Some Fifth Ward residents blasted a special Evanston Police Department report on shootings when it was presented at a community meeting Thursday night, saying the report was racially skewed and questioning why they were seeing the presentation after it had already been circulated among other wards less affected by the violence.
Sept. 19 5:04 p.m. |
Valli Produce has completed its purchase of Evanston Plaza at Dempster Street and Dodge Avenue, signaling a new era for the center. Valli plans to operate a 70,000-square-foot supermarket at the site.
Sept. 19 11:22 a.m. |
Evanston police are teaming up with the Drug Enforcement Administration for the ninth time in the past four years, allowing the public to turn in unwanted prescription drugs.
Sept. 18 1:14 p.m. |
A portion of the city’s lakefront path, closed for use because of construction activity on Northwestern University campus, will reopen in a few weeks; however, another portion won’t be ready until next year.
Sept. 18 8:43 a.m. |
Happy Birthday, Frances Willard!
Sept. 18 8:41 a.m. |
Evanston Township HIgh School cheerleaders waved pom poms and cheered guests as they entered. The Logan Heritage drummers and Ledge of Chaos, Stuart Rosenberg’s eclectic group, supplied the entertainment.
Sept. 17 11:05 a.m. |
Evanston firefighters spent a busy Tuesday responding to fire in a single-family home on the 1100 block of McDaniel Avenue, followed by another fire at an apartment complex on the 2200 block of Ridge Avenue, barely more than 30 minutes later.
Sept. 17 8:58 a.m. |
On the first day of school in District 65, students found their teachers all wearing the same T-shirt.
The following incidents were listed in the official reports of the Evanston Police Department.
Sept. 16 3:26 p.m. |
Pioneer Press Staff