About 200 members of the Democratic Party of Evanston turned out for a meeting at the Unitarian Church Sunday, where the group voted to endorse Devon Reid in the race for city clerk over incumbent Rodney Greene.
In launching the new Evanston Work Ethic Program (WE), Evanston community leaders say they are creating a model to address the shortfall between what businesses are increasingly looking for in employees and what high schools are supplying.
Ask Evanstonians about painting rocks, and they probably think of the rocks at the water's edge of the Northwestern campus. But Saturday afternoon at the Ridgeville Park District there'll be a much smaller scale rock-painting-project open to all.
Police juvenile bureau detectives conducting a tobacco compliance check operation at 33 Evanston merchants Thursday say they found two businesses in violation for selling tobacco to a person under the age of 21.
Five incidents of graffiti and criminal damage to cars as a result of spray painting took place in the 1800 blocks of Wesley and Ashland avenues. These among stories in today’s daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.