California has opened a debate about how much chromium we should be allowed to drink in our water.
And wouldn't you know it, it looks like there's a trace of the stuff -- considered a "probable carcinogen" -- in the water Evanston takes from Lake Michigan.
The inquiring mind of Ponzi Junior wants to know more.
The CatBackers, the women’s support group for Northwestern football, is publishing a cookbook and is looking for some great recipes.
The cookbook, Willie’s Wildcat Cookbook, will be published next fall.
What? No hybrid vehicles in the city's Christmas stocking this year?
The alderman was distressed.
But while the city looked for ways to save the planet with expensive vehicles that use more environmental-friendly fuels, Ponzi and his friends noticed energy dollars flying right out of the Civic Center.
Evanston police and community volunteers gathered this morning in the garage at police headquarters to assemble and distribute over 125 bags of holiday groceries to needy families and individuals around the community.
To mark the conclusion of its 125th anniversary, the McGaw YMCA will be doing a little gazing into a crystal ball, looking for a glimpse of the next 125 years and looking back at the memories made over the last few months.
When Evanston closed out its Downtown II tax increment financing district this year, the area was generating $9 million more annually in property tax revenue than it had 23 years earlier when the district was formed.
Thanks to the early cold snap, residents are already taking advantage of ice-skating rinks at Evanston parks.
As weather permits this winter, skating rinks will be created at Ackerman Park at Central Street and McDaniel Avenue, the Dawes Park Lagoon at Sheridan Road and Church Street and Baker Park at Forest Avenue and Keeney Street.