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May 28 2016 | 8:37 am - Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 will put a nearly $15 million addition onto Thomas Middle School that officials say could break ground this fall.
May 26 2016 | 5:52 pm - An Arlington Heights family is looking after a dozen unexpected house guests who like to ruffle their feathers and quack from time to time. A family of ducks is staying in the Davis home while recovering from a hawk attack.
May 26 2016 | 3:31 pm - After the inaugural Arlington Racing Club sold out quickly, officials at Arlington Park are starting a second group to allow more people to get involved in horse racing and ownership at a lower price.
May 27 2016 | 12:02 am - After more than two decades at the helm of Clearbrook, which provides services for thousands of children and adults with disabilities, Carl M. La Mell is retiring at the end of this year — but not without recognition from one of the...
May 26 2016 | 5:41 am - Rauner veto of union plan sticks, with suburban Democrats’ help. Workers protest wages at McDonald’s Oak Brook headquarters. Barrington High students take time to horse around during final exams. Glenbard North students see...
May 25 2016 | 8:39 pm - Two Elmhurst schools were placed on lockdown for a short time on Wednesday morning following a nearby bank robbery.
May 26 2016 | 7:47 am - After nearly a half century in journalism, including more than three decades in Chicago, Ron Magers signed off from his final newscast on ABC 7 on Wednesday night.
May 25 2016 | 11:58 pm - More than 80 fifth grade students from Windsor Elementary School went to work on Wednesday at businesses around Arlington Heights as part of the school’s annual “World of Work” program.
May 24 2016 | 5:10 pm - Two new restaurants, both owned by husband-wife pairs — are open in downtown Arlington Heights and ready for summer crowds.
May 24 2016 | 5:29 am - School districts in poverty-stricken areas have discovered that there is a benefit to thinking outside the box. There’s no magic bullet to lead students out of poverty, but there may be different ways to engage them — and keep them in...