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How will I know when it’s my turn to be vaccinated?

Good morning, Evanston. Many of the area senior residential facilities have vaccinated their residents through a federal program in partnership with CVS and Walgreens pharmacies.  Here’s what we know about vaccine registration and rollout for everyone else: The City’s Health and Human Services Department is currently scheduling appointments for residents 75 and up who do […]

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Mayoral candidates prioritize economic recovery and community rebuilding

Good morning, Evanston. At the recent League of Women Voters – Evanston Public Library Forum, mayoral candidates Sebastian Nalls, Lori Keenan, and Daniel Biss addressed serious issues facing the City, including pandemic recovery, affordable housing and police and city services. Today, in-person voting begins at the Lorraine H. Morton Civic Center, 2100 Ridge Ave., Room […]

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D65 School Board to tackle attendance areas, middle school math, and budget shortfalls

Good morning, Evanston. The District 65 School Board has a very full agenda for its Monday night meeting, including plans to redraw attendance areas and revamp math curriculum. After the working board meeting ends, the finance committee will discuss budget projections for the next five years. The board will discuss a Student Assignment Plan designed […]