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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)
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with arlington heights, illinois: 60004 60005
Towns/Cities near arlington heights, illinois : Rolling Meadows Mt Prospect Wheeling Riverwoods Long Grove

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The Republicans' big tax bill is heading for approval after senators announce the details _ and the support of enough lawmakers to all but guarantee passage. A Chicago man is being held without bond on charges of home invasion and armed robbery involving an elderly Arlington Heights couple last May The Illinois Supreme Court has reversed itself, saying it will consider a lawsuit filed against a town and three former police officers by a man wrongfully convicted in a 1993 murder case John Hersey High School in Arlington Heights saluted veterans young and old Friday by dedicating a permanent tribute to those who've served and celebrating what's become an annual fundraising effort for a veteran in need.

Sound check: Local H, Jimi Falls bring rock to H.O.M.E. Bar

Alt-rock band Local H, which emerged from suburban Lake County in the early 1990s, takes the stage with Jimi Falls at H.O.M.E. Bar in Arlington Heights Friday, Dec. 15. Local H , one of the suburbs' musical claims to fame, brings 27 years of experience perfecting alternative rock to the H.O.M.E. Bar stage in Arlington Heights. Hard-rocking Jimi Falls joins the show, supporting their recent dual-single releases, "Rise" and "For the Broken."

See some of the best pictures by Daily Herald photographers from this past weekend

Firefighters and volunteers wave at the Santa Train as it rolls into the station. Operation North Pole charity event for children with life-threatening illnesses and their parents arrive Saturday at the Des Plaines Station.

Many traditions start at Kiwanis Santa Run

More than 1,000 runners participate in the Kiwanis Club Santa Run Dec. 4. Among them were Lisa Kippley and Ben, her 3-month-old son, perhaps the youngest Kiwanis Club Santa Run participant. Last year, Ben had just made his presence known to Lisa and her husband, Jeremy.

District 214 Community Education participates in mock elections

Students of District 214 Community Education's Citizenship program, together with their instructors, participated in mock elections for the first time in late October hosted by the League of Women Voters. "Our students had many questions about the American election process.

Harper College celebrates alumni working at Northwest Community

Stephen Scogna, NCH president and CEO, and Jim Meier, a member of the Harper College Educational Foundation Board, helped recognize NCH as a longtime employer of Harper alumni. From left, Joseph Quinn and Jim Meier, Harper College Educational Foundation Board; Diane Hill, Harper College trustee and chair of the Northwest Community Healthcare Board of Directors; Stephen Scogna, NCH president and CEO; and Ken Ender, Harper College president, recognize NCH as a longtime employer of Harper alumni.

See xhibit on stamp collecting at Elk Grove library

The Northwest Stamp Club has an exhibit on stamp collecting up through the end of December in display cases in the lobby of the Elk Grove Village Public Library, said Richard Duda, club vice president. The club currently has about 25 members, a number that has been shrinking as fewer young people take up stamp collecting, Duda said.

Not in charge? Rauner's foes pounce on his remark

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner raised eyebrows, then questions about whether he misspoke after he declared "I am not in charge" of the state. The Republican, who's seeking his second term in 2018, made the unusual declaration last week, telling reporters he's "trying to get to be" in charge of Illinois but has been blocked by his political nemesis, longtime Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan.

Treasure hunters delight in St. Charles arts and crafts show

The St. Charles resort and convention center plays host to the annual weekend event, featuring handcrafted items by artists from seven states. The show has been there for the last three years, after a decade across the street at the DuPage Expo Center.

Escalade rolls over on slick road in Long Grove

Around 12:40 a.m. , a 2009 Cadillac Escalade being driven by a 78-year-old man was traveling north on Route 53 just north of Middlesax Drive. The driver lost control of the vehicle and drove into the ditch, where the vehicle rolled onto its side, according to the Lake County sheriff's office.

The Soapbox: A dog sledder in Winfield, lifesaving in Elgin and West...

The Soapbox: A dog sledder in Winfield, lifesaving in Elgin and West Dundee, holiday love in Arlington Heights and more. We're not sure whether this is a commentary on the price of replacement bulbs or what, but we've seen an increasing number of people driving in the rain without their headlights on and a surprising number of people driving well past sunset without headlights on.

Oak Lawn woman gets probation in fatal hit-and-run crash near Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

Jacqueline Cummings, 21, of Oak Lawn, was charged with reckless homicide in a hit-and-run accident July 18 in Tinley Park. Jacqueline Cummings, 21, of Oak Lawn, was charged with reckless homicide in a hit-and-run accident July 18 in Tinley Park.

Editorial: Don't ignore heart-healthy message of red-hat campaign

According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular diseases and stroke are the cause in one in three women's deaths each year in the United States. That's one woman every minute and 20 seconds.

Driver charged with DUI in I-90 crash that injured sheriff's officers

A driver who struck two Cook County sheriff's police cars and injured two officers, one of whom had to be extricated from his vehicle, was ordered held on $75,000 bail Thursday. Peter Hill, 40, was charged with aggravated DUI causing great bodily harm, a class 4 felony punishable by up to three years in prison.

Mom who took dead son on train pleads not guilty to murder

An Illinois woman charged with killing her 6-year-old son and taking his body on a commuter train has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder. The Daily Herald reports that 29-year-old Jamie Jones of Round Lake Beach entered her plea during a hearing on Thursday in Lake County.

Arlington Heights artist appears on CBS Sunday Morning

Arlington Heights artist Mike Stone is displaying his digital artwork at the Prairie Center for the Arts in Schaumburg through Dec. 30. CBS Sunday Morning, the venerable arts and culture magazine program, used digital artist Mike Stone's "Fiesta Del Sol" -- an image of a sun and its rays -- at the conclusion of a Dec. 3 segment on ballet dancer Carmen de Lavallade . The TV show's logo is that of a sun, and various similar images from artists are interspersed through the weekly broadcast.

Doctor makes $100,000 donation to NCH Foundation to help uninsured

Dr. Peter Geittmann, who delivered more than 5,000 babies during his 35-year career at Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights, presented $100,000 to the hospital foundation Wednesday. While Geittmann retired from medicine 18 months ago, he still wants to aid those less fortunate.

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