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  • Feb 8 2007 - 2:43pm | | | 0 comments

    The Parent Teacher Student Association of Evanston Township High Schools is pleased to share information about the candidates for the District 202 Board of Education, and dates for candidate forums.

  • Feb 13 2007 - 6:30am | | | 0 comments

    The construction business in Evanston got off to a strong start for the year last month when Bristol Chicago Development pulled construction permits for nearly $40 million of work on its rental high-rise building at 413-421 Howard St.

  • Feb 7 2007 - 3:22pm | | | 0 comments

    Green Building Tip of the DayWhen deciding to build or renovate your home and make it a bit more GREEN, utilize local products made from local materials.  By using local products, there is less fossil fuel spent to bring it to market.  Recyled glass is a great example of a material and secondary product that is local.  Recycled Glass counters are versatile, come in a variety of colors and are made locally by Inner Glow Surfaces.  www.InnerGlowSurfaces.com

  • Feb 7 2007 - 7:26am | | | 0 comments

    Evanston police and health department officials say that despite recent bitterly cold weather they've seen no dramatic increase in homeless people needing emergency shelter or residents without heat in their homes.

  • Feb 7 2007 - 7:05am | | | 0 comments

    Evanstonians will get a chance to hear the views of candidates competing for seats on the District 65 school board when the Chute Middle School PTA hosts a candidate forum at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 23, at the school at 1400 Oakton St.

  • Feb 6 2007 - 6:26pm | | | 0 comments

    Evanston Mayor Lorraine Morton snipped the ribbon Friday with help from 8th Ward Alderman Ann Rainey to mark the opening of Sole Inspirations at 727 Howard St., as store owners Carmen and Vernandez Jones look on.

  • Feb 13 2007 - 6:28am | | | 0 comments

    Evanston aldermen Monday turned back efforts to restore some jobs targeted for elimination by the city manager.An attempt to maintain for at least one additional year the job of Human Relations Dir

  • Feb 7 2007 - 7:06am | | | 0 comments

    School District 65 officials report this morning that schools will be open today, school buses are running, before-school and after-school day care will operate, but other before-school activities are canceled.

  • Jan 25 2008 - 2:38pm | | | 0 comments

    The Brummel Park Neighbors Steering Committee will meet at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan.26, at the Howard Street Police Outpost.

  • Feb 6 2007 - 6:45am | | | 0 comments

    To parents and other caregivers for District 65 students: All after-school activities for today, February 5, 2007, are canceled. Apparently, the District 65 administration building, known as the Hill Center, is without heat.

  • Feb 4 2007 - 11:56am | | | 0 comments

    Top city officials said nothing publicly at Saturday's crime prevention meeting about the city's first homicide of the year -- which took place about nine hours before the meeting started.But they

  • Feb 7 2007 - 7:07am | | | 2 comments

    The 250 residents who turned out on a bitterly cold morning for a crime prevention meeting at Evanston Township High School were told today that preliminary figures show Evanston's index crime ra

  • Feb 5 2007 - 2:24pm | | | 0 comments

    Continuing development in downtown Evanston will require turning Emerson Street into a four-lane road from Ridge to Maple Avenues someday soon, regardless of what happens with the proposal to build

  • Feb 3 2007 - 7:14am | | | 0 comments

    The derailment of an out of service train just north of the Howard Street station has forced suspension of CTA Purple Line Express service this evening.The CTA says Local Purple Line service betwee

  • Feb 2 2007 - 12:44pm | | | 0 comments

    There are just three days left for candidates interested in running for seats on the Ridgeville Park District board to get their petition signatures in.The district will have three vacancies to fi

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