Evanston’s Equity and Empowerment Commission Thursday night will consider a proposed resolution advocating for a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas in Gaza and the release of “all hostages held by […]
The City has contracted the construction of new lighting at James Park, scheduled to begin in December and expected to be completed by April 2024.
Canoers, kayakers and people who simply value Evanston’s natural attractions had the chance Tuesday to inspect plans for a potential new boat launch on the North Shore Channel near the […]
Evanston City Council members have applied the brakes for now on a proposal that would require large non-property-tax-paying owners – most notably Northwestern University – to pay a fire service/utility […]
The city’s Health and Human Services Department “has verified that an estimated 60 individuals fell ill” with norovirus after eating at Big Wig Tacos & Burritos at 950 Church St. […]
After 39 years, spanning five job titles and working under nine permanent or interim city managers, Deputy City Manager Dave Stoneback is set to retire from the City of Evanston […]
Evanston City Council members may make fast use of revenues to be generated through Northwestern University’s Ryan Field stadium project approved last week, eyeing the funds to erase the need […]
Evanston police say a Skokie man has been charged with four felony counts of disorderly conduct in connection with allegations of bomb threats against the Evanston Public Library and a […]
Beck Park, now a lightly used park on Evanston’s west side, is slated for a transformation into a significant destination for neighborhood residents, particularly children, in the coming years. With […]
Beavers appear to have returned to Northwestern University’s lagoon, longtime Evanston resident Geri Joy discovered recently during one of her morning walks.