Patch Recap: No Injuries After Fire, Peterson Found Guilty, West Nile Cases Climb

Taking a glance at this week's Naperville headlines.


Naperville Fire Department Division Chief Mark Ziemnik said aluminum caught fire in a pit Wednesday afternoon in a Naperville steel processing building.

The jury has given its verdict after weeks of controversial hearsay testimony, stops and starts and antics from both sides.

Two former DuPage County Forest Preserve District employees are charged with plans to bilk a government entity of more than $100,000.


Around town

The DuPage County Health Department reported new cases of West Nile virus Tuesday.

Huskies football fans will get an in-depth look at Naperville North's football program in new Comcast show on CN100.

Staycation? Vacation? Either way, upload photos of your summer travel experience.

Judging by the smiling faces, good times were had by all during this weekend's annual "farewell to summer" event.


Police and Fire

Accompanying photos were taken at the Naperville Police Department between Aug. 24 - 29.


School news 

North Central College ranked among the nation's top college and universities in annual survey.

North Central College listed in annual guide for 2012-13.


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