|6.16.13-6.19.13 Somewhere within those dates, iPods and cables
were stolen from a neighbors car parked in the driveway on
Pearson Cr. Items stolen were out of sight and inside the consoles.
No signs of forced entry, possibly unlocked. A police report has
been filed. A $1,000 reward has been issued to the person who
has information leading to the arrest of person(s) who committed
|6.8.13 Our yearly neighborhood garage sale was a success! This
year there were only 7 homes participating. The next block garage
sale will be in summer of 2015 (Odd number years).
|4.27.13 Biggest traffic accident this block has ever seen was at the
intersection of Morningside & 8th St. A vehicle T-boned another
and sent it flying into a tree. WOW! lol See photo HERE
|4.18.13 The 3rd largest rain we've had in a decade! Neighbors
are urged to clear out their street drain located at the curb (if you
have one). If you have any debris to be thrown out, be sure to
place it on the skirt of your driveway and NOT on your grass (it will
burn the grass).
|3.1.13 The events directory has been updated to reflect this years
block events. HERE.
|5.22.12 Two weeks ago was an interesting week. There were 2
gang fights & 4 drug busts by Naperville Police, AND a death on
the block. More details later when FOIA clears the police
|4.15.12 We're taking a poll to see when is a good date to have our
annual block party. Please email George HERE for your suggestion
|1.6.12 It occured last night sometime from 11p-4a. The baseball
bandits seemed to be targeting mostly the wooden mailboxes and a
couple of metal one's too. The areas hit were Morningside,
Pearson Cr. Eagle, Webster and a couple on Main/6th Ave. If you
were the unfortunate victim of a "home run" on your mailbox, it's
imparative to file a report online HERE. If they catch the "baseball
bandits", they'll be forced to pay restitution to the victims. So be
sure to file a complaint so you get reimbursed.
|12.1.11 Neighbors needing a free refrigerator magnet, please
contact us HERE and we'll drop one in your mail box.
|9.13.11 We are organizing a new board of directors for our block.
Positions include: Vice President, Chief Financial Officer (CFO),
Chief Operations Officer (COO) & Chief Marketing Officer (CMO)
Deadline for submissions are 12.31.11. Board of directors will be
elected in January 2012, contact us HERE to submit your entry.
Salaries: $221,000/yr (not a penny more lol). Benefits include:
Pat on the back, all gossip 1st hand, occasional free food at
events, free gifts from sponsors, self esteem booster & extra kisses
by your spouse because your active in your community. :-)
|9.10.11 Thanks out to all our supporters, helpful hands and
sponsors for our 9th annual block party! This year we had 77
fellow neighbors turn out for this event (including kids). Another
thanks out to Mr. Dunbar for taking all the pictures again. Pictures
are located HERE.
|6.20.11 Our 2011 hotdog party was a success! Special thanks out
to all the neighbors who pitched in to help. A special thanks out to
Tom Belgio of Belgios Catering for sending over their New York
|5.30.11 Two more break in attempts recorded. One back on
Webster; another on Pearson Cr. No details given.
|4.21.11 We're looking for an EVENTS COORDINATOR for our
block. If you'd like to take on this task, please email us HERE.
|4.16.11 Attempted break-in at HOUSE #39. Broken rear basement
window. Nothing stolen. Nobody seen or heard breaking the
|4.12.11 Two male subjects (white & hispanic) were drinking alcohol
on the driveway of HOUSE #55. The subject then proceeded to
walk around the back of the house and "hang out". When
confronted, they simply stated "we're lost and looking for a cab".
|4.10.11 Same white male subject walked across the street to
HOUSE #73 and knocked on the door and attempted to pry open a
window. Subject fled shorty afterwards when the lights went on.
|4.10.11 Attempted break-in at HOUSE #26. White male, 6 ft tall
knocked on front door. No answer, then attempted to open
windows and doors. Jumped fence and tried to open sliding glass
door. Police were called and dual K9 units were dispatched along
with 7 squads. Nobody apprehended.
|3.13.11 The listing agent currently living in house #69 (until the
sale closes at the end of April) reported on 3.13.11 an unknown
person(s) was in the house. More then likely it was a past tenant,
but the police were called just in case. Unsure of what transpired
with the report and any further investigation.
|9.24.10 Congrats out to Paul & Brooke Galassi. A warm welcome
to their new baby girl, Lucy Ann.
|9.21.10 Yet another fun Block party has come and gone! This is
the 1st year we had to reschedule the party due to rain. This year
we had 73 people show up (including kids). Last year we had over
100 ppl. Special thanks out to everyone who helped and donated
food for the occasion. Pictures are located HERE.
|9.13.10 Another vehicle has been broken into on Pearson Cr. No
damage was done to the vehicle at house #71. There was a GPS
unit stolen by entering through the rear window of the pickup truck.
|9.11.10 We're looking to create our very own Board to help with
ideas, events etc. If you're interested in any of the Board member
seats (Vice President, CFO, CTO, Officer, Director) please contact
|8.20.10 The Block party & Sloppy Joe Fest have been
|6.28.10 Another successful neighborhood garage sale. This year
there were 12 homes who participated. Special thanks out to Bill &
Leslie Schaumann for donating their time and resources. Next
years garage sale should be even larger... it will be free to all
|5.15.10 Our quickly organized Hot Dog party was a success.
Neighbors, friends, family and kids were on site at the end of
Morningside Dr. Approximately 49 people showed up. We had the
bouncey house up and running, hot dogs and pop galore. Thx out
to everyone who helped participate and donate their time.
|2.6.10 Brittney Prendi (house #39) is sponsoring a drive to help
the people of Haiti. In conjunction with her church, you can drop
any unopened toiletry items at her house on 359 Pearson Cr.
Brittney's phone number is 630.730.1369