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  • Wheaton mayor first to file nominating petitions Nov 17, 2014 5:37 PM
    Wheaton Mayor Michael Gresk was the only candidate to submit his nominating petitions Monday morning when the filing period opened for the spring election. Gresk appears likely to run unopposed in the spring election that also will feature races for two at-large city council seats.

  • DuPage culling nearly 400 deer from its preserves Nov 16, 2014 5:58 AM
    Federal sharpshooters are in the process of culling nearly 400 deer as part of the DuPage County Forest Preserve District’s annual deer management program. The district has received permits from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources to remove 395 deer from 23 forest preserves throughout the county. This year’s removal effort started Nov. 3.

  • Aging Expert Provides Seven Ways to Increase Happiness Nov 14, 2014 7:50 AM
    Aging Expert Provides Seven Ways to Increase Happiness

  • Lake County 4-H Officer's Training 2014 Nov 14, 2014 3:33 PM
    Lake County 4-H Teens lead the annual officer training on November 11. Thirty five youth participated in a Parliamentary Procedure Jeopardy game created by Avni Patel, learned the importance of being a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer taught by Maddie Currie, Abby Daniels, Charlotte Roberts and parent volunteer Robbie Roberts.

  • NIU Law starts The Chicago Initiative with information sessions and admission interview programs Nov 14, 2014 11:59 PM
    As part of its ongoing commitment to prospective Chicago-based students, Northern Illinois University Law has spearheaded a new program, The Chicago Initiative, based at the NIU Alumni Association office, located at 33 N. LaSalle. The Chicago Initiative enables the law school to offer the convenience of its various admission programs in Chicago, as well as on its campus in DeKalb.

  • Images: Photo Contest Finalists Nov 14, 2014 1:01 AM
    Each week, you submit your favorite photo. We pick the best of them and select the finalists. Here are the finalists for the week of November 10.

  • Wheaton expert: Online shoppers should stay vigilant against privacy hackers Nov 14, 2014 5:46 AM
    More of you are expected to shop online this holiday season and that means more vigilance is needed to protect your private information, a Wheaton expert said. That means you’ll need to remain cautious while protecting your devices and identity even more, especially in the wake of massive hacks at retailers, including Target, Jewel-Osco, Home Depot and others, said Vince Mazza, co-founder of Guard Street.

  • Suburban women in politics on Jane Byrne as an inspiration Nov 16, 2014 11:10 AM
    Suburban women in politics said Friday they owe a lot to Jane Byrne for making it clear that women, too, could be players in the political arena. “She was an inspiration for me,” former Palatine Mayor Rita Mullins said. “(Her election) gave any woman the idea that it was possible that a woman could be mayor."

  • Local nonprofits decorate trees at Cantigny’s McCormick Museum Nov 13, 2014 12:24 PM
    Seven “Community Trees,” each decorated for Christmas by a local nonprofit organization, will go on display Tuesday, Nov. 25, at the Robert R. McCormick Museum at Cantigny Park in Wheaton. The area charities were invited to participate because their missions involve issues or causes that were important to McCormick during his career and life at Cantigny.

  • Wheaton preparing for Reindeer Run 5K Nov 13, 2014 1:14 PM
    With an eye toward easing holiday stress, Wheaton Lions Club and Wheaton Park District are co-sponsoring the third annual Reindeer Run 5K. The fun run will step off at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, from near the DuPage Historical Museum at Main and Wesley streets and wind through downtown.

  • New legislation could help with O'Hare plane noise Nov 13, 2014 5:32 AM
    A group of DuPage County Board members learned the county could help residents suffering from O'Hare plane noise by supporting a proposed state law change and lobbying Chicago to update O'Hare's noise compatibility plan. “Any advocacy the county can provide would be greatly appreciated,” Bensenville Village Manager Mike Cassady said.

  • Local club seeking applicants for educational grant Nov 13, 2014 6:27 PM
    The Suburban Chicago Club of Soroptimist International is seeking applicants for educational grants.The Virginia Wagner Educational Grant is specific to these states in the Midwestern Region: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Women residing in these states who are attending college/university in pursuit of a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree are eligible to apply. Judging is based on effort toward education, scholarship, extracurricular activities and financial need.

  • Wheaton students try to break speed stacking record Nov 13, 2014 5:14 PM
    The Longfellow Elementary School gymnasium was a whirlwind of neon colors and clink-clacking noises Thursday as students took part in an attempt to break a Guinness world record for speed stacking. A similar scene occurred in nearly 3,000 schools around the world — including more than 100 in Illinois — as students from 35 countries stacked small plastic cups for at least 30 minutes. “The kids just love it,” said Barb Williams, physical education teacher at the Wheaton school.

  • Wheaton homes, show choir share spotlight in Holiday Housewalk Nov 13, 2014 6:01 AM
    Five homes in downtown Wheaton dating from 1897 to 2011 are all decked out for the holidays as part of the Wheaton Holiday Housewalk from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15. The event will benefit Wheaton North High School’s show choir, which members say has taken flight in the past year to new levels of performance and competitiveness.

  • Albright Theatre hosts auditions for “The Mousetrap” Nov 11, 2014 8:42 PM
    Albright Theatre Company will hold auditions for “The Mousetrap” by Agatha Christie at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 7 and Monday, Dec. 8. Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script. Callbacks may be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 9, by invitation only.

  • Cantigny commemorates Veterans Day with luminaria display Nov 11, 2014 11:24 PM
    Military personnel who died in combat were given a solemn Veterans Day tribute Tuesday at Cantigny Park in Wheaton. Roughly 2,000 luminaria candles glowed across the park’s Parade Field and along walkways from sunset to 9 p.m.

  • The DuPage Community Foundation Celebrates Community Foundation Week November 12-18, 2014 Nov 10, 2014 5:03 PM
    The Foundation will celebrate Community Foundation Week by holding its Annual Benefit Dinner on Saturday, November 15. The annual event will be held at The Hyatt Lodge at McDonald’s Campus in Oak Brook. This event is the Foundation’s primary fundraiser and is held to celebrate the accomplishments of the organization and the invaluable contributions of our donors and other constituents who support our work. Additional information about the event may be found on the Foundation website, www.dcfdn.org. “This has been a banner year for the Foundation,” said David McGowan, CFRE, Foundation president. “We are growing in nearly every aspect of our work, which means that we can provide more grants to our partner agencies, which in turn means more for the people of DuPage County.” Community foundations represent one of the fastest-growing forms of philanthropy. Every state in the United States is home to at least one community foundation—large and small, urban and rural—that is advancing solutions to a wide range of social issues. Launched in 1989 through a proclamation by former President George H.W. Bush, the first Community Foundation Week included a congressional briefing about the work of community foundations throughout America and their collaborative approach to working with the public, private and not-for-profit sectors to address community needs. About The DuPage Community Foundation: The DuPage Community Foundation seeks to raise the quality of life throughout DuPage County by fostering philanthropy, connecting donors to area needs and building community partnerships. Based on the American virtues of volunteerism and philanthropy, the Foundation fosters a legacy of support for the people of DuPage County by making grants to not-for-profit organizations working in the areas of arts and culture, education, environment, health, and human services. Since its inception, the Foundation has built its endowment to more than $60 million and awarded more than $19 million in grants to not-for-profit agencies serving the residents of DuPage County and beyond. Established in 1986, The DuPage Community Foundation is a publicly-supported 501(c)(3) organization to which contributions are tax deductible. It was created to benefit the people of DuPage County and receives contributions and bequests into a permanent endowment from individuals, corporations, organizations and foundations wishing to make lasting contributions to the people of DuPage. The earnings on these funds are then used, in accordance with donor wishes, for the Foundation’s grantmaking and community leadership activities. For more information about the Foundation, or to arrange future media opportunities, please contact Joelyn Kott, marketing & communications officer, at (630) 665-5556, extension 19, or jkott@dcfdn.org.

  • Wheaton-area veterans honored with framed reflections Nov 10, 2014 6:53 PM
    In an effort to preserve the war memories of Wheaton-area veterans, a new project recently was launched called Reflections Framed. In the past few weeks, more than 50 stories and pictures have been framed, along with a photo of the military member, for free. The framed reflections will be handed out Tuesday during a Veterans Day celebration from 6 to 8 p.m. at Clare Woods Academy. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

  • A spiteful White House next on tap Nov 10, 2014 5:01 AM
    Make no mistake about it. The Republican landslide was a vote against President Obama’s neo-Marxism cloaked within an extremist liberalism. No thanks to the last six years of a leaderless Oval Office, our economy is improving. We’re the world’s leading producer of natural gas and fast becoming its major producer of oil. Capitalism isn’t the source of all evil as the left would have you think. Jobs are returning to America. Fracking is not the unforgivable sin after all. Sadly, now we can anticipate a spiteful White House being the pen-phone legislator of “no.” On a positive note, this election validates the Founding Fathers’ concept of a government defined by the accountabilities built into legislative, judicial and executive parts. Even an articulate empty suit can’t screw that up. Paul O. Bischoff Sr. Wheaton

  • Minimum wage not meant to support a family Nov 10, 2014 5:01 AM
    A Wheaton letter to the editor: I do not accept the premise that “a” minimum wage job is meant to support “a” family. Think about it. What type of jobs are minimum wage? Who takes them? And what safety net exists to help those few who actually must support their family on minimum wage?

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