Members of the Naperville Park Board met Thursday night during their final monthly meeting of the year to review plans for a few projects and events in the months ahead, including Ale Fest and a golf fitness room.
Oct. 24 9:54 a.m. |
A developer is proposing a 534.6-acre mixed-use residential and commercial development proposed on Oswego farmland with 1,500 to 1,600 housing units.
U.S. 11th Congressional District incumbent Bill Foster (D-Naperville) met with Republican challenger Darlene Senger, of Naperville, during an election forum Wednesday night at Congregation Beth Shalom of Naperville.
Oct. 23 10:31 a.m. |
Secretary of State Jesse White says Neuqua Valley High School's driver education program should be emulated by other schools.
Oct. 22 3:36 p.m. |
Naperville's Municipal Center had foot traffic from 410 voters Monday, when the early voting period began. Across DuPage and Will counties, almost 5,800 people had weighed in on the Nov. 4 general election via early and mail-in voting as of mid-day Tuesday.
Oct. 21 1:20 p.m. |
Susan Frick Carlman
The final televised debate between fierce opponents Gov. Pat Quinn and Bruce Rauner pitted an everyman who would fight for the little people versus a businessman who would drive results.
Bill Novack, Naperville's transportation and economic development director, talked about an uptick in code violations during a Naperville Area Homeowners Confederation meeting Saturday. About 35 people were on hand for the monthly gathering.
Oct. 20 1:46 p.m. |
City staff support the proposal for a five-story residence hall on the south end of campus that would have room for 229 students. The Planning and Zoning Commission likes the plan too. City Council members will consider it Tuesday, along with numerous other matters.
Park Board gives nod to sawmill sculpture aid