A vehicle and home were damaged Thursday night but no one was injured after an incident in which police believe shots were fired.
Some residents of the Terraces of Brookdale subdivision were evacuated for several hours Thursday night when a welfare check went awry.
On July 10, Em Rademaker, a recent graduate of North Central College, will begin her Peace Corps service, which takes her to South Africa.
The Naperville Police Department arrested four women in "Operation Cross County VI," a nationwide crackdown on prostitution and trafficking organized by the FBI.
Officials offered reaction to the Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling upholding a key provision of the Obama administration's Affordable Health Care Act.
The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline has dropped in recent weeks as many motorists prepare for travel during the long holiday weekend.
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Police and fire
For the second year in a row, the Naperville Police Department ranked No. 2 in the state for its amount of DUI arrests.
Last month someone went on a tagging spree around Naperville, but the graffiti is painted over or washed off quickly.
Daniel S. Blubaugh, 31, of Naperville, is accused of repeatedly stealing from donation boxes late at night.
Ritz Camera, which owned the Wolf Camera store, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and closed more than 100 stores, including the Naperville location.
Naperville community members joined Mayor A. George Pradel in welcoming the new family-friendly, 200-seat Italian restaurant on Thursday afternoon.
District 203 Superintendent Mark Mitrovich expressed his thanks to students and staff in a press release issued yesterday before he officially steps down June 30.