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Crime Prevention

Arlington Heights Police Release Traffic Enforcement Results for Independence Day Campaign

The Arlington Heights Police Department recently completed enforcement activities relating to IDOT’s designated Independence Day campaign. The campaign began June 17, 2011 and ended July 4, 2011. During the campaign, two Roadside Safety Checkpoints and […]

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Events

Arlington Heights Memorial Day Parade: Monday, May 25

The Arlington Heights Memorial Day parade steps off at 9:30 a.m. Monday, May 25 from Arlington Heights Road and Sigwalt Street. The Arlington Heights Memorial Day parade route and other information is available at StreetsofArlington.com/memorialdayparade …

The Memorial Day parade route proceeds west on Sigwalt to Dunton, north on Dunton to Euclid, west on Euclid to Chestnut, and south on Chestnut to Memorial Park at Fremont Street for a remembrance ceremony. Staging for the parade is located along Sigwalt and Davis, east of Arlington Heights Road.

A remembrance ceremony immediately follows the Memorial Day parade at Memorial Park in Arlington Heights. Memorial Park is located at the terminus of the parade at Fremont Street and Chestunut Avenue. […]

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Crime Prevention

“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” and “Click It or Ticket” Enforcement Campaigns from August 24, 2015 through September 7

The Arlington Heights Police Department will commence specialized traffic enforcement activities relating to the Labor Day Holiday “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” and “Click It or Ticket” enforcement campaigns from August 24, 2015 through […]

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Starbucks Apologizes to Tempe Police After Barista Asked 6 Police Officers to Leave When a Customer Complained about Not Feeling Safe

Starbucks apologized Saturday July 6, 2019 following reports that an employee asked six police officers to leave one of the company’s stores in the Phoenix suburb of Tempe. Why? Because a customer reported feeling unsafe. […]

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A Florida Man, Accused of Cutting Off the Penis of His Ex-Girlfriend’s New Boyfriend in Des Plaines, Gets Bail Lowered

A Florida man, who was charged with attempted murder after he was accused of hitting his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend with a tire iron and then cutting off the victim’s penis during an attack just northeast […]

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Happy Thanksgiving 2014

The First Thanksgiving 1621, oil on canvas by Jean Leon Gerome Ferris (1899). Thanksgiving, or Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November. Thanksgiving has been celebrated as a […]