Records are made to be broken, and that’s why it wasn’t a great day Saturday for one of the best female swimmers in Evanston history.
The parent group that calls itself “Math Matters” is pushing for better differentiation in the teaching of math in the Evanston/Skokie District 65 schools.
Evanton police say a Chicago man arrested in September on a charge of aggravated criminal sexual abuse was sentenced this week to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to the charge in Skokie district court.
Evanston Township High School will host “Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do” with Claude Steele, Ph.D.
The City of Evanston has received the highest possible score from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Municipal Equality Index, the only nationwide rating system of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender inclusion in municipal law and policy.
Evanston city officials say we're expected to get the first significant snowfall of the season Saturday evening.
The Evanston Public Library, which is seeking another big tax increase for next year, has dramatically increased attendance at its children's programs in recent years.
But most other metrics, contained in annual city budget documents, show the library standing still or lagging slightly, even as its recent spending increases have substantally outpaced inflation, after sharp cutbacks during the city budget crisis.
Join Directors Gary Geiger and Monica Blacconeri as they lead the entire Evanston Children’s Choir in our most popular concert of the year, celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa in typical ECC style!
Limited free parking is available behind the chapel for the less-mobile. Plentiful, inexpensive parking is available nearby at the Church Street Self Park, 525 Church St.
This concert made possible, in part, by the City of Evanston, Cultural Arts Division.
A burglar took a portable generator and a pair of sunglasses from an unlocked garage in the 2500 block of Thayer Street. This among the stories in today's daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
About 100 neighbors turned out Thursday night to hear representatives of Valli Produce talk about their plans for the Evanston Plaza.
Frank Greco, a partner in the small, family-owned chain, told residents at the 2nd Ward meeting that Valli doesn't have a warehouse, "so everything comes in fresh to the location, which means the store will have more back room space with coolers than the typical supermarket.