|New Coaches Face Different Challenges at ETHS|
Evanston’s two newest head coaches will face different challenges in the fall of 2019. For girls tennis coach Leanne Baker, the task will be to maintain --- and improve on --- the successful foundation built by former head coach Joyce Anderson.
|City to Host 9th Annual 'Evanston Recycles' Event July 6|
The City of Evanston will host its ninth annual "Evanston Recycles" event on Saturday, July 6.
|City Affirms Commitment to Address Racism, Equity|
City Council members approved a resolution on June 10 that affirmed the City’s commitment to addressing racism and ensuring equity in City operations, recognizing in unusually frank terms the City’s coming to grips with its own history of discrimination and racial injustice as part of the process of moving forward.
|School District 65 Reaches Five-Year Deals With Teachers and Paraprofessionals|
On June 10, the District 65 School Board unanimously approved collective bargaining agreements with the District Educators Council (DEC, the teachers union) and the Evanston Teacher Assistant Association (ETAA). Each contract runs for five years.
|Aldermen Take Steps to Curb 'Disruptive' Behavior|
City officials are moving forward on rules to foster greater decorum at public meetings, including establishing guidelines for the banners and posters which local activists have been placing around City Council chambers in recent months highlighting their positions.
|Climbing Gym Wins OK|
Evanston’s one-time recycling center will find new life as a premier climbing gym under a move that was described by the alderman in the area as a “big win-win” for the developer but a “big lose-lose” in terms of the revenue returned.