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  • 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.

  • Evanston raises age of legal tobacco purchase

    On October 27, an ordinance was passed outlawing the sale of tobacco products within the Evanston city limits to those under the age of 21.

  • Evanston the excitement capital of Illinois, study finds

    While most people might assume Chicago to be the most exciting city in the state, according to real estate website Movoto, Evanston is the place to which people should flock if they are looking for excitement.