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Evanston Property Tax Appeal Seminar
     Evanston properties are being re-assessed by the Cook County Assessor. You are invited to a Property Tax Appeal Workshop to learn how your assessment was determined and to file an appeal with the Cook County Assessor.
Evanston Police Charge Chicago Man with March 8 Homicide
     On March 14, Evanston police and the North Regional Major Crimes Task Force charged a 38-year old Chicago man with two counts of First Degree Murder of Angel Miranda, a 33-year old Chicago man, said Commander Ryan Glew of the Evanston Police Department.
Wildkit GirlsCounting on Soccer Newcomers
     Stacy Salgado is entering her third season as the head girls soccer coach at Evanston, but she’s really not that far removed from her own playing career at ETHS.
Evanston Celebrates Women in Public Office Day March 19
     The City of Evanston has joined governments and elected officials across the nation in celebrating Women in Public Office Day on Tuesday, March 19, 2019.
Applications for Community Building Grants Due by March 29
     Community Building Grants support individuals and groups who want to make their local communities better places to live and raise families.
Overtime Win Sends Wildkits Back to Final Four
     Lance Jones’ defensive stop led to his own game-tying basket at the end of regulation play, and he delivered 7 points in the overtime period as the Wildkits earned a return trip to the Final Four with a 57-45 super-sectional victory over Stevenson.


Small Business, Big Impact

The fourth annual Tour de Noir and the third annual Business Expo/Marketplace, both featuring Black-owned businesses and enterprises, will take place on March 30 at the Levy Center, 300 Dodge Ave.

The tour bus leaves the center at 1 p.m. and will return in time for the beginning of the business expo at 3:30 p.m.  Guest speakers at the expo are Meleika Gardner of Evanston Live TV and Carl Parker, owner of Parker and Sons Carpet Cleaning.

The cost for the tour and expo is $20; for the expo alone the cost is $8. Tour registration is at www.blackbizevanston-ns.org.



Wednesday, March 6, 2019


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City News
• Arguments Held In City's James Park Contamination Case
• Robert Crown Project Debt, Harley Clarke Dominate Discussion at Mayor's Town Hall Meeting
• Evanston Police Charge Chicago Man with March 8 Homicide
• Latest Harley Clarke Ideas Focus on Revenue 'Sweet Spot'
• Mayor Says City Manager's Job Searches Have Not Diminished Performance
• City's Capital Needs Exceed Debt Cap
• Activist and Author David Hogg Speaks on Gun Violence
• The Federal Housing Administration's Role in Segregating and Cutting Off Mortgage Financing for Black Families in Chicago, 1934-1960
• Evanstonian Leads Tree Assessment After Tornado Damage

Columns
• The Traffic Guy hears ...
• Hooked on Fishing: Ice Fishing, Then the Season Ahead

Schools
• NEERA Model to Predict Persistence in College Will Be Ready Soon for Eighth and Ninth Grades
• School Board Members Upset With Lack of Progress on Joint Reading Goal
• The Future After High School: Helping Sudents Determine Their Dreams
• Cradle to Career Committee Unveils 'Bold Goal' for Kindergarten Readiness
• City, High School Agree on Use of Body-Worn Cameras
• ETHS Students Participate in 2019 Illinois High School Art Exhibition
• ETHS Golden Apple Finalist
• Unity Scholarship Fair at ETHS
• MAP Normative Data Shows Significantly Higher Achievement Levels for CPS Students than NAEP or PARCC

Elections
• Profile of Slaney Palmer, Candidate for School District 202
• Profile of Monique Parsons, Candidate for School District 202
• Profile of Elizabeth Rolewicz, Candidate for District 202 School Board
• Profile of Stephanie Teterycz, Candidate for District 202 School Board
• District 202 Candidates Speak at OPAL Forum
• League of Women Voters Guide for Oakton Community College

Sports
• Boys B-ball Advance to Sectional Finals
• Overtime Win Sends Wildkits Back to Final Four
• Kit Girls Push No. 1 Team to the Max, Fall 55-50 in OT
• Wildkit GirlsCounting on Soccer Newcomers
• Garron, Wilburn Earn Repeat Trips to State Track Finals

Art & Life
• Treasured Organ to Ring Out at Lenten Concerts
• Engaging Fathers in the Process of Early Childhood Development
• 'Joyful, Toe-Tapping' Blend of Classical and Gospel Music
• Trumpet Star to Perform Haydn Concerto with Evanston Symphony Orchestra
• Evanston North Shore Bird Club Turns 100
• The Book Bird Book Talk and Chatter: Podcasts for Literature Lovers
• Artruck
• Celebrating International Women's Day 2019
• YMCA'S Annual Gala Surpasses Fundraising Goal
• Justin Wynn Fund Honors Three at Red Tie Soirée

Opinion
• Editorial: There Is a Lot of to Learn Before Kindergarten
• Room for a View: A Woman
• Room for A View: Cubs to the Rescue
• Room for a View: Electoral College is a Broken System
• Guest Essay: Achievement and School Board Elections - By the Numbers
• Guest Essay: Triennial Reassessment Could Mean Changes to Next Year's Property Tax Bills



When a large tornado touched down in Taylorville, Ill., about three hours southwest of Chicago, in early December, it not only injured 26 people and damaged more than 500 buildings, but also significantly damaged more than 100 trees. About 25 of those trees needed to be removed, and the rest of them required extensive care.


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