Arlington Heights

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Arlington Heights is a city in northeastern Chicagoland. A 2003 Census put the population at 76,031, the largest for a village in the United States. Arlington Heights is known for the Arlington Park Race Track as well as a large Japanese community, third in the state behind neighboring Schaumburg and Chicago proper. Some notable people have come from the Village as well, including Walter Payton, Ted Nugent, and Ray Kroc (founder of McDonald's).

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