Several important 6th Ward issues have advanced from the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) to the Planning and Development Committee of the City Council.
The Mitchell Museum of the American Indian in Evanston will host its tenth annual “Native American Jewelry Trading Days” June 20–21 for collectors looking for deals on authentic, previously owned Nati
A current sticking point in negotiations over campaign finance reform is one of the key points, contribution limits.
Team Evanston Soccer Tryouts will be held from May 30 to June 6 at Lovelace Park in Evanston.
We've added a new content category to Evanston Now this week.
Evanston's new aldermen have a chance to strike a blow for common sense by rejecting the staff-proposed ordinance that would ban residents from having more than four cats.
Despite my best intentions of posting here on each of District 65’s early dismissal days, #3 & #4 got lost somewhere in between winter break, spring break and the never-ending work/family juggling act
A provocative new article from a conservative-leaning think tank could provide interesting reading for Evanstonians concerned about housing issues.
As Evanston's City Council and two school boards seat new members this month, they have a chance to do the public a simple favor.
McGaw YMCA announces “Stay Strong,” an initiative to prevent its members from losing their membership due to hardship.Submitted by Juliet Garrard on Wednesday, April 29, 2009, at 5:08 pm
The YMCA has been known for its saying that “no one is turned away due to the inability to pay” and the McGaw YMCA is committed to making every effort to ensure
We've unveiled a new look for Evanston Now to start the week.
Evanston-area families are invited to Northwestern Sunday, April 26, to take part in the second annual Communiversity Day.
The Evanston Community Development Corporation (“ECDC”) invites you to celebrate the contributions of Leon “Sonny” Robinson, Jr.Submitted by Precious Wright on Monday, April 20, 2009, at 4:54 pm
ECDC ANNOUNCES 2009
Here's the preliminary schedule for Northwestern's Communiversity Day on Sunday, April 26.
Running from Noon to 5 p.m.: