Evanston health officials reported three new COVID-19 cases among city residents today, raising the total cases here to 817. Meanwhile the state reported 954 new cases, reversing a trend of rising case counts over the last few days.
Evanston health officials reported three new COVID-19 cases among city residents today while the state reported 1,317 new cases, its highest total in more than a month and more than double the low point reached just four days ago.
Citing concerns over the ongoing coronovarius pandemic, the Big Ten Conference today said fall sports will be restricted to conference games only. For Northwestern, that means three non-conference football games, all at home, are wiped out.
The Evanston Public Library this month plans to gradually restore some services disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic -- including offering access to computers at the main library starting Tuesday, July 14.
Police were summoned to Mason Park, just east of Evanston Township High School, at Church Street and Florence Avenue, upon discovering three garbage containers destroyed by fire late yesterday afternoon.
Speakers at Wednesday's Plan Commission meeting supported proposed zoning changes to permit more types of accessory dwelling units in Evanston and, in discussion, commission members also appeared to be on board with the idea.