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Wednesday, January 24, 2018
With spring training for Major League Baseball just around the corner, the Chicago Cubs and White Sox are gearing up for the season. Both teams are heading into spring training with a good level of optimism.
The Chicago Bears have tapped Matt Nagy as the 16th head coach in the franchise's history.
While most Wheaton College students were enjoying Christmas vacation, the men’s basketball team was hard at work, playing three games during the break.
The Wheaton College wrestling team got the season off to a good start and posted a 3-1 record in dual meets going into the winter break.
With the end of the cross-country season, the Wheaton College men and women’s track and field team head indoors to prepare for the upcoming indoor track and field season.
The men’s and women’s swimming teams at Wheaton College found success at the Wheaton Invitational.
The Wheaton College football team recently wrapped up a regular season that saw the Thunder go 8-2 overall and 6-2 in conference play.
The Wheaton College men’s basketball season is underway, and the Warriors are looking to improve upon last year’s 12-13 overall record.
With Halloween drawing near, Lombard Village Police Chief Roy Newton is reminding residents to stay safe during the holiday, according to a press release.
The undefeated Wheaton College women's soccer team from 2007 isn't done winning.
The Wheaton College women’s soccer team isn't used to not being invited to the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Tournament, and it intends to not let it happen again.
The Hinsdale Little League All Stars tasted defeat for the first time recently, and it couldn’t have come at a worse time.
The Wheaton College volleyball will hit the floor this fall with a new coach and several new players, according to the school's website.
Wheaton College isn't the University of Illinois or Northwestern University.
Holly Vossel of the DuPage Derby Dames said that getting together after a meet or a tough practice and comparing bruises is sort of a rite of passage in the hard-hitting world of roller derby.