Prepared text of a statement delivered Thursday by Robin Rue Simmons, founder and Executive Director of FirstRepair. She is the former Evanston alderman who led the push for the city’s […]
Check out some of the most important scenes from 2021, captured in photos by the RoundTable’s staff and contributors.
Dear Reader, When we transitioned the Evanston RoundTable to a nonprofit digital news outlet last year, we knew that we had our work cut out for us. Our objective was to […]
Happy Holidays! Thinking about a hairy bundle of joy as a memorable, long-lasting gift? Go for it. However, as you consider a pooch purchase – or, better yet, adoption – […]
At approximately 8:20 p.m. Friday evening, Evanston firefighters responded to the 1400 block of Madison Street in response to a multi-residential structure fire. The Evanston Fire Department reported that first-arriving […]
The guys from tree land. Jose Sanchez (from left), Graham Christensen and Derrick Lee at Poor Bob’s Christmas tree lot, on Dempster near Hartrey. Christensen and Lee sleep in the camper from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Sanchez lives in Evanston.
Hello colleagues, Wanted to share a statement I will share at tomorrow’s policy and committee meeting: I would like to take the time again to thank our administrators, my board […]
On Monday, November 15, at 12:27 p.m., the Evanston Fire Department responded to 2215 Central Street for reports of an apartment fire in a multistory residential structure. First-arriving companies responded […]
Thank you to everyone who sent a letter or email in support of part-day early childhood programs receiving the state offered Childcare Workforce Bonus. Thanks to our advocacy there has […]
To ensure every Evanston family gets to celebrate this holiday season, Mayor Daniel Biss is encouraging all community members to participate in the annual Mayor’s Holiday Food, Book and Toy […]