18 hrs ago
Arlington Heights Applebee's will close
Arlington Heights will join eight other suburbs in losing its Applebee's when the restaurant closes in the next few weeks.
NCH provides nearly $89 million in annual community benefit programs in 2012
Northwest Community Healthcare reported $88.7 million in community benefit in 2012, a 7 percent increase from the previous year, according to its annual report filed with the Illinois Attorney General.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Local group offers 'inclusive' scouting alternative
Elizabeth Vesto of Kildeer, right, co-founder of the Palatine chapter of Navigators USA, an "inclusive" alternative to Boy Scouts, plays with a group of kids at the Countryside Church Unitarian Universalist in Palatine.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Superheroes race through Mt. Prospect for fun run
Pete Nocchi, a lifeguard with the Mount Prospect Park District, directs runners Saturday in the park district's Super 5K Run at Lions Memorial Park in Mount Prospect.
Man Charged With Beating, Holding Girlfriend At NW Suburban Home
A 26-year-old Arlington Heights man is being held on $100,000 bond, charged with the domestic battery of his girlfriend and forcefully preventing her from leaving the northwest suburban home.
WHBF-TV Rock Island
Appeals court tosses out sentence in 2005 killing
An Illinois appeals court has voided a 35-year prison sentence for a man who pleaded guilty to killing a suburban Chicago woman in 2005.
Arlington Hts. 6th grader starts prison ministry
Tom Constertina, a sixth-grade student at St. James School in Arlington Heights, decided to donate his own money to buy Bibles for people behind bars.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
New fire chief is eager to lead
For new City of Burlington Fire Chief Perry Howard, coming to Burlington is, in a sense, returning to his roots.
Top 30 finalists named for Suburban Chicago's Got Talent
Dave Siemiaszko of Wheeling listens to the judges' critique after performing his original composition on day one of auditions for Suburban Chicago's Got Talent.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Illinois newspapers honored at awards banquet
The Chicago Sun-Times won the general excellence honor Thursday in the 2013 Illinois Associated Press Media Editors News and Photo Contest.
Arlington Heights man sentenced to prison for 2011 car break-ins
An Arlington Heights man received a nine-year prison sentence after pleading guilty Thursday to breaking into several cars in Arlington Heights and stealing a man's identity during a 2011 mini crime spree.
Editorial: Travel websites should pay full local tax
If a car dealer buys a new car and then sells it to you, taxes are based on the retail price that you paid for the car.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Grants, construction manager build RiverEdge from ground up [Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)]
Aurora's new downtown centerpiece needed more than vision. It needed someone to develop that vision into a tangible environment -- a haven for music, festivals and gatherings.
Arlington Heights commits potential slots revenue to affordable...
Although legislation allowing slots at Arlington Park remains mired in the General Assembly, Arlington Heights already is planning how it will spend some of the revenue gambling expansion could produce.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Sudden Allergies: When a Summer Cold Is Much More
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILL. - With temperatures in the 80s, the last thing anyone wants is a runny nose and constant sneezing to put a damper on vacation plans and outdoor festivals.
The Daily Gazette
Twin brothers receive liver transplants
As Luke Swanson gently plays with toy cars and trucks, his brother Jake jumps on a couch, occasionally throwing their mother a mischievous grin.
Arlington Heights baker snags another award at pie championship
American Pie Council director Linda Hoskins congratulates Matt Zagorski of Arlington Heights on his second place win at the National Pie Championships in Orlando, Fla., in April.
No serious injuries in Long Grove house fire
Authorities are still investigating the cause of a house fire Monday in the 1500 block of Chickamauga Lane in Long Grove, which sent one firefighter to the hospital with a shoulder injury.
Chicago Veteran Has Antique Guns Confiscated After Visit to Grief Counselor
Arlington Heights, Illinois veteran Arthur Lovi went to speak with a grief counselor about some losses he had suffered the past few years.