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About: arlington heights, illinois

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 run raises money to promote school wellness programs

Hundreds of students and adults joined in the Got2Run for Education run/walk Saturday in Arlington Heights. Since its inception in 2012, the race has raised more than $130,000 for school wellness programs.

Advance planning in the spring leads to a summer party yard

This eucalyptus wood dining table folds down into a compact unit, shown at left, that also stores its accompanying chairs. Before you even issue the party invitations, survey your outdoor space with a critical eye and make sure you can comfortably seat and feed whomever you invite.

Identity of homeless man found dead in Arlington Heights released

The homeless man found dead last week in downtown Arlington Heights was identified Thursday as 65-year-old Mark T. Mountain. Officials with the Cook County medical examiner's office had withheld the man's identity while trying to contact next of kin, but were unsuccessful in reaching anybody.

Bartlett facility leased to Chinese company

Entre Commercial Realty based in Arlington Heights said it brokered the lease of a 15,020-square-foot industrial facility at 1236 Hardt Circle in Bartlett to a foreign entity that is a subsidiary of a large Chinese manufacturing company. The building was chosen because of its central U.S. location, local labor pool and immediate availability.

Ex-Mount Prospect man who swindled friends, family out of $6.5M gets nearly 6 years

A former Mount Prospect man who swindled friends and family, including his own parents, out of more than $6.5 million was sentenced Wednesday to five years and nine months in federal prison. Henry Meyer, 47, whom federal prosecutors described as "one of the most brazen con men to have been prosecuted in this district," pleaded guilty Oct. 2 to defrauding investors over seven years by misrepresenting the return on their investment in a phony scheme and using their money for personal expenses.

Free food, chair yoga at stroke awareness program in Arlington Heights

Northwest Community Healthcare is presenting a free community event to educate the public about the warning signs of a stroke from 5-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 23, in the Northwest Community Hospital Auditorium, 800 W. Central Road, Arlington Heights. It's critical to know the signs of a stroke and act fast.

Fittest Loser Challenge will crown winner Tuesday

Are you ready to find out who lost the highest percentage of weight in the Daily Herald/Push Fitness Fittest Loser Competition? Chad Lowry, 44, a manager of customer engagement from Mount Prospect, trained with Mick Viken in preparation for his 25th high school reunion. Shelly Daley, 42, of Arlington Heights, who worked with trainer Michelle Jeeninga, entered the competition because she hopes to have a third child.

Two Bulgarian Girls Disappeared in the United States

Two Bulgarian women studying at Rolling Meadows High School disappeared in the United States. The police in Chicago are looking for them, reports Vesti.

Identity of man found dead in Arlington Heights remains withheld

Authorities said Monday they are still trying to track down next of kin for the homeless man found dead last week in downtown Arlington Heights, and as such, his identity remains withheld. Becky Schlikerman, a spokeswoman for the Cook County medical examiner's office, also said the cause and manner of the 65-year-old man's death is pending.

Elgin man convicted in 2016 fatal shooting, kidnapping

A Kane County jury has convicted an Elgin man in a 2016 fatal shooting that involved a kidnapping and police chase. The Daily Herald reports jurors Thursday found 29-year-old Alberto Sepeda guilty of first-degree murder in the death of 59-year-old Norbert Gutierrez.

Three GOP leaders speak to Wheeling Township Republicans Saturday

Three members of the Illinois Republican Party's State Central Committee will meet with volunteers and leaders of the Republicans of Wheeling Township Saturday morning to discuss the state of the Illinois GOP. Speakers include Lake County GOP Chairman Mark Shaw, a veteran state committeeman from the 10th congressional district; Maine Township Committeeman Char Foss-Eggemann from the 9th district, and former Schaumburg Township Committeeman Ryan Higgins of the 8th district.

Homeless man found dead in downtown Arlington Heights

COURTESY OF ABC 7Authorities examine the scene where the body of a 65-year-old homeless man was discovered Thursday afternoon along Northwest Highway at Arlington Heights Road. No foul play is suspected, police said.

Arlington Heights man wants to withdraw guilty plea to sexually abusing woman he met at local club

Scheduled for sentencing on theft and aggravated criminal sexual abuse charges Thursday morning, Blake Alberts and Assistant Public Defender Richard Behof went before a judge to say Alberts was "under duress" when he entered the plea in January, claiming he was focused on getting out of jail so he could see his ill father. Behof asked to recuse himself from the case, because Alberts, of Arlington Heights, entered the plea against Behof's advisement, and now wished to go back on his deal with the state.

Palatine approves gym targeted toward autistic children

We Rock the Spectrum, a gymnasium targeted to the needs of autistic children but where all can play, will open in this space at Northwest Shopping Center on Dundee Road in Palatine. Mary Alice Gilgunn of Arlington Heights spoke to the Palatine village council this week before members granted her and her husband, Hugh, permission to open We Rock the Spectrum, a gymnasium targeted toward children with autism and other special needs.

'I'm an Eagle Scout. Yes, let's try coed scouting.'

Erik Grossnickle, now an arborist for Bartlett Trees, with mom Kathy and father Don on the day he was named an Eagle Scout. Editor's note: Don Grossnickle of Arlington Heights is an Eagle Scout, an alumni of Boy Scout Troop 718 in Chicago, a former biology teacher at Palatine High School and a deacon of Our Lady of the Wayside Catholic Church in Arlington Heights.

One 'Pokemon Go' site removed from Arlington Heights park, but others remain

Memorial Park in Arlington Heights has been removed as a location of a "Pokemon Go" gym, which residents complained drew crowds of pedestrians and excessive vehicle traffic to the quiet neighborhood. But "PokeStops" will remain at the park.

New truck traffic likely on Arlington Heights-Rolling Meadows border. So who pays road costs?

A sketch shows a proposed truck distribution facility to be built in Arlington Heights. Rolling Meadows wants the village to help pay for a road that will help trucks get there.

Arlington Heights man involved in deadly collision on I-290

An Arlington Heights man driving an RV crashed into a car stopped along Interstate 290 near West suburban Hillside on Sunday, killing one of the occupants, police say. The 35-year-old man was driving a 1993 Chevrolet motor home on I-290 at Mannheim Road about 3:50 p.m. when it struck a green 2005 Nissan sedan parked on the right shoulder of the road, according to an Illinois State Police news release Tuesday.

New eateries sought in Arlington Heights after Wendy's, Taco Bell fall through

A sketch shows one proposal for a 9,780-square-foot multi-tenant retail space on the northeast corner of Arlington Heights and Golf roads. A 1.4-acre piece of land on the northeast corner of Arlington Heights and Golf roads in Arlington Heights could soon be home to a retail building for one or multiple users.

Sun's out, grills out: Suburban Chicago chefs offer tips to grill right this season

A New York strip steak, hot off the grill, at PerryA''s Steakhouse & Grill in Oak Brook. Everything's better on the grill - and suburban Chicago chefs told us their favorite tips for grilling everything from fish and seafood to steaks, artichokes, burgers, chicken and more.

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