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CBS 2 Chicago Covers Meeting of Citizen Rescuer and Family Whose Minivan Was Target of Falling Deer on I-90

Family reunited with man who stopped to help after deer hit car on I-90. A man, who CBS 2 Chicago did not identify, was the only rescuer who helped Heidi Conner and her children last Sunday when a deer fell off the Route 72 overpass onto their minivan traveling in the westbound lanes of I-90. […]

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MacArthur Middle School Teacher Athena Kalaras To Be Honored As “My Favorite Teacher” Contest Winner at Barnes & Noble, Arlington Heights, Saturday, April 12

Barnes & Noble, Inc. (NYSE: BKS) recently announced that Mrs. Athena Kalaras from MacArthur Middle School from School District 23 has been named the local winner of the Barnes & Noble My Favorite Teacher Contest. Mrs. Kalaras was chosen from 21 entries at the Barnes & Noble on 13 W. Rand Road in Arlington Heights. […]

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Navy Seaman Recruit Alex N. Peterson Completes U.S. Navy Basic Training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes

March 31, 2014 (FHTNC)–Navy Seaman Recruit Alex N. Peterson, son of Brad T. and stepson of Julie Peterson of Arlington Heights, Ill. and also son of Denise S. Peterson of Mount Prospect, Ill., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Peterson completed a variety of […]

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Smashing Walnuts’ Gabriella Miller Named Power Player of the Week for Fox News Sunday by Chris Wallace

Gabriella Miller (2003 – 2013) talks openly about why she thinks she got cancer. The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act (H.R. 2019) is a bill that would end taxpayer contributions to the Presidential Election Campaign Fund and divert the money in that fund to pay for research into pediatric cancer through the National Institutes […]

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Arlington Heights Hearts of Gold: Special Events Commission Announces 2014 Honorees

The Arlington Heights Special Events Commission is proud to announce the winners of the 2014 Hearts of Gold awards, who will be honored in a community celebration at the Hearts of Gold Awards Dinner at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, February 8, 2014 at DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago – Arlington Heights, 75 W Algonquin Rd, Arlington Heights. […]

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Arlington Police Officers’ FOP Lodge 80 Help Target Store With $100 Holiday Shopping Spree For 10 Kids “Shop With A Cop”

A very merry Saturday morning at Target, 1700 East Rand Road, as Arlington Heights Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 80 took ten children Christmas and holiday shopping through the aisles. At 6:45 a.m. about 20 Arlington Heights police officers helped children by gifts for their families. Each police officer had an assigned child with the […]

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Arlington Heights Firefighters Enjoy Their Most Successful And Biggest Coat Drive For District 25

Congratulations and many thanks to Arlington Heights Firefighters Association IAFF Local 3105 for their efforts on another successful coat drive — and the most successful actually. The firefighters association would like to thank all those who donated 202 coats this year — surpassing the firefighters coat drive total from 2011 and 2012. For 2011, 2012, […]

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Scout Matthew Buck Completes Eagle Project At Arlington Heights Historical Museum

Matthew Buck, a Life Scout from Troop 132 of Arlington Heights, has always had a love of history. For that reason, he chose the Arlington Heights Historical Museum to do his Eagle Scout project which included enhancing the schoolhouse area in the Coach House and cleaning the interior of the Log House. To purchase items […]

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William Kidd Promoted to Fire Commander; David Roberts Promoted to Fire Lt. Arlington Heights Fire Department

Fire Commander William Kidd swearing in to his duty as Fire Commander at the Monday, November 18, 2013 Village Board meeting with Arlington Heights Mayor Thomas Hayes. William F. Kidd was promoted to Fire Commander and David Roberts was promoted to Fire Lieutenant at the Village Board Meeting, Monday November 18, 2013. William F. Kidd […]

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Half Court Basketball Shot for Markus Burden; Wins Free Tuition at Ball State

A Ball State University freshman will get a free semester of out-of-state tuition after making a half court basketball shot. Markus Burden, of Frankfort, Ill., made the shot Thursday night. During Welcome Week Thursday night last week, Markus Burden, of Frankfort, Illinois made a half-court shot that meant free out-of-state tuition for a semester — […]

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Big Turnout for Birthday Celebration for Arlington High School Athletic Director Russ Attis

VIDEO: Former Arlington High School Athletic Director Russ Attis birthday celebration. Fans, former students, fellow teachers, former school administrators, and village leaders took time out of their day to honor Russ Attis and celebrate his birthday at the former Arlington High School, and current Christian Liberty Academy. In a large teachers’ lounge, that used to […]

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Russ Attis Celebrates 90-Year-Old Birthday Saturday, August 10, 2013 at Former Arlington High School

Russ Attis looks over his athletic field in 1966 at Arlington High School. The last Athletic Director to serve at Arlington High School is Russ Attis, who arrived at Arlington High School as a physical education teacher and temporary replacement for an ailing track coach. He kept the job an became Athletic Director in his […]

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