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Arlington Heights is located only 25 miles from Chicago, making it a commuter city. The city is probably best known for its race track, the Arlington Park Race Track. The track was founded in 1927 by Harry D. "Curly" Brown, a millionaire from California. He built the race track on the land of twelve farms, forming Camp McDonald and two country clubs by the 1930s. Notable residents of Arlington Heights have included musician Ted Nugent, actress Jennifer Morrison (House), and Marlee Matlin (What the Bleep Do We Know?, My Name is Earl).

Population: 76031
Local Newspapers: Arlington Heights Journal Arlington Heights Post Daily Herald
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Skyliners (ABA) Chicago Steel (USHL) Chicago Wolves (IHL) Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
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Zip Codes associated with arlington heights, illinois: 60004 60005
Towns/Cities near arlington heights, illinois : Rolling Meadows Mt Prospect Wheeling Riverwoods Long Grove

Arlington Heights News
Arlington Heights delays vote on Cook County's paid time off mandate

Despite an organized effort by Arise Chicago to stop Arlington Heights from opting out of a new countywide paid sick leave mandate and $13 minimum wage rate, Monday night village officials chose to postpone voting on the decision. If they voteto "opt out", Arlington Heights would be the sixth such home rule municipality to exempt itself from two new ordinances the Cook County Board has placed on businesses within its boundaries.

How Meyn's blacksmith shop ended up in Mount Prospect

John Conrad Moehling convinced John Meyn to relocate to Mount Prospect from Arlington Heights, building a shop for him at the northwest corner of what today is Northwest Highway and Route 83. Meyn built the adjacent house after he married. In those days, blacksmithing was essential to the survival of any community, so Meyn can be credited for helping to transform the lonely train stop between Des Plaines and Arlington Heights into a viable commerce center.

Thorner: Will a resurrection of American higher education emerge from its demise?

Dr. Richard J. Bishirjian was the featured speaker at a continuing series of free Wednesday night Heartland events on March 1, 2017 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. The Heartland Institute is located at 3939 N. Wilke Road, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004. Joe Bast is president and CEO of The Heartland Institute, a 33-year-old national nonprofit research center located in Arlington Heights, Illinois.

Constable: 1970s Arlington Heights case key in travel ban ruling

In the first of several states to challenge Donald Trump's revised travel ban, Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin works in his Honolulu office. A 40-year-old housing lawsuit in Arlington Heights set a precedent that judges are free to consider statements by public officials to weigh intent, and that's applying to Trump's tweets and comments.

Arlington Hts. board delays its vote on opting out of minimum-wage...

The Arlington Heights village board Monday delayed a vote on whether to opt out of two Cook County ordinances mandating that businesses pay employees for sick days and higher minimum wages, after a crowd rallied in support of the ordinances. A number of suburban municipalities, including Barrington, Mount Prospect and Rosemont, have already passed formal ordinances opting out of the Cook County rules, and Arlington Heights trustees were expected to take a vote to do the same Monday night.

Arlington Heights police seek pickpockets

Arlington Heights police on Monday released surveillance images of two people they believe stole an 83-year-old victim's wallet. On Feb. 23, the victim's wallet was removed from her purse at Trader Joe's, 17 W. Rand Road.

Buffalo Grove High School students all in for day of service

A funny thing happened to sixth-grader Vincent Diliberto on his way to lunch last week at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights. He and his friends found a line of students -- 150 in all -- from Buffalo Grove High School waiting to give high-fives to everyone who walked into that lunch period.

Orland Park Announces Next Phase of Downtown Main Street

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Constable: 'Aging out,' man with autism finds path

Like a lot of 22-year-old suburban people finishing their formal educations, Ben Nicholas of Mount Prospect flashes an easy smile. In it, you see both satisfaction for what he has accomplished and anticipation for the adult path opening before him.

New Illinois ID cards aim to help drivers with disabilities

The Daily Herald reports the "Person with a Disability Wallet Card" is available free from any secretary of state's driver services facility. The cards are given to applicants 16 and older who have been diagnosed with an intellectual, developmental or mental disability, such as autism, epilepsy, anxiety, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia.

Pet expo begins at Arlington Park

Exposition highlights include demonstrations by rescue dogs on the Disc-Connected K9s Frisbee Dog Team, performing parrots for That Guy with the Birds, West Burb Wiener dog races, the Kitten Corral adoption center and the live snake tree and other crawling pets from the Chicago Herpetological Society. Show hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the racecourse, 2200 W. Euclid Ave. in Arlington Heights.

Driver in deadly Des Plaines crash never had license revoked despite years of violations

Anita Crawford, 50, second from left, Kirsten Crawford, 20, center, and Kevin Crawford, 52, right, were killed in a Des Plaines crash Feb. 16, 2017. Hailee Crawford, left, and Christian Crawford, lower right, were not in the crash.

5 things to do in the suburbs this weekend

A pet expo in Arlington Heights, a maple syrup fest in Schaumburg and a celebration of Gershwin in Naperville are among the weekend's offerings in the suburbs. For others, go to .

Weekend picks: Jim McHugh joins Irish comedians at Metropolis

Comedian Jim McHugh is a part of "The All Irish, All the Time Comedy Show" at the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre in Arlington Heights on Friday, March 17. Japanese star pianist Mitsuko Uchida performs with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Wheaton College and at Symphony Center in Chicago. Jeannie Doogan, Jim McHugh and host Bill Brady serve up plenty of Hibernian humor for St. Patrick's Day in "The All Irish, All the Time Comedy Show" at the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre, 111 W. Campbell St., Arlington Heights.

Lake-Cook Corridor study includes interesting findings about hotels, health care

Retail has been the primary focus for many who have looked at Buffalo Grove's Draft Lake-Cook Corridor Market Study and Existing Condition Report, recently discussed by the village board. But its findings also include information about hotel and health care markets along the corridor between Arlington Heights Road and McHenry Road.

Chicago Harp Quartet to perform March 26

The Northwest Suburban Community Concert Association, in partnership with District 214 Community Education, presents the Chicago Harp Quartet in concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 26, at Forest View Educational Center, Arlington Heights. The Northwest Suburban Community Concert Association, in partnership with District 214 Community Education, announces that its third concert of the 2016-2017 season will feature the Chicago Harp Quartet.

Today's stories

For the second time, a federal court on Wednesday blocked President Donald Trump's efforts to freeze immigration by refugees and citizens of some predominantly Muslim nations, putting the president's revised travel ban on hold just hours before it was to take effect.

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