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Naperville: 5 Latest Homes To Hit The Market
NAPERVILLE, IL — On the hunt for a new home nearby, but tired of browsing through the same old real-estate listings every time you search online? Not to fear! To help simplify your search, we at Patch have compiled the latest batch of five new listings nearby.
Taxi driver charged with attacking, sexually assaulting a woman in Naperville
A taxi driver has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman he was driving home from a Naperville business. Sandeep Arora, 44, of Chicago, was arrested on a warrant Thursday in connection with the July 9, 2017, incident, according to a news release issued by DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert
NAPERVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT: Naperville Firefighters Extinguish Structure Fire on Tennyson Lane
Naperville Fire Department issued the following announcement on Dec. 10. At 8:19 p.m. on Monday, December 10, 2018, Naperville’s Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) received a 911 call for the report of smoke in a two-story multi-family residence located in the 1100 block of Tennyson Lane. Napervil
Naperville Public Library's winter reading program returns
Naperville Public Library is promoting literacy and the importance of reading by encouraging children to sign-up for its annual Winter Reading Program. Starting Dec. 10 to Jan. 25, kids from birth through fifth grade can read and log books for chances to earn prizes like books, toys and weekly drawi
5 New Foreclosed Houses In The Naperville Area
NAPERVILLE, IL — Have a lower price point, but still need to buy a home nearby? . A tour of the latest foreclosures in the Naperville area could be a great starting point!. Here's a list of five new foreclosures on the market near you — many of them surprisingly affordable for their size and locatio
DeKalb Co. Landlord Charged For Allegedly Taking Photo, Trespassing on Nude Tenant
A Naperville man who is a landlord at a DeKalb County apartment complex is facing charges after he allegedly entered a tenants domicile, unannounced, while the tenant was naked and took a photo of him.
Analysis: City of Naperville proposes $452.2M budget for 2019
The new budget proposed by City of Naperville calls for $452.2 million in expenditures in fiscal year 2019, which is 2.2 percent more than what this year’s budget provides. Officials have until Dec. 31 to approve a budget.
Pet Words of Wisdom – Gift cards make great presents
Here come the holidays and every December at Dog Patch we reminisce about our long history of helping people keep their heads over giving adorable animals as gifts. Surprising someone with a pet is almost never a good idea.
Chicago man held on $500,000 bail in Wheaton carjacking
A Chicago man is being held on $500,000 bail in DuPage County, charged in a Thursday night carjacking in the Wheaton Target parking lot. Demarion Chambers, 22, has been charged with vehicular hijacking, identity theft and unlawful use of a credit card.
Naperville cop involved in crash that killed 73-year-old woman may get $140K workers' comp payment
Naperville City Council members Tuesday will consider approving a $140,000 lump sum workers’ compensation settlement agreement for the police officer involved in the April 2017 traffic crash that killed a 73-year-old Naperville woman.
Indian Prairie District 204 may hire consultant to fight new Route 59 TIF districts
Indian Prairie District 204 officials, worried that the city of Aurora might offer economic incentives to Route 59 developers that could affect their schools, may hire a consultant to represent the district’s interests.
3 Lisle Area Foreclosures Up For Sale
LISLE, IL — Do you feel like reasonably priced houses are difficult to find in your community? Don't rule out the foreclosed properties on the market. You never know what you might find!
Naperville People in the News
The Edward Foundation has awarded $40,000 in nursing scholarships to 12 Edward Hospital employees who are pursuing a degree or advanced degree in nursing. The foundation awarded $10,000 Peter Veit Scholarships to Marie Spitzer, a registered nurse in the intensive care unit, and Christine Yaeger, a r
Naperville Boy Charged With Threatening to 'Shoot Up the School'
A boy was charged Tuesday with threatening to shoot up his junior high school in west suburban Naperville. The juvenile was charged with a felony count of “false report of a threat to a school” and was released the same day to his parents’ custody on home detention, according to a statement from the
One dead, three injured in Villa Park morning blaze
One person is dead and three others were injured -- including two police officers -- following an early morning fire Saturday in Villa Park. Officers responded to the fire at a single-family home on the 300 block of North Lincoln Avenue at 6:25 a.m.
Naperville Running Company Clears Path
The Naperville Running Company is making sure you have a clear path to run on during this snowy season. The local business has partnered up with the Naperville Park District to help with the costs of snow removal, by paying for clean up of the trail, that extends from the Route 59 pedestrian bridge
Aurora Man Charged With Several Felonies for Alleged Oswego Cocaine Sales
An Aurora man was arrested by members of the Kendall County Police Assistance Team for alleged Cocaine sales in Oswego on Thursday. Kendall CPAT officials say 24 year-old Miguel Ortega Uribe of Aurora was taken into custody at a restaurant in the area of Route 30 and Douglas Rd.
Police: Landlord yells at naked tenant, takes his photo
SYCAMORE – A Naperville man who’s a landlord at Suburban Apartments entered a tenant’s apartment without notice and took a picture of him while the tenant was naked, according to a news release from the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office.
Bomb threats made in Chicago area and nationwide; FBI investigating
CHICAGO (WLS) -- Several sites in the Chicago area have received bomb threats as authorities investigate a series of other threats made nationwide via email to various targets, including schools, public offices, commercial buildings and news organizations.
Bomb threats in Geneva, Aurora may be part of nationwide threat
The Kane County Government Center, Aurora City Hall, Rush-Copley Medical Center and other buildings in Kane County seem to have been part of a nationwide spate of bomb threats made in an apparent scam Thursday afternoon.