Mayor Hagerty's Statement on ICE Enforcement The Evanston Police Department is unaware of any enforcement action planned here. ICE has in the past conducted enforcement activities in Evanston without our knowledge or cooperation. We expect no prior knowledge of any enforcement.
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.
Both the Board and Dr. Goren agree that this is an opportune time to transition the leadership to build on the progress made over the past five years. Since assuming his position, Dr. Goren and the Board led the successful passage of the 2017 Referendum and have successfully negotiated labor contracts with the five unions representing the district’s employees.
Four local women, Candance Chow, Tracy Quattrocki, Joan Sherman and Melanie Wright, founded NextGroup LLC to provide support, resources and employment connections to women who are re-entering the workforce.
Two of Fay’s four eggs hatched this year, and the eyasses – the peregrine falcon chicks – that came out of their shells on a third-floor ledge of the Evanston Public Library were banded and named on June 6.
Since 2010, the nonprofit Evanston Rebuilding Warehouse has been tucked into a modest space in the 2100 block of Dempster Street, between a sprawling U-Haul Rental business and a storefront church. The materials re-use warehouse is not only a 13,500-square-foot retail store of salvaged building materials, it is also the home base for an ambitious...