilman since 2005.


School News

Teachers will get a salary increase for this year as well as next school year if new contract is approved.

North Central College listed as a "Best Midwestern College" in annual survey of nation's best colleges.


Police and Fire

The Naperville Police Department is asking residents for more information regarding a fight that occurred early Sunday morning in downtown Naperville.

Police are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of the person or people responsible for several car burglaries earlier this month.


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