|Council Discusses Details of Proposed Library Renovation|
A plan for the top to bottom renovation of the Evanston Public Library’s main branch, a proposal that the Library’s Board of Trustees has been working on for more than two years, finally reached the City Council for full discussion on Feb. 19.
|'Stay Gold, Yakez': Evanston Lays to Rest Young ETHS Graduate|
A Celebration of Life Ceremony was held on Feb. 17 for Yakez “Heaven” Lee Semark, a 20- year-old graduate of Evanston Township High School whose life ended tragically when he was shot on Feb. 8 near the corner of Hovland Court and Emerson Street in Evanston.
|Council Approves Nearly $1.4 Million for Howard Street Theater Project|
By a 7-2 vote on Feb. 12, City Council approved a nearly $1.4 million construction contract for a theater on Howard Street that will serve as the home for Theo Ubique.
|FUSE Now Available for All Sixth-Graders|
Every sixth grader in Evanston/Skokie School District 65 now has access to Northwestern University’s FUSE program, a buffet of nearly 30 hands-on, computer-based challenges in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM).
|EvanSTEM Expanding Ways to Engage Underrepresented Youth|
"What we really want to do is create a network of all the STEM players in Evanston – that ecosystem of learning – and make sure we’re coordinating and collaborating to manage that synergistic effort among programs."
|Boys B-ball Closes Regular Season With 79-45 Win|
All 12 players who suited up scored at least 2 points as the Wildkits bounced back from their loss to New Trier and routed Vernon Hills 79-45 in a Central Suburban League crossover contest.