The line drives are jumping off the bat of Sam Evans once again. After struggling to hit over .200 over the first six weeks of the high school baseball season, the Evanston senior got back on track Saturday in wet and miserable conditions at Buffalo Grove.
On June 23, in accordance with the Illinois State Board of Education’s rules and regulations governing school records and with the Illinois School Student Act of 1975, Evanston Township High School will destroy the Special Education records of students who graduated in 2009.
The Carl Klamm Experiment continued under less than ideal weather conditions Friday night at the Red Grange Invitational hosted by Wheaton Warrenville South.
And while Evanston head coach Don Michelin still hasn’t determined just what events the talented senior will compete in when the postseason approaches, Klamm continues to offer options for the Wildkit lineup.
Evanston police are investigating reports of two suspicious incidents this week in which a young girl walking to school was approached by man on a blue bicycle who tried to engage her in conversation.
Two men attempted to steal a woman's purse and successfully nabbed her iPhone yesterday evening in an alley on Fowler Avenue. This among the stories in today's daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
Owners of Hewn, the bakery at 810 Dempster St., are seeking Evanston City Council approval to bring back the parklet they debuted last summer for a new, four-year run.
City officials looking to generate more revenue by filling up the city's half-empty parking garages have found another potential customer -- Northwestern University.
With the focus on a defense that has posted nine shutouts so far this season, sometimes the fact that Evanston’s offense hasn’t exactly been prolific hides what could become a problem for coach Maurizio Grillo’s squad.
The Chicago's Home of Chicken & Waffles restaurant on Evanston's west side -- which received a $200,000 loan from the city -- closed this week.
But Paul Zalmezak of the city's economic development staff tells Evanston Now the restaurant's owners are now current on their loan payments to the city and have pledged to continue making the loan payments while they seek to sell the restaurant building at 2424 Dempster St. to a new operator.
Shoplifters were reported at stores on Howard Street and on Chicago Avenue yesterday. These among the stories in today's daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.