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July Editor’s Notes

Are you curious yet? The first time we ever caught folks reading Positively Naperville was at the Mitchell Family Reunion on Thanksgiving Day 2001 at...

Things to do around Naperville this weekend: Sept. 18-20

It's Constitution Day! Reflect on its beginning every year on Sept. 17. Visit the Freedom Shrine display of replicas of historic documents any and every...

Springtime in Naperville Parks / April-May 2022

Naperville Park District has scheduled egg hunts, wildflower walks and other spring-themed events for all ages during April and May. In between special events,...

Naperville Park District is honored with ‘Best Green Practices’ award and PN thoughts turn...

Above / Welcoming and free open spaces for recreation and reflection are essential to the quality of life everywhere. In this Midwestern community, the...

At 50 years, Earth Day reminds us to care for natural beauty, celebrate achievements...

Above / Beginning April 1, Moser Tower at Rotary Hill along the Naperville Riverwalk stood in blue illumination to help promote kindness, understanding and...

May Day attracts anglers to Lake Osborne, one of many popular fishing spots in...

Above / Local fishing opportunities abound all around Lake Osborne behind the Naperville Public Safety Center. Ponds at May Watts Park and Commissioners Park as well...

Find peace with nature in local parks

Above / A great blue heron wades among the lily pads diving for fish along the shore in May Watts Pond at May Watts...

A duck tale in May Watts Park

Above / Yes. You could say we observed a Mother Mallard keeping her ducks in a row. Monday, April 27, 2010 / Monday afternoon when...

Find a pond for fishing in Naperville

Above / Fishing opportunities abound from ponds at May Watts Park and Commissioners Park to fishing piers along the Riverwalk. Fishermen often wade in the DuPage...

Earth Day reminds us to care for the natural beauty of our planet every...

Above / Beginning April 1, Moser Tower at Rotary Hill along the Naperville Riverwalk stood in blue illumination to help promote kindness, understanding and...

Naperville Mayor’s Proclamation recognizes ‘Women’s History Month’

Above / In light of Women's History Month, during the March 19, 2019, City Council Meeting women were invited to share the spotlight for...

Mix and match what’s happening throughout Naperville

Above / Wolf's Crossing Community Park, complete with splash pad, is now open for fun, sun and play. Explore all the amenities at the...

Local fishing ponds provide plenty of pleasure every season

Above / Fishing opportunities abound from stocked ponds at May Watts Park and Commissioners Park to fishing piers along the Riverwalk... Enjoy listening to advice for...

Muddy banks show how high May Watts Pond was May 2

Above / A Mallard duck feeds and basks in the sun along the banks of the May Watts Pond at 8AM, May 3. When seasons...

Step-by-step basin dredging at May Watts Park

Above / Back in July 2018, a sign placed at the Sequoia Road entrance to May Watts Park announced a basin dredging/water quality project...

DuPage County honors Mooring family with bridge over Illinois Prairie Path

Above / Members of the Elmhurst Bicycle Club, Spin Doctor Cyclewerks, the Illinois Prairie Path nonprofit corporation and the Elmhurst Police Department, along with...

Fond memories at May Watts Park during the merry month of May

Above / The great blue heron can stand 46 inches tall on long legs with a wingspan of 72 inches. Its upper body is blueish...

Just anglin’ for fun in the sun at May Watts Pond

Above / About 4PM Fri., March 24, Ryan Solomon caught a wide-mouth bass at May Watts Pond. (Photo by Mark Lara) At 2PM Fri., March...

Earth Day is a reminder to care for the uniqueness of our planet every...

Above / Surrounded by folks who helped plan and plant the attractive Pollinator Station with native prairie plants, Mayor Steve Chirico cut a ribbon...

Public welcome to learn about Naperville Historic Preservation Commission on Jan. 26

Above / The former home of May Theilgaard Watts (1893-1975), an American naturalist and teacher who worked at the Morton Arboretum, stands in the...

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