Adults who live, work, or worship in Evanston are invited to take part in racial healing circles led by YWCA Evanston/North Shore at various sites throughout Evanston, Jan. 21-24.
Evanston Public Library has launched The Check Out, a podcast that introduces listeners to Evanston residents or people working in Evanston who are actively engaged in making the community better, and other noteworthy pursuits. The podcast, hosted by EPL Community Engagement Coordinator Jill Schacter, features interviews with Evanstonians involved in fields such as the arts, history, nonprofits…
Evanston basketball fans who braved a winter storm to watch the Wildkits play Friday night at Glenbrook North probably had never seen a Mike Ellis-coached Evanston team surrender so many open looks, whether they were layups or 3-point opportunitie
A band of moderate to heavy snow is expected to continue to blanket Evanston past midnight tonight, the city’s Public Work Agency says. And though parking restrictions are not in effect now, the agency is asking residents to help crews by not parking tonight on main thoroughfares posted as snow routes.
City staff will ask aldermen Tuesday to reject a suggestion from Alderman Cicely Fleming, 9th Ward, that the city waive building permit fees for coach houses and other accessory dwelling units if owners agree to rent them at discounted rates.