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8 hrs ago | Daily Herald
The dog park scheduled to open this summer in Melas Park should do so on time, despite a new procedural wrinkle, officials from the Mount Prospect Park District said.
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12 hrs ago | Daily Herald
Three Chicago men have been charged with a string of armed robberies at businesses in the city and throughout the suburbs during a five-month stretch that began late last year.
19 hrs ago | Daily Herald
Yes, we investigated the buildings here at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum! Join us on Friday, May 16, at 7:00 p.m. as we discuss methods used to find answers and investigate alleged cases of paranormal or unexplained activity.
In response to a growing need for memory care, a company with a specialized concept designed for residents living with Alzheimer's and dementia will begin construction on a new 30,000 square foot, $12 million memory care community in the Village of Arlington Heights.
While Arlington Heights business leaders heard details of the new development project at Arlington Downs, protesters from a local union picketed outside on Wednesday morning.
I read the guest commentary article by Brent Pease in the Daily Camera and I could not resist responding with accurate information.
It has been more than 45 years since Bill Dussling served in Vietnam, but talking about his time as a helicopter pilot in the Army still brings up new memories and emotions for the Arlington Heights resident and Northwest Suburban High School District 214 board president.
An Arlington Heights sculptor, Joseph Burlini, shared the spotlight earlier this month with Cardinal Francis George and Talat Othman, one of the founding members of the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago.
The following information comes from a press release from the Office of Gov. Pat Quinn.
A Cook County judge "reluctantly" agreed to a 23-year prison term in exchange for a guilty plea by Steven Cole in the 2011 stabbing murder of his father, Stuart, in the family's Arlington Heights home.
Arlington Heights Police have released sketches in an attempt to find two women who conned an elderly woman out of $12,000 last month.
Christians for centuries have been performing the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday -- the day believers say Jesus Christ was condemned to death and ordered to carry a cross upon which he was later crucified.