Naperville


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Naperville

(nā`pərvĭl), city (1990 pop. 85,351), Du Page co., NE Ill., on the Du Page River, in a farm area; settled 1831–32, inc. as a city 1890. It is a major office and corporate center that grew markedly in the late 20th cent. Manufactures include metal, food, paper, and plastic products; electrical equipment; machinery; and medical supplies. Naperville is the seat of North Central College.
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* Bob Ross, chief operating officer, Naperville Unit District 203;
Naperville's storied past has paved the way for a bright and vibrant future that welcomes everyone to stay for the day or a lifetime.
The art league's Naperville Fine Art Center & Gallery is open five days a week, welcoming students to classes, artists to display their original work, and visitors to enjoy gallery art and social events.
Brought together by a common love of music, members of the Naperville Municipal Band pride themselves on providing quality musical experiences and free concerts to grateful concert goers, while promoting goodwill around the community.
The artistic mission of the Naperville Men's Glee Club is to achieve male choral singing at the highest level of musicianship possible across a diverse repertoire, while balancing member commitments to employment, family life and community service.
The fourth annual celebration hosted by the station's morning news team came to Naperville at the suggestion of the Downtown Naperville Alliance, which applied to host the festival and parade in the city's commercial core.
Naperville Park Police Chief Carl Schnibben and Officer David White attended the recognition while Detective Jamie Goschey presented the award.
Naperville is a well-known wedding destination and hosts many DuPage County families at its hotels.