Sunday is Father's Day and there are other local events like the "Race Against Hate" and the Custer Fair -- but there still are a bunch of open houses to take a look at. Here'
Shorefront Legacy Center will screen the documentary "Alice's Ordinary People" that profiles the life of Evanston native and civil rights activist Alice Tregay at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 19.
A rush-hour crowd gathered in front of Frances Willard’s Evanston home at 1730 Chicago Avenue Friday afternoon to celebrate the 100th anniversary of womens suffrage in Illinois.
A bicycle was stolen from the front yard of a home in the 1500 block of Greenwood Street. This and other stories in today's daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
The Evanston Public Library will bring services and programs to the Robert Crown Center this summer starting next week.
Judging from comments posted on Evanston Now this week, there’s been a lot of community outrage about the daylight gun battle Tuesday across from Evanston Township High School.
Organizers expect a record turnout of more than 4,500 people to "Race Against Hate" Sunday morning in Evanston.
Burglars broke glass in a door to gain entry to a home in the 2100 block of Dobson Street, where they stole a pair of gym shoes. This and other stories in today's daily crime bulletin from Evanston police.
A growing percentage of students of all ethnicities are taking Advanced Placement classes at Evanston Township High School and they are scoring above the national and global averages.
Evanston's summer festival season launches this weekend with the 42nd edition of the Custer's Last Stand Festival of the Arts in the Chicago-Main shopping district.
Plans for a major expansion and rehabilitation of the North Shore Retirement Hotel won unanimous support from a city review panel Wednesday.
This one bedroom, one bath condo, Unit 2E in a landmark building at 1929-A Sherman Ave. just north of downtown Evanston, is on the market for $150,000 and is open to tour this Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m.
Bandwidth Marketing (http://www.bandwidthmktg.com/) has named Kenneth Hicks to a new position of client services director and managing partner.
Update 2:50 a.m. 6/13: Evanston appears to have escaped significant damage from a wave of severe storms that swept through the Chicago area Wednesday evening.
Three first graders from Evanston's Kingsley Elementary School took second place in a national science competition held recently in Washington.
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