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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
Fighting Fall Allergies? Bring it.

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL It may seem as though every fall your allergies get the best of you rather than you coming out on top. Sneezing, wheezing, runny noses and itchy eyes can leave you feeling run down and defeated.

Residents raise funds for LGBTQ-friendly Arlington Heights church struck by vandals

The nonprofit Voices of Compassion, Acceptance and Love of Arlington Heights held an Aug. 13 fundraiser for First United Methodist Church, which has been the target of three acts of vandalism in recent months. The nonprofit Voices of Compassion, Acceptance and Love of Arlington Heights held an Aug. 13 fundraiser for First United Methodist Church, which has been the target of three acts of vandalism in recent months.

Metropolis School of the Performing Arts holds open house

Metropolis School of the Performing Arts will host an open house Tuesday, Aug. 29 for those interested taking drama, dance and music classes this fall. Tours of classrooms, studios and rehearsal spaces will be offered, and attendees can get their hands on instruments in a "musical instrument petting zoo," officials say.

Officers revive man overdosing at Illinois county court

Authorities in northern Illinois say three correctional officers revived a man who suffered an apparent opiate overdose in a courtroom seating area. Lake County Sheriff's officials tell the Daily Herald that two officers were in a courtroom at the Lake County courthouse Wednesday morning when they saw the 24-year-old man slumped over in the public seating area.

IL House members decry cartoon as racism

The weekend attack on counter-protesters of white supremacists in Charlottesville continues to provoke reaction, this time Wednesday in the Illinois House, where, debating an anti-hate resolution, there was a message for racists. "Take your twisted, sordid, and malevolent ideology," said State Rep. David Harris , "and stick it where the sun don't shine."

Third annual Monk's Ride to benefit Northwest Community Healthcare Foundation

Northwest Community Healthcare Foundation will be the beneficiary of the third annual Monk's Ride, a community event that will take place Sunday, Aug. 20, in Algonquin. The fundraising event honors the late Dennis "Monk" Heidmann, a former lung cancer patient at NCH.

District 15 served 12,700 free meals over the summer

Palatine Township Elementary District 15 served 12,700 free meals during this summer's breakfast program. Officials said the meals were served at 10 locations, accounting for an increase of 1,300 meals from last summer.

Rabid bat found in Arlington Heights

The bat -- which was later determined to be rabid following testing by the Illinois State Public Health Laboratory -- was found on the 200 block of West Fremont Street on Thursday, Aug. 10, according to the Cook County Department of Animal and Rabies Control. In a memo to village officials, department administrator Donna Alexander advised residents should keep their pets on a leash when outside and make sure rabies vaccinations are up to date.

Police searching for man who snapped pictures of girl at Arlington Heights store

Arlington Heights police said they are searching for a man, pictured here in a surveillance video, who was seen snapping pictures on his cellphone of a young girl while she was shopping with her mother at a local Target store. Arlington Heights police said they are searching for a man, pictured here in a surveillance video, who was seen snapping pictures on his cellphone of a young girl while she was shopping with her mother at a local Target store.

$2M bond set for Chicago-area man in father's stabbing death

A judge has ordered a 22-year-old suburban Chicago man jailed under $2 million bond on charged he fatally stabbed his father over the weekend. The Kane County state's attorney has filed first-degree murder charges against John Shenko of St. Charles for the attack early Sunday that killed 60-year-old Kevin Shenko.

Arlington Heights Boy Scouts have project launched into space

A group of Boy Scouts from Arlington Heights reached for the stars with a recent biology experiment on how DNA mutates. The Boy Scouts' Space Bus serves as a mobile lab where they can conduct experiments, teach lessons and hands on training.

Arlington Heights charity working in India celebrates 15th years

Catholic priests and FCN officials mark the 15th anniversary of the organization, which works to help the poor in India with health needs and schooling. The Foundation for Children in Need, a not-for-profit organization established 15 years ago in Arlington Heights to help people in need in India, celebrated its 15th anniversary Aug. 4 at St. James Church in Arlington Heights.

Andy's Frozen Custard drawing a crowd in Mount Prospect

The logo has a 1950s feel to it, with a bow-tied cartoon character wearing a white chef's cap holding aloft an oversized double-decker vanilla ice cream cone. It conjures up images of old-fashioned drive-in fast-food restaurants, with rock 'n' roll music blaring from 1957 Chevys and families spending lazy summer evenings slurping ice-cream sundaes.

Editoral: Seeking coping advice on death of spouse

Simple math suggests that roughly one out of every two of us will suffer the loss of our life partner. How do we prepare ourselves? Simple math suggests that roughly one out of every two of us will suffer the loss of our spouse, our life partner.

District 59 bond opponents submit petitions to halt borrowing money

Bill Christian of Elk Grove Village submits more than 4,300 petition signatures aimed at blocking Elk Grove Township Elementary District 59's plan to issue up to $20 million in bonds to build a new administrative center. Christian delivered the petitions seeking a referendum vote on the measure Friday to Kathie Lange, executive assistant to superintendent, left, and Vickie Nissen, assistant superintendent for business services, at the District 59 offices in Arlington Heights.

5 ideas for this weekend in the suburbs

The 35th running of the Arlington Million gets Saturday off to a quick start. Here are five ideas for the weekend ahead.

Buffalo Grove police urge residents: Lock your cars

After fielding more than two dozen reports of car burglaries since April, police in Buffalo Grove are urging residents to take simple steps to protect their cars. In the majority of the cases, the car burglaries have involved offenders taking valuables from unlocked vehicles, said Deputy Chief Michael Szos.

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