An accident has led police to block all traffic near the intersection of Ridge Avenue and Greenwood Street in Evanston this morning.
Light Opera Works will present “Hollywood’s Greatest Song Hits,” a musical revue, Oct. 2 through 11. This concert performance, directed and choreographed by Rudy Hogenmiller, focuses on historical hits from films such as “Casablanca” and “Titanic”.
Evanston’s boys golf team settled for a fifth place finish Tuesday at the Central Suburban League South division championship meet held at rain-drenched Sportsman’s Country Club in Northbrook.
A concerted effort at Evanston Township High School to keep more students in school rather than sending them home on disciplinary grounds is paying off, as the number of suspensions each year continues to decline.
Light Opera Works presents "Hollywood's Greatest Song Hits" as the next installment of its season. The show runs Oct. 2 through 11 at the Nichols Concert Hall in Evanston.
Someone broke the window of a 1998 Honda in the 1900 block of Darrow Avenue. This among the stories in today's daily crime report from Evanston police.
Evanston police say the driver of the car involved in the early Sunday morning rollover accident on Dodge Avenue now has been charged with a felony -- aggravated driving under the influence -- in the crash that killed her passenger.
Monica Wallace, 42, of 1422 Brown Ave., also faces four traffic citations -- for disobeying a red light, driving in the wrong lane, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident and failing to have insurance.
She's scheduled to appear in Skokie district court at 9 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 9.
Traffic on Sheridan Road in Evanston is blocked at Church Street this morning after what apparently was a construction accident broke a gas line between two homes near there.
A new musical that was workshopped last week at Northwestern University in Evanston played to a sold-out crowd in concert reading form Monday night at Thalia Hall in Chicago.
Each fall since 1990, The Woman’s Club of Evanston creates Fairy Tale Trail to provide a safe, non-frightening, fun Halloween experience for children of all ages and abilities.
This October marks the 25th annual fun-filled Halloween with well-known characters and some new surprises along the Fairy Tale Trail.
Mermaids, wizards, safari guides and princesses will welcome the children to the WCE clubhouse which will be transformed into a maze of eight rooms – each showcasing a different children’s story or theme.