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COVID-19 Update on May 4: ­­­­­­­­­Nine New Cases in Evanston, 2,211 in the State

Restrictions Loosening Up Governor JB Pritzker and Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced today the return of the annual Chicago Auto Show, which will be the first large convention in Chicago since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Officials expect to welcome other conventions and tourist events this summer with safety precautions, said the Governor’s Office in a prepared […]

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Home Precincts Help Stoke Some Candidates’ Winning Margins in April 6 Aldermanic Election

Want a winning formula for the next Evanston Aldermanic election in four years? Do well in your home precinct, and that can provide an important margin for victory. The final results certified by the Cook County Clerk’s Office last week show several Evanston aldermanic candidates receiving strong support in their home precincts on their way to […]

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City Approves Partnership Agreement with Northwestern to Give University Wide Use of Robert Crown Community Center

Northwestern University’s Club Hockey and Synchronized Skating teams as well as the school’s students and faculty will be given wide access to the City’s new $54 million Robert Crown Community under an agreement that some aldermen and residents maintained contained hazy details. In one of the last major actions of the current City Council, aldermen voted […]