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04/10/14 Wheaton Library's assistant director retiring this month
By Jessica Cilella - For 35 years, Carolyn DeAre has been a familiar face at the reference desk of Wheaton Public Library. On April 30, DeAre is retiring from her current role as assistant library director and head of the reference department. An open house will be held... FULL STORY
04/10/14 Dist. 200 approves purchase of print, digital textbooks
By Jessica Cilella - Despite recent talk of possibly replacing outdated textbooks with digital devices, the Wheaton Warrenville District 200 board of education approved the purchase of 1,025 new print and digital geometry books Wednesday. FULL STORY
04/08/14 Wheaton's updated building code may require heat detectors in garages
By Jessica Cilella - Building codes will soon be updated in Wheaton, but the city council still needs to determine whether it wants to include a provision that requires the installation of heat detectors in attached garages. Council members did a first reading Monday of... FULL STORY
04/08/14 Lombard may decrease building permit fees
By Jessica Cilella - Residents applying for a building permit in Lombard may see some savings later this month if the village board approves revisions to the building permit fee schedule. Lombard trustees will take a final vote April 17 on an ordinance that would lower... FULL STORY
04/07/14 New tax at Bloomingdale shopping center?
By Jessica Cilella - Bloomingdale officials are considering the creation of a new tax that would help fund improvements to the Stratford Crossing shopping center. In recent years, the center -- located on the southwest corner of Schick Road and Gary Avenue --... FULL STORY
04/07/14 ComEd smart meters coming to six DuPage communities next month
By Jessica Cilella - ComEd officials recently announced that they will begin installing smart meters in six municipalities in DuPage County next month, including Lombard, Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, Warrenville, Oak Brook and West Chicago. "This is going to help people... FULL STORY
04/04/14 Gurnee, Oak Brook kids place 2nd, 3rd at state Geographic Bee
By Jessica Cilella - Joshua Smoron, a seventh-grader from Gurnee, took second place at the Illinois Geographic Bee Friday. Of the 100 fifth- through eighth-graders who competed in the bee, more than 30 students were from the suburbs. "It's just amazing what... FULL STORY
04/04/14 Wheaton's proposed $88.8 million budget covers street light, signal repairs
By Jessica Cilella - The Wheaton City Council is set to vote later this month on the proposed $88.8 million budget for 2014-15. The budget -- which includes more spending on capital improvements like new building and technology security and updates to pedestrian... FULL STORY
04/04/14 Lombard turns down all proposals for new electricity rate
By Jessica Cilella - To ensure competitive electricity rates for residents, the Lombard village board rejected all proposals for new rates that were received by various electricity suppliers Thursday afternoon. "The pricing that we received today does not show any... FULL STORY
04/02/14 Piggly Wiggly opens in Carol Stream; Caputo's Fresh Market coming soon
By Jessica Cilella - With the recent opening of a Piggly Wiggly and the anticipated opening of a new Caputo's in town, Carol Stream is hoping to get back to the number of grocery stores that it used to have. Piggly Wiggly is filling a spot left vacant by Family Foods... FULL STORY
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