The Central Evanston Business Association (CEBA) is hosting its first holiday festival and tree lighting ceremony from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9, at Church Street and Dodge Avenue. […]
Join the Evanston Chamber of Commerce for the return of its popular Women in Business series. This buffet-style lunch networking event is the perfect opportunity to meet with other women in the Evanston business community. There will be brief introductions but no formal program or speaker.
The Preservation Commission, in a quick meeting Tuesday, Dec. 6, unanimously passed a new long-range plan with key goals for historic preservation and community engagement.
Workers at the Starbucks store at 519 Main St., one of three stand-alone Starbucks in Evanston, have filed to organize a union.
Two businesses are asking the city to help them with big plans. And last week, they cleared the latest hurdle on the way to to the City Council to ensure funding approval.
Editor’s note: This story has been corrected from the original to reflect that the parking lot was bought, not given to Harrington Brown, LLC. The RoundTable regrets the error. Public […]
Encouraged by the city’s invitation to support small businesses, I headed over to Central Street last week to celebrate small businesses. I got there around 10:30 a.m. Saturday and the […]
Bookends & Beginnings, celebrated as Evanston’s hidden gem and a must-stop destination for book lovers visiting downtown, faces an uncertain next chapter after a city committee backed only a portion of its funding request Wednesday, Nov. 30, for a move to a new location.
Following a busy and optimistic weekend, the outlook going into the holiday shopping season and next year remains upbeat. “Central, Main-Dempster Mile, and Downtown all reported brisk sales and lots […]
A wave of optimism filled the air on a lively holiday shopping weekend. While all the numbers are not yet tallied, business owners and leaders in Evanston said they felt […]