New COVID-19 cases in Evanston dropped to 40 for the week ending Oct. 28. This is down from 76 for the prior week. The cases in the prior week were likely influenced by the 57 new cases reported by Northwestern University for the prior week.
While opening the schools for in-person learning was intended to limit learning loss due to remote learning, part of the rational was to better address students’ mental health issues and well-being.
The new Board unanimously elected Anya Tanyavutti to serve another one-year term as President of the Board and Ms. Lindsay-Ryan to serve another one-year term as Vice President of the Board. Each ran unopposed
A Washington D.C. based attorney, C. Boyden Gray, has written a letter to Mayor Stephe H. Hagerty and members of City Council, stating in part, “I write on behalf of […]
Devon Horton, Superintendent of School District 65, formally announced on March 15 that the District is actively planning to bring back all students for in-person learning for the 2021-2022 school […]
Vaccinations in Evanston and Available Locations The City reported this evening that it has administered or distributed nearly 16,000 total COVID-19 vaccine doses as part of Phase 1a and 1b. […]
New Vaccination Site at the United Center Any resident over 65 years of age may make a reservation for a vaccine at the United Center. People may start signing up […]
On Feb. 25, Kimberly Richardson, Deputy City Manager, made a brief presentation about draft guidelines to qualify for one of the housing reparations programs being recommended by the City’s Reparations […]
The City of Evanston reports today that there have been a total of 8,786 doses of vaccine (including second doses) administered at the City’s points of distribution. A total of […]
Submitted by School District 65 District 65 is looking for a diverse group of staff, parents/caregivers, and community members to serve on its Student Assignment Advisory Committee (SAAC). The SAAC […]