Naperville officials are dipping their toes into the possibility of playing a bigger role in programs and services for the city’s older residents.
The geese have company. A new pair of animal likenesses stands watch, one perched on the other’s back, along the Riverwalk near the Naperville Park District’s offices southwest of Jackson Avenue and Eagle Street.
Aug. 19 2:30 p.m. |
Susan Frick Carlman
A difficult and challenging construction season has forced Naperville Park District Board members to authorize more time to finish work on the Knoch Knolls Nature Center and Sportsman’s Park cleanup projects.
Aug. 19 11:19 a.m. |
An autopsy performed Monday on the body of a Naperville man who went missing earlier this month in South Dakota did not determine the cause or manner of his death.
Aug. 18 7:53 p.m. |
The two white refrigerators/freezers in the Kane County Coroner’s office look like ones you could find in anyone’s home, only the appliances are filled with evidence such as organs and blood samples.
Aug. 18 9:50 a.m. |
The Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry is getting fresh vegetables from a large garden across the street.
Aug. 18 9 a.m. |
The body of a Naperville man who went missing earlier this month has been found not far from where he disappeared in South Dakota.
Aug. 17 4:08 p.m. |
Several medical marijuana dispensaries will open in the Fox Valley. How will law enforcement handle potential repercussions of the new law?
This week's Top 20 photos of the week include pirates, pilots and a party. Check out some of the best snaps from around the Chicago area.
Aug. 16 5:05 p.m. |
For the second time in less than a year, a former Naperville Central High School student has become the focus of an intensive, missing-person search.
Aug. 15 9:10 p.m. |