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 […]
Teens in Evanston Fire Explorer Post 911 got some hands-on practice in vehicle extrication recently, removing a dummy from a wrecked car.
When Evanston police officers are called to respond to a protest held without warning, as was the case outside Rep. Jan Schakowsky’s house last Tuesday, what demand does that place […]
On Friday, Nov. 10, at approximately 6:45 p.m., Evanston Firefighters responded to reports of a kitchen fire in a multifamily high-rise structure at 1501 Maple Ave.
On November 1, Evanston Township High School student Declan Boutross was recognized by Evanston Fire Department’s Local 742 as this year’s Marty Leoni Award recipient, receiving a $3,000 scholarship to be applied towards college educational expenses.
Nearly 100 protesters shut down traffic on Ridge Avenue between Greenleaf and Dempster Streets late Tuesday afternoon, calling on U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-9th District) to sign a congressional resolution […]
Shortly before 5 p.m. Wednesday, an 18-year-old man driving a car near the corner of Greenwood Street and Dodge Avenue, a block south of Evanston Township High School, was in […]
A resident of Albany Care, a specialized mental health rehabilitation facility at 901 Maple Ave., was arrested and charged with the sexual assault of one facility resident and the attempted sexual […]
Evanston Firefighters and other first responders were out in full force on Saturday for the Emergency Preparedness Fair at Evanston Township High School. Anyone could participate in trainings on topics […]
This Saturday, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., rain or shine, Evanston Township High School, 1600 Dodge Ave., will be the place to be in Evanston for emergency preparedness training. […]