Although student performance in some Evanston schools has improved slightly, progress is slowing, according to a recent report on Evanston/Skokie School District 65.
The Evanston Township High School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of David Fodor, is one of only six student ensembles chosen to perform at the 31st Annual Chicago Jazz Festival.
School Superintendent Hardy Murphy won another contract extension this week.
After two months of negotiating with the city, the City Council has finally approved an Evanston resident's plans to start a daycare center downtown.
Nearly a quarter of teens in America are jobless this summer. But thanks to a federal grant an Evanston agency has been able to put a few of them to work.
Kids’ books aren’t just for kids, as the works by 23 children’s illustrators show in a new Northwestern University Library exhibit.
[VIDEO] The oldest printed map of Evanston -- discovered several years ago on the verge of disintegration -- has been restored and made available online by Northwestern University's library.
The Youth Job Center of Evanston has received a $200,000 state grant to upgrade its building and make it more environmentally friendly and energy efficient.
The Youth Job Center of Evanston will host a seminar on green collar jobs next month.
The mansion at 225 Greenwood Street has withstood two world wars and a recession much worse than the current one. On Saturday, it withstood a host of children chomping on ice cream.
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