Naf Naf Grill won the backing of Evanston aldermen this week for the Naperville-based chain's plan to open a sandwich shop in the former Border's bookstore space at 1629 Orrington Ave.
A long-time Evanston bar -- The Keg -- reportedly closed for good over the weekend after its operator was unable to reach agreement with the building's owner on renewing the lease.
The Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program’s annual Job Fair will be held on two Saturdays this year...on April 20 and 27.
Evanston's jobless rate jumped in February to its highest level in 17 months.
Evanston Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl cut the ribbon Thursday to officially launch the city’s newest bike shop, Wheel & Sprocket, located at 1027 Davis St.
Fifteen new businesses have opened in downtown Evanston since last fall, employing a total of 112 full-time and 67 part-time workers.
The general public and media are invited to join Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl, Downtown Evanston Board of Directors and staff to celebrate the opening of Solay Wellness at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 11.
Aaron Pelletier, Medical Director of Microsurgery at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Zion, Illinois, speaks April 7th on “My Job as a Plastic Surgeon.” In this latest in ou
Comcast today announced that it's expanding its $9.95 per month "internet essentials" program to serve more low-income families.
Evanston's supermarkets will soon face a new competitor -- Mariano's Fresh Market -- just across the border in Skokie.
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