Evanston police are investigating a rollover accident that happened about 2:20 this afternoon on Grant Street near Lincolnwood Elementary School.
Even though it was an older model bicycle and secured to a downtown parking meter, a Trek road bike was stolen in the 800 block of Davis Street. This among the stories in today's daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
the Mitchell Museum offers Native American-inspired craft sessions for children during the winter school break.
Hit up to give some money to Evanston's First Night celebration, Evanston aldermen got into a wide-ranging debate about the project this week before agreeing to have taxpayers cough up the dough.
It started with Alderman Coleen Burrus, 9th Ward, who complained about the request for $5,000 from the city -- which the non-profit group said would be used to cover the cost of event admission buttons to be distributed to low-income residents through several other non-profit groups.
Alderman Delores Holmes, 5th Ward, says she expects Evanston's Parks Department to run programs at the former Boocoo building at 1823 Church St. that aldermen voted this week to purchase.
Bake425, the "farm-to-crust" bake-at-home pizza chain, plans to reopen the former HomeMade Pizza location on Central Street in Evanston this afternoon.
Funeral services will be held this noon at Second Baptist Church in Evanston for "Brother Mike" Hawkins, who'd joined the nascent youth engagement MetaMedia project at the McGaw YMCA in September.
Elliot Whitefield already has Friday, Jan. 23, circled on his 2015 basketball calendar.
Why? Because the ETHS girls cage coach can’t wait for the rematch with New Trier, even after the Trevians scored what looked like a convincing 62-43 Central Suburban League South division triumph Tuesday night as part of a basketball doubleheader in Winnetka.
Whitefield believes in his young squad and is only convinced that the Wildkits could be a different --- and better --- team by the time the two rivals meet again in Beardsley Gym.
Evanston’s coaching staff caught a glimpse in practice over the past week of a basketball team that is starting to put all phases of the game together.
That performance carried over and helped the Wildkits dominate arch-rival New Trier 57-35 in the Central Suburban League South division opener for both teams Tuesday night in Winnetka.
Head coach Mike Ellis called it “probably our best game at both ends of the floor” as the Kits improved to 5-2 overall and held the Trevians (2-4) to 30 percent shooting on their home court.
Howard Hanson titled his Second Symphony the “Romantic,” and its lush melodies have ensured its place as his most popular work (and its usage in the film score for Alien).