The owners of the Good to Go restaurant on the Chicago side of Howard Street learned this week that a key Evanston alderman wasn't "good to go" with their plans to move into the former Evanston police outpost building at 633 Howard.
Evanston police say they they've been contacted by at least two student victims as officers investigate reports that school employees may have been involved in stealing from student lockers at Evanston Township High School.
Members of Evanston's Economic Development committee, with just one dissenting vote, moved to recommend City Council approval of a $30,000 loan to Dave Glatt to set up a smaller version of his shuttered Dave's Italian Kitchen restaurant.
Two Northwestern University economics professors offered starkly contrasting views of America’s economic future this week in a debate on the Evanton campus billed as a “Clash of the Intellectual Titans.”
After students this morning staged a protest at the start of classes, Evanston Township High School officials issued a statement saying they are aware of a video that appears to show staff members stealing from student lockers.
Car towing rates will go up nearly 14 percent and daily storage charges will rise 37 percent over the next three years under a contract recommended for approval at the Evanston Transportation and Parking Committee meeting Wednesday evening.