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Naperville June 20 Tornado Damage Report – 10:30 a.m. June 21 Update

City crews continue to assess damages from last night’s reported tornado in the area south of 75th and Ranchview and are currently focused on restoring power and removing trees, limbs and other debri…
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Naperville Fire Department News - Structure Fire 500 Block of West Jefferson Avenue

Naperville, IL -- At 8:55PM on Monday(6/21/2021), Naperville’s Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) receiveda call on the500 block ofW. Jefferson Aveby theoccupant of a home who stated that their smo…
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Auditor runner-up says DuPage clerk's estimated cost for a recount is 'outrageous'

DuPage County Clerk Jean Kaczmarek says it will cost nearly $290,000 to do a judge-ordered recount of the November race for county auditor. But the candidate who sought the recount insists Kaczmarek'…
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$500,000 bail set for Des Plaines man linked to $22 million drug bust

Bail has been set at $500,000 for a Des Plaines man accused of multiple drug and weapons charges after a high-speed chase last month. Jesser Oaxaca, 32, of the 9100 block of West Church Street appear…
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Naperville Police Kick Off Independence Day Campaign for Safe and Sober Driving

Naperville, IL -- The Naperville Police Department is participating in an Independence Day traffic enforcement campaign with a focus on impaired and unbuckled drivers. The safety campaign will run th…
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Naperville Salute 2021

The Naperville Salute is our Family-Friendly Independence Day Hometown Celebration, centered around our appreciation for Veterans, Active Military, First Responders and their Families. The Salute ble…
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DuPage County vaccination clinic reducing hours of operation

DuPage County public health officials will scale back hours of operation at a mass vaccination clinic in Wheaton, citing the wide availability of COVID-19 shots at other sites.
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DuPage County property transfers for Dec. 16, 2020, through Feb. 4, 2021

DuPage County property transfers for Dec. 16, 2020, through Feb. 4, 2021
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - A Look at Independence

With the Fourth of July holiday still a couple of weeks away, advertisers are already turning to the airwaves and print media to urge us Americans to begin getting ready to celebrate – together. And …
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Online Registration Now Open to Participate in Naperville’s 25th National Night Out on August 3

Registration for neighborhood events due by July 16 Neighborhoods throughout Naperville are invited to join communities nationwide and participate in National Night Out from 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, …
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Grant will expand vocational training for DuPage jail inmates

The DuPage County sheriff's office has received a federal grant to expand and enhance vocational training opportunities for inmates in the correctional facility.
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Naperville Police Issue Seat Belt Citations to Motorists During Recent Memorial Day Enforcement Campaign

The Naperville Police Department issued a total of 46 citations during the recent Memorial Day Click It or Ticket enforcement campaign.   “Through the Memorial Day enforcement campaign, we help…
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Naperville Police Department News - Whelpley Arrest Update as of June 9, 2021

Whelpley Arrest Update: Due to the extensive interest by the media and residents, we wanted to update our community on the status of this case. Barry Lee Whelpley, 76, who is charged with three count…
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