A group of Evanston religious leaders plan to hold a Community Time of Prayer event tonight to reflect on the recent events in Ferguson, Mo.
A strong start --- and an even better finish --- powered Evanston’s basketball team to a season-opening 67-40 romp over Chicago Westinghouse Monday in the first round of the Battle of the Bridge Thanksgiving Tournament at DePaul Prep.
Here's a recap of our live coverage of tonight's Evanston City Council meeting. Meeting called to order at 8:20 p.m.
Here's a recap of our live coverage of this evening's Evanston City Council Planning and Development Committee meeting.
Here's a recap of our live coverage of this evening's Evanston City Council Administration and Public Works Committee meeting.
A 1997 Jeep was stolen while parked in the 700 block of Howard Street Saturday morning. This among the stories in today's daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
The Northwestern University Music Academy Chorus and Chamber Choir -- a group of 30 or so community members, faculty, staff and students who sing recreationally -- will perform a concert of Italian songs, choral works, arias and madrigals.
The rain we had in Evanston this morning has now changed to snow and it's expected to continue falling for the next couple of hours.
Assistant Public Works Director James Maiworm says pavement temperatures are 38 to 42 degrees now so the snow will have a hard time accumulating on the roads to start with.
Snow accumulations of less than a half inch are expected, mostly on grassy surfaces.
Air temperatures will continue to fall all afternoon reaching 28 to 25 degrees by 8 p.m.
Earnings of the parent corporation of Evanston’s First Bank & Trust rose 27 percent in the first nine months of 2014, compared with the same period last year.
“The first nine months of the year have gone exceptionally well for the company,” wrote Robert R. Yohanan, managing director and chief executive officer of the firm, First Evanston Bancorp, Inc., in a letter to stockholders last week.
“We are hopeful that the remaining three months will continue the established trend,” he added.
Connections for the Homeless will have certified Affordable Care Act Navigators at the Evanston Public Library through the spring to help people enroll in the Illinois Insurance Marketplace.
Connections was selected by Governor Quinn and The Illinois Department of Public Health as one of 37 community organizations around the state that will participate in year two of the In-Person Counselor (IPC) program that helps citizens with the ACA enrollment process.