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  2. Sushi & Asian Cuisine at Shakou Arlington Heights

    Shakou Arlington Heights. Reservations are best for indoor dining. Click on the Resy button to make your reservation. Something to look forward to! During Arlington Heights's Afresco we have a large number of patio tables for your outdoor enjoyment, weather permitting. Or if you can't join us, enjoy Shakou at home with our OTG menu.

  3. Scores of little superheroes, movie characters and more ...

    Organizers estimate that about 300 children passed through the annual "Trunk-or-Treat" event Oct. 29, 2020 at Arlington Countryside Church in Arlington Heights. (Elizabeth Owens-Schiele / Pioneer ...

  4. Crash on I-75 in Arlington Heights causing delays

    READ THE FULL STORY:Crash on I-75 in Arlington Heights causing delays CHECK OUT WLWT: Stay in the know. Get the latest Cincinnati news, weather and sports from the team at Ohio’s own WLWT.

  5. Wilke Road in Arlington Heights closed for most of the day ...

    A stretch of Wilke Road in Arlington Heights was closed Friday after a truck driver misjudged a turn at the intersection with Northwest Highway and knocked over the traffic signals.

  6. Arlington Heights News - Daily Herald

    Dec 1, 2022 12:06 PM - The Arlington Heights Community Concert Band, in partnership with District 214 Community Education, will perform their holiday concert at 3:00 PM Sunday, December 18, 2022 ...

  7. Here are The 7 Most Dangerous Areas In DC - OnlyInYourState

    Over the course of one year, the Washington Post reported that the Columbia Heights, Mount Pleasant, and Park View neighbor cluster had the most violent crimes, with 406 cases, and the highest number of robberies, with 268. Just because the area is among the most dangerous parts of DC, don’t discount it altogether.

  8. Arlington Height Senior Center, Inc. (AHSCI) is a separate, not-for-profit fundraising organization that raises funds to benefit the Arlington Heights Senior Center. AHSCI broadens the economic foundation of the senior center by raising funds and receiving donations from diverse sources, including organizations, foundations, businesses, and private sources. Arlington Heights Senior Center, Inc.

  9. The Nature Conservancy is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (tax identification number 53-0242652) under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.