When the Arlington Heights Memorial Library launched its "One Book, One Village" initiative in 2014, officials were determined that any author whose book is selected must adhere to two golden rules.
"The author has to be alive, and they have to be available to visit the library," said Jason Kuhl,...
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For the steady stream of voters who cast ballots Tuesday in Arlington Heights, reaching the end of the tumultuous 2016 presidential election campaign season seemed to elicit a collective sigh of relief."I felt good about voting today, but I'm glad it's over," said Arlington Heights resident Bill...For Arjun Nageswaran, 13, skipping school on Election Day meant finishing up his classroom assignments early so he could volunteer at the Arlington Heights campaign office for U. Voicing concerns about the potentially negative impact on a residential neighborhood, officials in Arlington Heights on Monday urged a local gas station owner to amend his proposal to convert his business to a 24-hour operation.Steven Chacko, the owner of the Marathon gas station at 1706 W. As Arlington Heights resident Greg Zyck approached his 50th birthday with mixed emotions, he decided the best way to celebrate a half-century of living was by staying active and giving back to a cause he holds close to heart.Zyck, a product management executive, treasurer of the Arlington Heights...
For Ivy Hill Elementary School fourth grader Anna Velasco, crafting handmade thank you notes for veterans on a recent morning was a service project she held close to heart.