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(ˈneɪ pərˌvɪl)

a city in NE Illinois. 107,001.
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* Mark Puknaitis, Naperville Fire Department chief;
Welcome to Naperville, a community of almost 148,000 that's 188 years young.
One of the area's most progressive art organizations, the Naperville Art League, inspires artists and art enthusiasts throughout the year.
The Naperville Municipal Band is celebrating its 160th year of entertaining the people of Naperville and surrounding suburbs.
The Naperville Men's Glee Club has a rich history of making music and serving the Naperville community and the state of Illinois since its inception in 1988 when it was established under founder and Director Emeritus Bonnie Roberts.
From the earliest shots of beverages brewed by Sparrow Coffee to the final views of a concert on a stage near the Riverwalk, the WGN Block Party on Friday morning put Naperville on display through live TV.
The 2019 Officer David White Scholarship was awarded to Katharine Marshall, daughter of Naperville Chief of Police, Robert Marshall.
The DuPage Tourism Coalition says Naperville's opposition to a hotel/motel tax is risking DuPage County tourism and that Naperville needs to be a team player.