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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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  • Home-like settings improve the lives of frail residents

    Home-like settings improve the lives of frail residents
    Most of us would prefer not to live in a nursing home. But today's facilities are nothing like the nursing homes of the past. Instead of hospital-like settings, many nursing homes now have a homey look. Rooms are often clustered in small neighborhoods...
  • New wellness program expands options for seniors

    New wellness program expands options for seniors
    As the manager of a new outpatient wellness program at a nursing home, Anita Rajagopal is focused like a laser beam on healthy lifestyles for seniors. Rajagopal has three goals: to help people age in place, no matter where they live. She also wants to...
  • Debut of new DuPage emergency radio network is delayed — again

    Debut of new DuPage emergency radio network is delayed — again
    After four years of delays, officials in charge of updating DuPage County's emergency radio network declared in December 2010 that they finally had reached a solution with Motorola to have a new system running within a year. But instead of a modern radio...
  • Wheaton lawyer gets jail after 'my life got a little bit sideways'

    Wheaton lawyer gets jail after 'my life got a little bit sideways'
    A Wheaton lawyer who took client money to cover his personal expenses was sentenced today to a stint in the DuPage County jail. Peter R. Vogel, 66, was ordered to serve 14 days in jail and was placed on probation after pleading guilty to a forgery...
  • Police: 2 teens used pellet gun to shoot out 30 car windows

    Police: 2 teens used pellet gun to shoot out 30 car windows
    Two Glen Ellyn teens who police say used a pellet gun to shoot out 30 car windows and a residential window have been charged with four felony counts of criminal damage to property, the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday. Patrick Kolp,...
  • Staff Sgt. Robert Miller: The story of the nation's newest Medal of Honor recipient

     
    Robert Miller joins only some 3,400 recipients of the country's highest military honor in its history....
  • Restrictions on sex offenders lack sense, common and otherwise

     
    I wish I could tell Walt Teichen not to worry, that common sense will surely prevail in the sad, scary story of his son. But I would be lying. His son is a sex offender, and when it comes to......
  • D'oh!

     
    From the Huffington Post: Wheaton College, an evangelical liberal arts school in Illinois, asked a Washington, D.C. federal court on (Aug. 1) for an emergency injunction against the Obama administration's contraception coverage mandate because the rule...
  • All aboard, from Chicago Botanic Garden's summertime railroad to the year-round Great Train Story at MSI

    All aboard, from Chicago Botanic Garden's summertime railroad to the year-round Great Train Story at MSI
    It started as a one-shot deal — a seven-track train layout at the Chicago Botanic Garden that was intended for a five-month run in 2000. "But it was so popular," says Dave Rodelius, a lifelong train enthusiast who oversees the Model Railroad Garden...
  • Duckworth resigns post with Veterans Affairs

    WASHINGTON — Tammy Duckworth, an Illinoisan who lost both legs during the Iraq war, resigned today from her job as an assistant secretary of the Veterans Affairs Department. She had held the job since the start of the Obama administration. VA...
  • DuPage women get 10 years each in mortgage scam

    Two DuPage businesswomen who illegally used money from customers at their Wheaton title company for their personal use each were sentenced today to 10 years in prison and ordered jointly to pay $1.8 million in restitution. Pamela Williams, 58, of Darien,...