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Naperville

Naperville
With a population of 142,075, Naperville now sprawls nearly 40 square miles in DuPage and Will counties. It gets accolades for its schools, parks and library.

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With a population of 142,075, Naperville now sprawls nearly 40 square miles in DuPage and Will counties. It gets accolades for its schools, parks and library.

Read more about Naperville, IL

Find community news and events at TribLocal Naperville.
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  • 3 kids found dead in Naperville house

    3 kids found dead in Naperville house
    As police sifted through their evidence Friday and friends and neighbors sorted through their memories for clues to what had happened at the cranberry-red Victorian house in downtown Naperville, there was one horrid and indisputable fact: Three small...
  • Lemak gets life term for killing her 3 kids

    Saying he wanted Marilyn Lemak to ponder her "terrible acts" the rest of her days, a DuPage County judge Monday sentenced the Naperville woman to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the 1999 drugging and suffocation of her three children....
  • DuPage's crime tally holds steady

    Though reports of crime dropped for an unprecedented seventh straight year statewide, DuPage County's annual crime statistics showed little change, according to state figures released Sunday. Statewide, 2.9 percent fewer major crimes were reported in...
  • Medical school charges expanded

    A one-time top adviser to former Gov. George Ryan was charged Wednesday with aiding and abetting an alleged fraud on a suburban Chicago medical school by acting as a middleman in a kickback scheme. John Glennon, an influential Republican real estate...
  • Blagojevich donors get state jobs

    Just three weeks after appointing Chicago attorney Jack Carriglio to a powerful state board that oversees billions of dollars in assets, Gov. Rod Blagojevich received a $25,000 campaign contribution from Carriglio's law firm. Carriglio, who declined to...
  • Builder pleads guilty in hospital blackmail

    The head of a suburban construction business admitted Monday that he delivered an ultimatum last year to officials of Edward Hospital in Naperville: Hire his firm or have their plans to construct a hospital in Plainfield rejected by a state oversight...
  • DuPage schools meet the test

    In an 8th-grade class in Kennedy Junior High School in Lisle, math pupils spent a recent morning discussing the finer points of skiing as they worked to understand the relationships between time and distance. The purpose of the lesson--charting a skier's...
  • Silent Lemak enters plea of not guilty

    Silent Lemak enters plea of not guilty
    Although many questions about Marilyn Lemak's mental state remain, the 41-year-old Naperville woman entered a plea of not guilty Monday to charges that she murdered her three young children one month ago. Lemak, 41, said nothing as she stood, shaking,...
  • Charges reach Ryan's inner circle

    A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted Dean Bauer, the main anti-corruption official for George Ryan when he was secretary of state, on charges of racketeering and obstruction of justice, accusing him of repeatedly covering up misconduct to protect...
  • '95 Ryan shakeup linked to Bauer

    In 1995, then-Secretary of State George Ryan disbanded his inspector general's office after top aides told him that investigators had done their job so well that employee corruption was under control. The shakeup was recommended by Dean Bauer, Ryan's...
  • Bauer takes plea deal

    Dean Bauer pleaded guilty Wednesday to obstructing a federal investigation into his conduct as the chief corruption fighter in the Illinois secretary of state's office, closing one of the most sensational chapters in Operation Safe Road. But the...
  • Lawyer says Lemak OK in prison

    Lawyer says Lemak OK in prison
    More than two months after beginning a life sentence for the murders of her three children, Marilyn Lemak is adjusting to state prison and taking her medication to battle depression, her lawyer said this week. Attorney John Donahue said the Naperville...