The City of Evanston’s Public Works Agency plans additional street cleaning dates in November and December to help clear streets of leaves and other debris.
Student journalists at Evanston Township High School plan to meet tomorrow with Principal Marcus Campbell to work out details for implementing a tentative agreement that would allow the redistribution of stories in The Evanstonian that led to confiscation of the school newspaper.
Thieves were busy in Evanston Monday. The crime bulletin from Evanston police reports four victims of thefts.
The owners of The Merion, the senior living community at 1611 Chicago Ave. in Evanston are planning a new high-rise development just to the north of their building.
Evanston aldermen Monday agreed to let Clerk Devon Reid continue to serve as the city's Freedom of Information Act officer but deferred action on how widely responses to FOIA requests should be made available.
The action came after nearly two dozen residents supported Reid at the Rules Committee meeting. Many of the speakers identified themselves as members of Reclaim Evanston, an activist group that had backed Reid's candidacy in last spring's election.
One jog around the Vernon Hills course Monday told Evanston cross country star Enyaeva Michelin all she needed to know before the Central Suburban League championship meet.
Renovations to the Jewish center for Northwestern students will be the focus at Tuesday night's Preservation Commission meeting in Evanston.
Two Hondas and two Hyundais were victims of catalytic converter thieves last week. These among the stories in today’s daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
Northwestern students participating in the prestigious Solar Decathlon in Denver are celebrating today.
Evanston aldermen will be told tonight that the city has managed to show a modest profit on its investment in two restaurant-bar businesses on Howard Street.
A memo from Assistant City Manager Marty Lyons and Economic Development Manager Paul Zalmezak says the city has recouped all the money it put into Ward Eight and Peckish Pig.
The city purchased both buildings and spend a considerable sum on renovating the properties.