Former Naperville North Counselor Sentenced for Sexual Abuse of Student
John Carbonaro, a former Naperville North High School coach and counselor, was formally sentenced to jail and probation on Tuesday.
Newt and Callista Gingrich made a visit to Anderson's Bookshop in downtown Naperville to sign copies of their new books Wednesday night.
Firefighters Rescue Injured Construction Worker From Edward Hospital Roof
Firefighters used an on-site crane to lower an injured construction worker from the roof of Edward Hospital Wednesday morning.
Office Depot to Buy Naperville-Based OfficeMax in $1.2 Billion Deal
Naperville-based office supply company to be bought by rival Office Depot.
The developer of the proposed multi-use downtown Naperville hotel project was set to present revised plans to City Council members Tuesday, but the presentation was pushed back.
Police and fire
Naperville Police Department to Hire 3 New Officers
Council members approved a request filed by Naperville Police Chief Bob Marshall to hire three new police officers during Tuesday night's City Council meeting.
Two Naperville Homes Burglarized on Friday: Police
Police are looking for more information regarding two residential burglaries.
Proposed Law Would Ban All Illinois Minors from Tanning Beds
Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno (R-Lemont) introduced legislation Friday that would prohibit teens 17 and younger from tanning in sunless tanning beds.
Alex Oechsel, of Naperville, and Mariah Pulice, of Downers Grove, were both selected to go to Hollywood but didn't make it to the show's Top 40.
January Home Sales: Naperville Sales Up Slightly from 2012
The 70 detached, single-family homes sold in Naperville last month represented a 16.7 percent increase over January 2012, the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors reports.
City Makes it Easier to Reunite Lost Pets With Owners
Online list provides information and photos of lost four-legged friends.
Drew Peterson Sentenced to 38 Years in Prison for Murder of Kathleen Savio
Drew Peterson was sentenced Thursday in the murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, after a judge denied a motion for a new murder trial.
Metra CEO Apologizes for Recent BNSF Line Delays
Metra CEO Alex Clifford issued an apology to riders who use the BNSF line, which runs through Naperville, Lisle and Aurora.