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Arlington Heights, IL
Although well-known as a suburb on the Northwest Side of Chicago, Arlington Heights is actually the most populous community in the U.S. that has been incorporated as a village. There is still much to do and see, however. Once an area naturally devoid of groves and trees, Arlington Heights was later farmed by German immigrants. Now, it is most famous for the Arlington Park Race Track, which is the main tourist attraction and also one of the top employers in the area as well. Hosting several high-end hotels, theaters, and fine-dining establishments, Arlington Heights is great to visit and even better to call home. Commuters can easily hop on the train at either of two Metra stops nearby, while those searching for schools will be satisfied with both the public and private options. Looking for something to do on a rainy day? Definitely pay a visit to Arlington Heights Memorial Library, an award-winning public library. There are materials in seventeen different langua