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Briefs: Wheaton burglaries reported
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Published: 12/13/2008 12:02 AM

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Two residential burglaries were reported Thursday in Wheaton, police said Friday. One was in the 900 block of Golf Lane; the other in the 1500 block of Lloyd Court. In both instances, burglars used force to open doors on residences where no one was home. Items including cash and jewelry were taken. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Wheaton police Cmdr. Joseph Eversole at (630) 260-2055.

West Chicago Madrigal events

The Community High School Music Department will present its annual Madrigal Dinner at 7 p.m. today, Dec. 13, and Madrigal Tea at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14, both in the commons area at the high school, 326 S. Joliet St., West Chicago. The evening will include food, dancing and performances by the a cappella Chamber Choir and other musicians. Tickets for dinner are $25; tea tickets cost $10. For details, call Joan Happel at (630) 293-5316.

Christmas concert in Itasca

Medinah Baptist Church will present a Christmas concert, "Bethlehem Calls," at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14, at the church, 900 Foster Ave., Medinah. For details, call (630) 980-9421.

Local show now podcast

Naperville Community Television's popular news program, "Naperville Connection," now can be watched when you're on the train or working out. The show is being podcast on iTunes and can be accessed through the iTunes Web site store at no charge. Go to the store's podcast directory and look for NCTV17 or "Naperville Connection."

Program gets $1,000

The Chicagoland Italian-American Charitable Organization donated $1,000 this week to Carol Stream's annual Christmas Share program that provides emergency food, clothing assistance and holiday toys to families in need. Joseph Salerno, of Salerno's Funeral Home, presented the donation to Village President Frank Saverino Sr., and members of the village's social service unit and police department, which organize the program. They included Mindi Thomas, Kathleen McNamara and Eileen Malloy.