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The DuPage County seat's historic Cape Cods, four-squares and Victorians stand untouched in the teardown craze. Read more about Wheaton.

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The DuPage County seat's historic Cape Cods, four-squares and Victorians stand untouched in the teardown craze. Read more about Wheaton.

Find community news and events at TribLocal Wheaton.
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Top Wheaton Articles

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  • Obit: The Rev. Thomas J. White, founded Wheaton parish

     Obit: The Rev. Thomas J. White, founded Wheaton parish
    The Rev. Thomas J. White, a priest with Catholic congregations in DuPage County for 45 years, was the founding pastor at St. Daniel the Prophet Church in Wheaton. "He took on big challenges," said the Rev. Ed McLaughlin, a retired Catholic priest who...
  • DuPage County Fair celebrates 60 years

    DuPage County Fair celebrates 60 years
    Thousands of people are expected to gather soon in Wheaton, where monster trucks, horses, wild animals and crafters will mark the 60th anniversary of the DuPage County Fair. It's an event that's changed in recent years to stay relevant, fair officials...
  • Mercury Elite 17U makes gold bracket despite illness

    The Illinois Mercury Elite 17U squad was one of 12 teams to make it to the gold bracket of the Chicago Challenge, which drew 48 basketball teams from around the country and more than 200 college coaches to evaluate high school talent from July 10 to 13 at...
  • DuPage Health Department plans $11M building expansion

    DuPage Health Department plans $11M building expansion
    DuPage County Health Department officials are planning to build an $11 million community center on its portion of the county government complex in Wheaton. It has the backing of the city of Wheaton, as council members voted unanimously on Monday to...
  • Wheaton approves Courthouse Square settlement

    Wheaton approves Courthouse Square settlement
    The gridlock on a key development site in downtown Wheaton may be coming to an end. A settlement has been presented on a lawsuit between developers who wanted to build senior housing at the site of the former DuPage County Courthouse on Reber Street and...
  • White Sox team opens season Thursday

    The Wheaton White Sox college-level baseball team will compete in the East Division of the Metro Collegiate Summer Baseball of Illinois Conference this year. The season opens for the White Sox on Thursday against the Suburban Thunder. Included on...
  • Wheaton students charged with posting obscene images

    Wheaton students charged with posting obscene images
    Two students at a Wheaton school have been charged as juveniles for posting obscene images involving school faculty and other students, school officials and DuPage County prosecutors said today. The youths, both 14-year-old boys, are charged with...
  • DuPage County History Museum receives grant for new roof

    DuPage County History Museum receives grant for new roof
    The DuPage County Historical Museum in Wheaton will be getting a new roof, thanks to a state grant. The museum has been awarded $600,800 from the Illinois Public Museum Capital Grants Program. Museum officials applied for the grant several months ago....
  • Supreme Court conservatives are playing a long game

    Supreme Court conservatives are playing a long game
    The Supreme Court led by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. showed again this year that it is playing a long game, writing opinions that move the law in small but steady steps in a conservative direction. At first glance, many of its decisions appear...
  • Illinois colleague expects Roskam to run for whip job

    Illinois colleague expects Roskam to run for whip job
    WASHINGTON — Rep. Peter Roskam is likely to run for the third-ranking spot in GOP House leadership, according to Rep. Randy Hultgren, one of his Illinois colleagues. “He’s letting people know that if there’s an opening for the...
  • Mold forces Kane County to move morgue to DuPage

    Mold forces Kane County to move morgue to DuPage
    The Kane County Coroner's Office has moved its county morgue and its autopsy operations to DuPage County  following the discovery of "black mold" at the morgue in Geneva. Rob Russell, Kane County Coroner, said the mold was discovered last week as county...