Update 11:45 p.m.: YMCA leader Bill Geiger led the pack in the ETHS school board race, there'll be no changes on the City Council and Gary Gaspard is the new Evanston Township supervisor.
The City of Evanston, noting that April is pothole season, released details Tuesday of its procedure for dealing with potholes.
Illinois would sharply limit police use of unmanned aircraft, or drones, under a bill sponsored by State Sen. Daniel Biss.
Evanston's new electric supplier will provide an energy-saving air conditioning solution to one city-owned building.
Polls in Evanston are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. today to let voters choose from among eight candidates for four seats on the Evanston Township High School board.
Attorneys for several Illinois towns are suing online travel sites claiming they should pay hotel taxes on the spread between the bulk rate they pay hotels and what consumers pay to book the rooms through the services.
Roadway improvement work on Central Street between Cowper Avenue and Central Park Avenue is set to begin April 15.
This week's edition of 'The Reporters' looks at next week's election in Evanston, the closing of a controversial bar and the hiring of a new basketball coach at Northwestern.
A new survey from the Pew Research Center says that for the first time in more than four decades of polling on the issue, a majority of Americans favor legalizing he use of marijuana.
State workers and retirees crowded a meeting room at the Civic Center Thursday evening to object to plans to trim their pensions to deal with the state's budget crisis.
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