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  • Court the Cure raises $18,000 for cancer research

    Court the Cure, an annual fundraiser hosted by the North Shore Womens Platform Tennis League (NSWPTL), took place on September 24.

  • Date set for Evanstons day of compassion

    The United Way in Evanston is asking community members to step up and make the upcoming Day of Caring a success.

  • Syd Rocks Fundraiser date set

    The Giving Foundation, which raises funds and awareness for Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis, will be hosting its annual fundraiser here in Evanston next month.

  • Celebrity librarian taking position at Evanston Library

    The Evanston Public Library (EPL) has announced that it has hired Elizabeth Betsy Bird to be its Collection Development Manager.

  • Golden Apple gifted to local educator

    Several school teachers were presented with Golden Apple Awards last month in the Chicagoland area, and a teacher at Evanstons own Orrington Elementary School was among them.

  • Evanston Chamber gets political over breakfast

    The date and list of speakers for the legislative breakfast, held every year by the Evanston Chamber of Commerce, has been released.

  • Talking trash in Evanston

    Twice a year, Evanston provides up to six cubic yards of free bulk trash pickup up, and it has recently been announced when those pickup are scheduled to take place.

  • Downtown Evanston gets thumbs up from review website

    Evanstons downtown area has been judged as one of the best in the U.S. by Livability.com, a site that reports on the unique qualities of cities, often in the form of top 10 lists.

  • New water reservoir on Evanstons horizon

    The recent release of a long awaited water reservoir study clears the way for the constructions of a completely new water reservoir to replace the largest of the citys clearwells.

  • Evanston bike initiative wheeled out

    In partnership with the City of Chicago, Evanston will be participating in the Divvy Bike Share program this month. A community meeting will be held to inform and receive input.