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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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  • Treasure hunt game device halts Metra trains

    Inbound and outbound Metra Union Pacific West Line trains were delayed this afternoon after a suspicious package -- later determined to be a device used in a treasure hunt game -- was discovered hanging over the train tracks, officials said. A passerby...
  • 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...
  • Blizzard Blog: ComEd to restore power by mid-day

    Blizzard Blog: ComEd to restore power by mid-day
    As of 6 a.m. today, about 5,800 ComEd customers were still without power, according to a company news release. Of those, 5,000 were in Chicago.s The company expects all power to be restored by mid-day today. Officials late Wednesday night said crews...
  • February 11: Adopt A Pet - DuPage County Animal Care and Control

    February 11: Adopt A Pet - DuPage County Animal Care and Control
    DuPage County Animal Care and Control 120 N. County Farm Road Wheaton www.dupageco.org/animalcontrol/
  • 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,...
  • 3 other county nursing homes standing pat

    In 2000, Illinois had 32 government-run nursing homes. That number now stands at 25, and might drop again if Lake County privatizes the management of Winchester House. Other county-owned facilities in the Chicago area, though, say they have no plans to...
  • Gary Sinise and Rockin' For The Troops Return to Cantigny Park

    Gary Sinise and Rockin' For The Troops Return to Cantigny Park
    (Warrenville, IL) Actor, musician and military supporter Gary Sinise and Naperville based, Operation Support Our Troops - America (OSOT America) will once again join 10,000 of their closest friends and supporters to "Rock" Cantigny Park in Wheaton on July...
  • Emanuel fundraising slows after election

    The fierce pace of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's fundraising tapered to a trickle once he was elected, with only $91,000 in contributions since April 1, according to campaign finance reports filed Friday that showed him with more than $1.5 million left in the...
  • Frugalista readers on pet food savings: What cats need

    Frugalista readers on pet food savings: What cats need
    Remember that column about replacing or supplementing high-end pet food with inexpensive people food? I have more reader responses to share: Cooking for my cats saved their health I was so happy to see your article in Sunday's Tribune. I do have a...
  • Biggert says recovering Kirk calls his treadmill his 'dreadmill'

    Biggert says recovering Kirk calls his treadmill his 'dreadmill'
    WASHINGTON — Sen. Mark Kirk, who suffered a severe stroke in January, met Thursday with Rep. Judy Biggert, who said he is “back on his game” and even wisecracking about his treadmill — which he calls his “dreadmill.”...
  • Women, girls herald Scouting's 100th anniversary

    Women, girls herald Scouting's 100th anniversary
    Soon after Melissa Contri gave birth to twin daughters 11 years ago, she looked up at her mother, who was in the delivery room, and said, "Mom, in five years they can be in Girl Scouts!" And why not? After all, Melissa had been a Scout, and her mother,...