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Applications Accepted for the Village of Arlington Heights’ Single Family Rehabilitation Loan Program.

Through this program, eligible low and moderate income homeowners may qualify for 0% interest, deferred loans to make home repairs. No monthly payments are required. Loans are repaid when the homeowner is no longer the owner occupant of the home, typically upon the sale of the property. Eligible home repairs are those needed to bring […]

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Arlington Heights 2015 Trustee Results: Scaletta, Sidor, Blackwood, LaBedz Winners

In Arlington Heights with 61 of 65 precincts reporting John Scaletta is the leader for Trustee — followed by winners Michael J. Sidor, Carol J. Blackwood, and Robin Patricia LaBedz. With only four positions for trustee open, candidates D. Court Harris and Thomas F. Schwingbeck Jr. did not qualify for a term as trustee in […]

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Widespread Power Outage in Washington DC Caused by Small Explosion in Power Equipment in Southern Maryland

Multiple power outages have been reported throughout Washington, affecting the White House and other government buildings. CNN’s Rene Marsh reports. Widespread power outages hit the Washington, D.C. area on Tuesday, affecting government buildings and privately-owned buildings. Public transit rail system in Washington DC was also intermittently early afternoon. The power outage in the Washington area […]

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Today, Tuesday April 7, Is Election Day: County Clerk Info and Polling Place Information

Today is Election Day. Arlington Heights and Cook County residents can check their Cook County voting ballot information at the Cook County Clerk website here … www.cookcountyclerk.com/elections/pages/default.aspx The Cook County Clerk’s office is the election authority for more than 120 towns and villages in suburban Cook County. On the web page there is a “Your […]

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Village of Arlington Heights Welcomes Input from Residents about Future construction Projects and Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

Village of Arlington Heights Welcomes Input from Residents about Future construction Projects and Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Residents are encouraged to provide input on future construction projects they would like to see as part of the Village’s five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The Village will soon be working on its 5-year CIP, and residents’ suggestions […]

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Can’t Judge a Book by its Cover: FBI Investigating Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock

CNN’s Evan Perez reports on the FBI and federal prosecutors investigating whether Rep. Aaron Schock broke the law while accounting for campaign expenses. BREAKING NEWS: It turns out that having a great tan, great abs, white teeth and being in all the right places with the right people; doesn’t make a man a good United […]

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Ferguson Police and Protesters Update; From Shooting to Manhunt to Resolution

With measured remarks and a conciliatory tone, police, political leaders and civil-rights activists on Thursday sought to reduce tensions after two police officers were shot in front of the Ferguson Police Department. Ferguson updates from shooting to witness accounts to injured officer’s well-being to manhunt to reducing tensions … and anticipating what’s next. Investigators are […]

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Obama: The Reason Washington Doesn’t Work Is Because Two-Thirds of Us (Voters) Who Should Be Active Aren’t Active

Jimmy Kimmel chides President Barack Obama on why he is still fund-raising. President Obama talks about the shooting of two police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, his speech in Selma and race relations in America. Real social change has happened in this country because ordinary people are willing in a non-violent fashion to make their voices […]

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CMAP Arlington Heights Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Public Visioning Workshop Thursday, March 12, 2015, 6-8 PM

The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning will hold a Public Visioning Workshop on Thursday, March 12 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Public Works Department, 222 North Ridge Avenue, Arlington Heights. Attendees will learn about the key findings reported in the the Arlington Heights Existing Conditions Report (ECR) which details the issues and opportunities […]

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Transcript of Netanyahu’s Speech to Congress (Address to Joint Meeting of US Congress)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu explains why he thinks the potential nuclear deal with Iran is a bad one — spinning centrifuges intact. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speech to a joint meeting of Congress. Video excerpts with a complete transcript of his speech. NETANYAHU: Thank you. [APPLAUSE] Thank you… [APPLAUSE] … Speaker of the […]

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Harf: We Won’t Give Terrorists ‘Religious Credit’ and US “Can’t Kill Its Way Out of This War”

State Department Deputy Spokeswoman Marie Harf discusses criticism of the White House’s refusal to call terrorists who kill in the name of Islam, “Islamic extremists.” State Department Deputy Spokeswoman Marie Harf received much criticism today for saying the United States can’t kill its way out of this war. Harf said that in the short term […]

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National Prayer Breakfast: President Barack Obama Includes Lecture on Medieval History, “Terrible Deeds in the Name of Christ”

On February 5, 2015, President Obama delivered remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. (High Horse/Crusades/Terrible Deeds statement is at 8:12 elapsed time and following). President Barack Obama at the annual National Prayer Breakfast, spoke favorably about a number of admirable religious and humane values — human dignity, justice, love, kindness, and a […]

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