DuPage County in 60 Seconds

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DuPage County in 60 Seconds


Four minors ticketed at NCC:

Naperville police said Monday they are wrapping up an investigation of a weekend incident in which one woman was found unconscious and four others were cited for illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor at North Central College. The woman treated at Edward Hospital was Brianna Lynn Green, 19, of Byron, Minn. Police said those cited for consumption of alcohol at 1:15 a.m. Saturday were Gina M. Nielson, 19, of 10830 Kilpatrick, Oak Lawn; Kristen L. Kaczmarek, 18, of 4303 W. 108th Place, Oak Lawn; Kristen C. Scott, 19, of 4496 W. 163rd Place, Lowell, Ind.; and Kelly L. Krippel, 19, of 2841 Arden Place, Joliet. Green also will be cited with illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor, police said.

City unveils new Web feature:

A new feature on Naperville's Web site will allow users to retrieve information about any property in the city in a quick and efficient way, officials said Monday. Designed using the city's Geographic Information Systems technology, the Your Place feature provides zoning information, polling place locations, police beats, legislative districts and more. Web users also will be able to obtain a digital map of any address in the city. For more information, visit Your Place at www.naperville.il.us.

Humane Society snares grant:

The Naperville Humane Society will use a $9,000 grant from the Naperville Jaycees to help purchase a cargo van for the shelter, Executive Director Linda Linford said Monday. Linford said the society needs the vehicle to transport animals for its humane education programs.

Library meeting canceled:

The Naperville Library board of trustees meeting scheduled for Wednesday has been canceled. The board will next meet on May 7.

Bond set for arson suspect:

A West Chicago man was being held Monday on a $1 million bond after being accused of setting several weekend fires, including one at the Glen Ellyn Metra station. …

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