A number of city facilities in Evanston will be closed over the Memorial Day weekend, and waste and recycling collections will be affected next week.
Evanston's Economic Development Committee voted Wednesday night to support requests from five neighborhood business district groups for financial help from the city.
Alderman Don Wilson, 4th Ward, holds a meeting with ward residents at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 22, at the McGaw YMCA, 1000 Grove St. in Evanston.
Plans for a new sign at Evanston's lakefront lagoon to honor the family who's donated $500,000 to renovate it came in for sharp criticism at Tuesday's Preservation Commission meeting.
The Transportation and Parking Committee will tackle the charged issue of how to charge for on-street parking in Evanston's business districts Wednesday night.
Evanston aldermen Monday night sliced the size of a budget increase from $6.6 million to $4.4 million by dropping a planned loan to the Piven Theatre Workshop for Noyes Center renovations.
City Manager Wally Bobkiewicz plans to ask the newly re-elected Evanston City Council tonight to start giving him some direction about what issues the city should focus on during their four year te
Evanston aldermen tonight will be asked to approve $6.6 million in additions to this year's city budget -- including a $2.2 million loan to the Piven Theatre Workshop for Noyes Center renovatio
The Evanston Public Library plans to work with an initiative funded by the Gates Foundation to assess how well it is using technology to serve the community.
A bill that would permit Evanston voters to decide whether to abolish Evanston Township has passed both houses of the legislature in Springfield.
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