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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).
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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Pregnant Women and Moms Still Hesitant to Introduce Peanut Products
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL In January 2017 guidelines were released urging parents to begin early introduction of peanut-containing foods to reduce the risk of peanut allergy. A new study shows those who are aware of the guidelines are still hesitant to put them into place and not everyone has heard of them.Northwest suburban students sign banner supporting Parkland
Two Northwest suburban high school districts are sending a token of support to students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Thousands of students have been signing their names to an 18-foot-long banner circulating through the schools of Northwest Suburban High School District 214 and Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211.Chain saw attacker sentenced to 21 years in prison
A chain saw-wielding Arlington Heights man who chased down another man and nearly severed his arm was sentenced to 21 years in prison Tuesday. Jose A. Jaimes-Jimenez, 27, turned to the victim during a hearing at the Rolling Meadows courthouse, apologized and asked his forgiveness, according to prosecutors.Fire damages Arlington Heights medical supply manufacturer
Arlington Heights fire crews battled a blaze at a medical supply manufacturer on the north side of the village for hours on Tuesday. The fire started at around 10:30 a.m. or 11 a.m. at the Teleflex building at 900 W. University Drive, according to Arlington Heights Fire Lt.9th District Republicans differ on gun reform
Upper from left, John Elleson and Max Rice, and lower from left, Sargis Sangari and D. Vincent Thomas are Republican candidates for the 9th Congressional District The four Republicans seeking their party's nomination in the 9th Congressional District have wide-ranging opinions on how lawmakers can stop school shootings and change gun laws. John Elleson, a pastor from Arlington Heights, said there should be a "tight ban" on semi-automatic rifles.Runners start St. Patrick's Day early at Shamrock 5K in Arlington Heights
Wearing green costumes and workout attire, nearly 2,000 runners started their St. Patrick's Day festivities a week early Saturday with the Shamrock 5K Beer Run in downtown Arlington Heights. The annual run/walk featured five stops -- one at each kilometer -- where runners could fuel up with a 3 oz.In wake of Florida shooting, suburban counselors see increased need...
More than 200 people from 32 school districts throughout the Chicago area attended a conference addressing teen mental health issues in schools at the Northern Illinois University conference center on Friday, March 9, 2018, in Hoffman Estates. Chaplain Cindy Wallace gives the opening prayer.Suburban man accused of biting police officer's face
A suburban Chicago man is in jail after he allegedly bit a police officer in the face, shoved his head onto the ground and attempted to take his gun. The Daily Herald reports that 50-year-old Antonio Romo of Woodridge is charged with aggravated battery to a police officer, resisting or obstructing a police officer, attempting to disarm a police officer and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.Grand Rapids Public Library hires new director
John McNaughton was selected by the Board of Library Commissioners to replace former Director Marcia Warner, who retired in December. "As someone who is fiercely committed to the idea that libraries can be a driver for social change by providing places and services to advance equity, literacy, and community engagement, I am excited to build on the strong foundation the Grand Rapids Public Library has already put in place," McNaughton said in a statement.'This process was wrong': N.L. fisheries minister says criticism of surf clams decision is building
Provincial Fisheries Minister Gerry Byrne says there were so many problems with the way a lucrative surf clam contract was awarded that the decision should be reversed. "Indigenous nations and communities from all over Atlantic Canada and Quebec seem to be taking a much stronger, much more vocal and negative reaction to not just the decision, but how the decision was taken," the MHA for Corner Brook, said on Thursday.Elk Grove Township filling vacant trustee seat
Andrea Koshaba resigned her position in late February, citing health, work and family issues. The township is seeking residents to apply to complete the term ending in May 2021.Arlington Heights cop honored for pulling woman from burning SUV
He navigated a downed power line sparking near the vehicle and used his baton to break the driver's-side window, police department officials say. He deflated the air bag, unbuckled the driver and pulled her to safety -- actions that earned him the department's L.W. Calderwood Officer of the Year Award Thursday.Paylocity acquires BeneFLEX
Paylocity Holding Corp., a cloud-based provider of payroll and human capital management software solutions based in Arlington Heights, acquired the assets of BeneFLEX HR Resources Inc., a privately held third-party benefits administration company in an all-cash transaction. Founded in 1994 and headquartered in St. Louis, BeneFLEX administers employee benefit plans, including flexible spending accounts, health savings accounts, health reimbursement accounts and COBRA for midmarket clients across the Midwest and California.Eleven Northwest suburban polling locations changing
Voters in some Northwest suburban Cook County precincts will cast their ballots in different polling places for the primary election on Tuesday, March 20. About 1,000 polling places serve the 1,599 precincts of suburban Cook County, according to Cook County Clerk David Orr's office. While many are public buildings, they can sometimes change for reasons such as safety issues, construction projects or space constraints.A museum to honor manufacturing The art gallery-inspired museum...
The Blocks to Bricks museum spans roughly 13,000 square feet, housing 13 distinct walkthrough zones that explore three-dimensional creativity with building materials, such as plastic. When your initials spell "ART," there is a good chance your future might be creative.My worst moment: Sebastian Maniscalco on doing stand-up comedy in a boxing ring
According to Forbes magazine, Sebastian Maniscalco was the 10th highest paid comedian last year at $15 million - and he's done it all without a TV series to boost his profile. Born and raised in Arlington Heights , he's back in the Chicago area this week playing the Rosemont Theatre on Friday and Saturday.Vote on Arlington Heights apartments delayed
A vote on plans for a 5-story, 80-unit apartment building on Sigwalt Street between Highland and Chestnut avenues was delayed Monday by the Arlington Heights village board. A vote on a controversial plan to build apartments on long-vacant land in downtown Arlington Heights was delayed Monday night at the developer's request.Revised Arlington Downs plans include climbing wall, boutique hotel
Developers of a $320 million mixed-use development in Arlington Heights have altered their plans in hopes of starting the next phase of on a project that's been slow to grow. The 27-acre Arlington Downs development on the northeast corner of Euclid Avenue and Rohlwing Road broke ground in 2013, starting with the redevelopment of the former Sheraton hotel into the 214-unit One Arlington residential tower.High school show choirs take the stage in Arlington Heights
Hundreds of high school show choir members took the stage Saturday with eager, determined faces at the annual Chicagoland Showcase. Some began tentatively, others with conviction.School safety more than a calling for archdiocese's new anti-violence chief
But for Andrew, the former FBI agent recently named director of violence prevention initiatives for the Archdiocese of Chicago, preventing tragedies like those we've seen in Parkland, Florida, and Newtown, Connecticut, is more than just a professional calling. Andrew was a 20-year-old college student in May 1988 when a woman armed with two guns broke into his Winnetka home and held him and his parents hostage for hours.
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