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ETHS hosts event with Kwame Alexander
     Evanston Township High School will host "The Writerly Life" with Kwame Alexander on Friday, October 28 at 7:00 p.m., in the school auditorium.
Luke Stowe Appointed City of Evanston Chief Information Officer
     Mr. Stowe has been serving as the interim Information Technology Division Manager since August, has served as Digital Services Manager since March, and before that served as the City’s Digital Services Coordinator. 
Community Information on Scary Clowns
     Although we have had no bona fide “scary” clown sightings here, we have had two incidents that we are currently investigating ...
Juvenile With Loaded Handgun Charged
     After a foot chase, the juvenile was taken into custody, and police discovered approximately 10 grams of suspect Cannabis and a loaded Beretta 9mm handgun on the juvenile, said the Commander.
Missing Person
     The Evanston Police Department is currently seeking the public’s help in a reported missing person case.
Register to Vote Online, Early Voting
     Suburban Cook County residents who are not yet registered to vote can still register online before the October 23 deadline.

City Presents 2017 Budget With $242 Million Expenses
The City presented its budget for Fiscal Year 2017 (Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2017) to City Council on Oct. 17. The total proposed expenses for all funds (operating and capital expenditures) prior to eliminating interfund transfers, are $303.9 million.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

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City News
• Gabel, Tucker Vie for 18th District Seat
• Council Votes to Increase City Manager Pay
• 7th Ward Meeting Topics: Canal Shores, Keefe Easement Request
• What the Nov. 8 Ballot Looks Like
• Police and Fire Departments Provide Halloween Safety Tips
• Carolyn Murray To Kick Off Aldermanic Campaign
• Actuarial Report on Police and Firefighter Pensions Accepted
• Man With Loaded Shotgun Charged

• The Traffic Guy hears ...
• Northwestern Physics Postdoc Wins L'Oreal USA For Women in Science Award
• Hooked on Fishing: By the Light of the Walleye Moon

• District 65 Board Hears Timeline for Referendum Decision
• Seldess Named Interim Assistant Principal at Nichols
• ETHS Student Achievement Shows Mixed Results
• ETHS Analysis of Freshman Restructuring
• Reflections of Their Better Selves: PEG Conference Inspires Deeper Equity Work for School District 202
• Students Embrace 'Reclaim' Message at ETHS Black Summits
• Volunteers Create Sensory Garden at Park School
• Five Award-Winning Children's Authors to Visit District 65 Schools
• Latino Success Celebration Spotlights Leaders and Students

• Wildkits Soccer Team Plays for Regional Title
• Field Hockey Has Successful First Season
• Cubs Fan Questions Limiting TV Access to Playoff Games
• Kits Earn 1-1 Soccer Tie at New Trier
• Blue Stoners Hockey Team Wins National Pond Hockey Championship

Art & Life
• Fire Next Door: Nightmare Becomes Reality
• Options for College Success: Helping Special Needs Students Realize Their Dreams
• At the Ecology Center, 'Art in Nature' Was The Big Draw
• Fall is Delicious Literary news you can use from Evanston Public Library's blog The Book Bird
• Piano Man
• Mudlark's 'Larkabout 2016' Raised Funding For its Milk Jug Fund
• 'The 43'/'Los 43' Exhibit Opens at the Noyes Gallery
• Evanston Community Foundation Raises Nearly $280,000 at Annual Benefit
• CROP Hunger Walk Oct. 23
• The King's Manor Hosts Surprise 25th Reunion Show

• Editorial: Go High: Pay No Attention To ...
• Room for a View: Then and Now
• Room for a View: Not a Snivel But a Sob
• 'Doesn't' or 'Don't' - What's the Difference?
• Why It's Important to Vote

One of Chicago’s most popular dinner theaters from the late 1970s through mid-1990s was the medieval-themed King’s Manor, a bawdy musical-comedy review.  It was unique entertainment – a six-course banquet-style meal (no silverware allowed) and unlimited beer and wine, served by beautiful singing wenches.

State of the Schools Address, 2016
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