Everyone I talk to about Naperville’s Mayor A. George Pradel shares a positive memory, fun encounter or overall warm feeling about the city’s chief cheerleader. And it should come as no surprise that I am one of the mayor’s biggest fans.
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The Alliance of Midwest India Association really knows how to throw a party. And if the turnout at this year’s first full-blown festival celebrating India’s independence in Naperville is any indication, there will be bigger parties to come.
Aug. 19 10:31 a.m. |
A string of alcohol-related violent accidents culminating in a fatal car crash that killed two young men has sparked debate over the nature of drinking in downtown Naperville.
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Aug. 18 2:45 p.m. |
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If meeting Mayor A. George Pradel is one of your goals, then here’s a contest for you.
Aug. 7 1:25 p.m. |
In life, there are stories of sorrow and grief and stories of hope and giving back.
Aug. 4 12:45 p.m. |
A. George Pradel
Naperville Mayor A. George Pradel, also known as Officer Friendly, will be the featured guest on this episode of NCTV17’s “Naperville Notables.”
Naperville Mayor A. George Pradel was honored with the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Memorial Day parade was a reverent, and at times tearful, occasion as we remembered those who gave their lives so that we might be free.
Mayor A. George Pradel, now 76, served in the Marine Corp for two years from 1956 to 1959. He was a tanker and reached the rank of corporal.