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City announces new Police Chief

City of Naperville held a press conference to introduce Police Chief Select Bob Marshall Many Naperville public officials and residents have known Bob Marshall since...

Enjoy the merry month of May from beginning to end!

Happy May! From April flowers to May showers, new beginnings begin again six weeks into spring on May 1. Our thoughts flash back to days of...

Wednesday Night at Knoch Park

The Naperville Park District 14-inch Mushball Season Is in Full Swing Mushball is a quick game closely resembling softball with some rules that are similar...

Take a Chance to Win Ryder Cup Season Ground Tickets Package for September

WDSRA Benefit Drawing for Ryder Cup Season Ground Tickets Package will be held July 12 The 2012 Ryder Cup will take place September 25-30, 2012...

Naperville Park District Hosted 12-inch Softball Tournament

12 teams battled for championship at Frontier Sports Complex April 21-22   Twelve men’s softball teams competed in the Naperville Park District’s annual Tommy Nevin’s Pub...

Last Fling Main Stage Acts are Booked

Naperville Jaycees Announce Main Stage Acts for Last Fling The Naperville Jaycees announced their main stage lineup for the 2012  Last Fling, held over Labor...

Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce announced 2012 SBA Nominees

The 2012 Small Business of the Year Awards presentation will be held on May 18 According to a message from John Schmitt, President & CEO...

School of Performing Arts will present Vocal Jazz Camp with Pete Ellman Big Band

Audition on May 18 for this summer's Vocal Jazz Camp, June 11-July 18 Step out on the town... and strike up a song for an opportunity to perform with The Pete Ellman Big Band at Mullen's Pub this summer. With guest artists Sandi Haynes, pictured here, Pete Ellman and the School of Performing Arts' own Ross Berkley, music campers will have an opportunity to perform with The Pete Ellman Big Band.

Cuisine for a Cause Helps Neighbors Help Neighbors

9th Annual Cuisine for a Cause benefits Naperville CARES The 9th Annual Cuisine for a Cause on April 21 was a time when Mayor George Pradel and Barbara Dinon reminisced about the first event when it was held in the Naperville Municipal Center. Back then, talk radio host Steve Cochran and Heaven on Seven Chef Jimmy Bannos attracted folks to the event that featured samples from many of the city's favorite restaurants. Dinon also recalled several years ago when her photo was featured in PN's Naperville Nostalgia in the April issue to remind folks about the spring event for a good cause, Naperville CARES.

City Will Change Garbage Collection Cart Sales Beginning May 1

Beginning May 1, All Carts Will Be Either Be Picked Up at the Public Works Service Center Or Delivered to Residents The City of Naperville...

Fundraiser at Cafe Buonaro’s Brings in $18,000 for the Y

Friends remember Ron Buonauro with ongoing support of the Y The YMCA's Annual Dinner and Live Auction at Cafe Buonaro's, now in memory of restauratuer...

Naperville Bank & Trust Showcased What’s New in the Downtown Post Office Building

Naperville Bank & Trust hosts a sneak peek at its third Naperville location Members of the community had an opportunity to  meet bank officers  during...

KidsMatter ‘Ignite the Nite’ at the Wentz

Local high school students dazzled onlookers with a multitude of talents More than 60 students from six high schools performed on stage at the Wentz...

Meet Lucy, the Robot that Shoots Basketballs

Navistar hosts pizza party to celebrate partnership with NNHS Robotics Team On April 18, thanks to a heads up from Huskie parent Anita Mraz, PN...

Positively Naperville Remembers Dick Clark

Positively Naperville connects to Dick Clark via Creative Cakes in NYC From 1974 to 1986, Stephanie Penick, publisher of Positively Naperville, owned a cupcake-sized specialty...

Players Indoor Sports Center Will Host Kids Spring Fling April 21

2012  Kids Spring Fling will shower families with fun activities and a chance to learn about  Loaves & Fishes and A.D.O.P.T. It’s no secret that...

Hurray! Naperville Offers Great Places to Volunteer Outdoors!

The upcoming seasons will offer many times to volunteer in local parks for spruce ups, concerts, walks and runs Be sure to visit the page...

Cafe N Play Opened April 16!

New coffee shop for mothers & tots is now open across Ogden from the Main Post Office Bright and early on a blustery Monday morning,...

Calamos Presented 360 Youth Services One Mile Fun Run

Tommy Hawk welcomed youngsters to victory as they crossed the finish line More than 150 youngsters lined up for the 360 Youth Service One Mile...

American Legion Presented Pam Davis with 2012 Citizen of the Year Award

American Legion honored Pam Davis, CEO of Edward Hospital with its Citizen of the Year, during reception at the Heart Hospital Earlier this spring, the...

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