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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
Inages: Newsmakers Forum, Feb. 23, 2017

Images from the Daily Herald Newsmakers' Forum on Banking and Finance, held Feb. 23, 2017 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Arlington Heights. Steve Lundy/slundy@dailyherald.comKim Stapleton of The Network Effect, left, and Michael Vaccarella of WIPFLI talks during the Business Ledger's Newsmakers Forum on banking and finance at the DoubleTree Hotel in Arlington Heights Thursday.

Des Plaines police wait to speak with crash survivor

The Crawford family of Arlington Heights: Kevin, right, Kirsten, back row second from right, and Anita, third from the right in red, were killed when their car was struck last week in Des Plaines. The other children, Hailee, far left, and Christian, middle with glasses, were not in the car.

GE Healthcare moving hundreds of workers from Barrington to Chicago

GE Healthcare has offices around the suburbs, such as this Arlington Heights location. Its Barrington office will move hundreds of workers to downtown Chicago and end its lease in Barrington by the end of the year.

5 Things to Do to Feel Better During Spring Allergy Season

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. - Nobody said spring allergies would be fun, but you never thought it would be this bad.

Crespo seeks to broaden state focus on Latinos beyond Chicago

As the first suburban Latino caucus co-chairman of the Illinois legislature, state Rep. Fred Crespo of Hoffman Estates knows he has his work cut out for him. The Hoffman Estates Democrat, who was elected to the post last week, notes much of the caucus' focus in recent years has been "Chicago centric."

Local educators say Trump rollback of transgender rule won't change policy

A new sticker is placed on the door at the ceremonial opening of a gender neutral bathroom at Nathan Hale High School in Seattle on May 17, 2016. A new sticker is placed on the door at the ceremonial opening of a gender neutral bathroom at Nathan Hale High School in Seattle on May 17, 2016.

Arlington Heights school's Read-a-Thon is Friday

Greenbrier Elementary School students in Arlington Heights will spend all day Friday with their noses in books during the school's third annual Read-a-Thon. The event not only includes time for students to read on their own, but Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 staff, Arlington Heights police and fire officials, and Buffalo Grove High School student-athletes also will read out loud to students.

Kitchen fire damages Buffalo Grove home, kills pet dog

A kitchen fire in a two-story home on the 500 block of Crown Circle in Buffalo Grove killed the family dog and made the residence uninhabitable, fire officials said Wednesday. The fire department responded to a report of smoke coming from the roof of a home at 2:20 p.m. Tuesday.

Students compete in Knights of Columbus Spelling Bee

Participants in the 35th annual Knights of Columbus Spelling Bee held Saturday, Feb. 11, from left, are, front row, seated: Valerie Guerrero, Rebecca Harris, Julia Zera, Amanda Pinter, Lizzie Ferrazza, Christi Hansen, Emily Madden and Camille Martinez; middle row: Monique Valdepenas, Lauren Ruan, Erin Cavender, Carl Moland-Kovash, Jack Mannion, Joseph Thalackan and Kelly Huang; back row: Jackson Yu, Grant Smith, Anthony Rios, Paul Shreiber and Sadie Doctor Twenty sixth- through eighth-grade students, representing 11 area junior high and middle schools, competed in the 35th annual Knights of Columbus Spelling Bee Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Arlington Heights.

Panel to review first month of new American presidency

High School District 214 Community Education will host a panel of journalists and an experienced college professor for a free, conversational review of the first 30 days of the new American presidency. The panel-style, nonpartisan event, part of a continued effort to engage the community on topics of importance, will discuss upcoming presidential priorities and achievements and potential changes and ramifications at the state and local levels resulting from the new leadership and a highly divisive election.

Morning Spin: Does Illinois' official seal get the state's birthday wrong?

Welcome to Clout Street: Morning Spin, our weekday feature to catch you up with what's going on in government and politics from Chicago to Springfield. Subscribe here .

Spring gala 'Lives in Bloom' to honor The Harbour's role in providing ...

The Harbour's annual gala April 21 will feature a live and silent auction, music and art performances to benefit youth experiencing homelessness. Area residents and business representatives are invited to join friends of The Harbour for an evening of dinner and dancing to benefit youth experiencing homelessness.

Arlington Heights yogurt shop hosts fundraiser for South Elgin boy

An Arlington Heights yogurt shop is hosting a fundraiser for Henry Sembdner of South Elgin, a seventh-grader at Kenyon Woods Middle School who was beaten Feb. 3 at school. Berry Yo Frozen Yogurt in downtown Arlington Heights will host a fundraiser to help pay medical bills for the 12-year-old South Elgin boy beaten at his middle school.

Rolling Meadows Boosters bowl to raise funds Saturday

The Rolling Meadows High School Mustang Athletic Boosters will host a bowling party fundraiser Saturday night at Arlington Lanes, 3435 N. Kennicott Ave. in Arlington Heights. The club's Rock'n Bowl and Scotch Doubles event begins with registration, a pre-party and cash bar at 8 p.m. Bowling starts at 9 p.m. at the adults-only event.

NCH celebrates Heart Awareness Month

Northwest Community Healthcare is celebrating Heart Awareness Month in February with a free community event that will offer a heart-healthy cooking demonstration, blood pressure screenings and heart and vascular presentations from NCH physicians. We're All Heart is scheduled from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the hospital auditorium, 800 W. Central Road, Arlington Heights.

Local artists, writers compete in annual art and writing contest

Guests of a previous Arts Unlimited reception at Forest View Educational Center in Arlington Heights mingle among the submitted artwork. Winners of the Arts Unlimited competition receive cash prizes, are published in the Daily Herald and are recognized at the Arts Unlimited reception.

Trustees like Windsor Elementary expansion plan, except for traffic

Windsor Elementary School in Arlington Heights is planning a $13.7 million addition with a larger gymnasium and more classroom space. Arlington Heights trustees like Arlington Heights Elementary District 25's plans to expand Windsor Elementary School but raised concerns Monday about neighborhood traffic congestion during student drop-off and pickup times.

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