Evanston’s annual Day of Caring is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 1, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at Northwestern University’s Ryan Field, 1501 Central St.
Long-time Evanston Review reporter Bob Seidenberg has been reassigned to the western suburbs in what the Chicago News Guild says is retaliation for withholding his byline from a story.
An unlocked window provided access for a burglar in the 700 block of Forest Avenue. This among the stories in today’s daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
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At least three Evanston residents now say they're planning campaigns to be elected mayor next spring.
Evanton Township High School board member Doug Holt today announced that he's not planning to run for re-election.
Evanston City Manager Wally Bobkiewicz told aldermen Monday night that the city is close to signing deals to provide water to Morton Grove and Niles.
With officials from the two villages sitting in the audience, Bobkiewicz said he believes negotiations will conclude "in the next few weeks" on the agreements, which have been under discussion for years.
City staff told Evanston aldermen Monday night they believe the city won't need to raise the combined rate it charges for water and sewer service over the next five years.
But Public Works Director Dave Stoneback said that as the sewer rate declines with the gradual retirement of bonds used to fund major sewer projects over the past few decades, rates for water will need to increase a matching amount to pay for needed improvements to the water supply infrastructure.
A robber gave a restaurant cashier a note demanding money in the 900 block of Chicago Avenue. This among the stories in today’s daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
Each year the incoming class of freshmen at Evanston Township High School is issued Chrome Books, which are small inexpensive laptop computers. Now the Evanston Public Library and the two school districts are ready to tell parents what they’re doing with them.