Here's a replay of the live stream from Monday's Evanston Township High School school board candidate forum.
And you thought highs near 40 Tuesday would bring a break in Evanston's nasty weather! But no. We're gonna get some snow, some freezing rain and some plain old rain as the day progresses.
Assistant Public Works Director James Maiworm says snow is expected to start falling around 3 a.m. Tuesday, dropping around a half inch on us before it changes to freezing rain about 8 a.m., followed by just light rain after noon
Maiworm says a light glaze of ice is possible on the roads before the pavement temperatures warm.
The Evanston Community Foundation presents a Leadership Evanston alumni event, Focus on Evanston Arts: Celebrating Six Leadership Evanston Alumni, on Monday, March 9, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The event celebrates the achievements of six Leadership Evanston Alumni -- Leslie Brown (Piven Theatre), Diane Claussen (Northwestern University’s Theater Interpretation Center), Norah Diedrich (Evanston Arts Center), Judy Kemp (EvanstArts, Brillianteen), Michael Miro (Mudlark Theater) and Penelope Sachs (Evanston Symphony Orchestra).
Net income of First Evanston Bancorp, Inc. climbed 23 percent last year, according to its annual report to stockholders, with gains in assets, loans, and deposits.
Police responded to reports of gunfire Saturday night in the 500 block of Asbury Avenue and the 300 block of Chicago Avenue, but found nothing after an area check. These among the stories in today's daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
Three hundred and eighty-four Flying Fish team members swam a combined 38,951 lengths, or about 553 miles, in the 21st annual Flying Fish Swim Marathon, ending in February. The annual swim, a requirement for all team members, is a continuous one hour effort for swimmers from 6 years old through high school.
The fierce storm that started the month drew lots of attention from Evanston Now readers in February -- but not as much as the closure of a downtown restaurant or the governor's plan to slash financial aid to the city. Here's a rundown of the top 10.
Blaze Pizza's new outlet in Evanston is opening this week and will offer a free pizza Friday anyone who follows the chain on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.
The Los Angeles-based chain is heavy on the social media concept, posting photos submitted by customers to its website -- including some, like the one above, that you might wonder about.
The fast casual chain is opening at 1737 Sherman Ave. downtown on Thursday and plans the free pizza deal from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday.
A website that claims to focus on what makes small- to medium-sized cities great places to live has ranked Evanston's downtown the 10th best in the country.
Candiates for the Evanston Township High School board are scheduled to appear at a forum tonight at 7 p.m. in the auditorium at the high school.
The event is sponsored by the Evanston/Skokie PTA Council, ETHS Parents Engaged and the League of Women Voters of Evanston.
It's scheduled to be streamed live by the high school.
Five candidates -- Jonathan Baum, Adrian Dortch, Mark Metz, Monique Parsons and Anne Sills -- are seeking three seats on the board.