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Hawaiian restaurant coming to downtown Naperville
Downtown Naperville diners will be able to add Hawaiian cuisine to their dining options when Aloha Poke Co. opens later this year at 215 S. Washington St.
Photo gallery: A history of Naperville
Naperville's history dates back to 1831, when settlers began arriving in the area. As the decades came and went, the town grew to a city with more than 140,000 residents, the fifth-largest in Illinois. Take a stroll through the Chicago Tribune photo archives for the history of the city.
Listen to the music all summer in Naperville — for free
Naperville will host five different concert series this summer — no tickets needed — including Concerts in Your Park, Rollin' on the River, Children's Lunch Time Entertainment as well as Naperville Municipal Band and Millennium Carillon concerts.
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Dream homes: Naperville
Pictured: Family room. About this property: $3,999,500. Square footage: 8,449. Year built: 2006. Amenities: Six fireplaces, coach house, exercise room.
Classic photos: Naperville Ribfest
In Naperville, Fourth of July weekend means finger-licking fun. For 27 years, the Exchange Club of Naperville has invited rib masters from across the country to serve up their sweet and spicy wares with a side of family-friendly activities and musical luminaries, all in the name of eradicating child abuse and domestic violence.