No one connected with the Evanston football program objected to sharing the credit Friday night when the Wildkits punched a ticket to the Illinois High School Association Class 8A state playoffs for the 7th time in 8 years.
When the Albion Residential planned development on Sherman Avenue goes back before Evanston aldermen Monday it will be 15-stories tall, rather than the 16-story project that was held at the Planning and Development Committee two weeks ago.
Chef Vince DiBattista of Evanston’s Campagnola Restaurant and Union Pizzeria, known for his renderings of simple Italian dishes featuring locally sourced ingredients, will be the featured chef at tomorrow’s Evanston Farmers' Market.
Developers told residents at a sparsely attended neighborhood meeting Thursday evening that they hope to build a 17-story building targeted to the "active adult" market on what's now a parking lot at 1727 Oak Ave. in Evanston.
A 40-year-old Evanston man faces charges of being an armed habitual offender after police say they recovered drugs and a gun from his Custer Avenue apartment and a second gun from a storage locker he rented in Skokie.
The thief who stole a package delivered to a home on Monroe Street yesterday was probably dismayed to find it contained only two books and a set of ice cube trays. This among the stories in today’s daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
Despite the fact that its budget is in good shape, the Evanston Library Board of Trustees voted Wednesday night to close its doors on Nov. 10, not because it has to pinch its pennies, but because the City of Evanston is in financial difficulty.