Editor’s note: This story has been changed from the original to reflect several corrections. Members of a city committee are moving forward on a proposal for the city to award […]
No one hanging around Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center on the first day of winter would have to ask what’s going on. It was the Foster Senior Club’s annual holiday party – […]
Kathleen Anne Hewitt Kastilahn died on Oct. 11, less than a month after her 76th birthday. Born in Chicago to Harley and Ruth Hewitt, she attended Lyons Township High School, […]
The City of Evanston will purchase the property at 1808 Hovland Court, then donate it to Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH).
City Council members unanimously authorized a $1.5 million lawsuit settlement for 16 current and former telecommunication/911 operators who sued the city over its scheduling practices.
Evanston’s pooch-friendly shorefront will host dogs and their owners at least until early December, City Council members agreed at their Oct. 10 meeting.
City Council members asked for the Administration and Public Works Committee to draw up two separate leases for the Harley Clarke mansion and its historic gardens.
At their Oct. 10 meeting, City Council members authorized creation of a $50,000 Refugee Resettlement Fund, to provide an array of services to migrants in Evanston. The proposal had been held from the Sept. 12 City Council meeting.
Cracks are appearing in many places in the concrete slab that forms the floor of the main lobby of the Robert Crown Center, 1801 Main St. Concrete contracts as it […]
Despite slight improvements, the city’s Solid Waste Fund has shown a negative balance for several years, prompting officials to look at curative actions. The Solid Waste Fund is used to […]