Arlington Heights, Illinois news
This is a musical American history lesson that should not be missed. The production’s huge and luxuriant voice showcases the themes of promise and possibility.
The Chicago Bears filed paperwork at Arlington Heights village hall Wednesday to begin the demolition of structures at Arlington Park, team officials confirmed.
First-ever Latin X-Perience career and cultural event for students at McHenry High School brings students, professionals and culture together.
Wednesday marks Vietnam War Veterans Day and the 50th anniversary of the end of ground operations in the war. But two local Navy veterans are among those with experience in the war who say the final battle came nearly 26 months later.
A 17-year-old Algonquin girl – one of five teenagers in a car that crashed on a Saturday night in January – remained hospitalized as of Tuesday, a McHenry County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman said.
Whether it’s concerns about topics such as crime, economic development or public transit, or even the future home of the Chicago Bears, residents across northern Illinois are keeping an eye on this race.
Whether it’s concerns about topics such as crime, economic development or public transit, residents and officials across northern Illinois are keeping an eye on how Chicago’s next mayor might impact the greater region,
The Chicago Bears announced Wednesday the organization has closed on its $197.2 million purchase of the shuttered 326-acre Arlington Park property – a milestone in the charter NFL franchise’s long-sought city-to-suburbs relocation.
Four other teenagers – including two from Huntley, one from Elk Grove Village and another from Arlington Heights – who were in the car also remain hospitalized, according to a news release from the Kane County Sheriff’s Office.
For anyone wondering what to do with that broken laptop from five years ago, Illinois state law says that whatever you do, it’s illegal to throw your old electronics in the trash.
This feel-good comedy is bouncy and silly, but also has its powerful, tender moments.
As a draft of legislation that would give the Chicago Bears a massive property tax break at Arlington Park emerges in Springfield, the NFL franchise has a major backer in its corner.
A band, made up of mostly McHenry County residents and formed in memory of a Crystal Lake man who died of an overdose, plays its first gig Saturday at The Bottom Lounge, 1375 W. Lake St. in Chicago.
The new Chicago Bears president and CEO, Kevin Warren, said he plans to delve into the specifics of the Bears’ proposed $5 billion Arlington Park redevelopment project in Arlington Heights over the next six months.
Arlington Heights' mayor called plans to transform Soldier Field with a dome and surrounding commercial and entertainment campus “impressive,” but he said it doesn’t change why the Chicago Bears are looking at Arlington Park.