Youth job fair to be biggest ever

Sophia Bollag, City Editor

April 15, 2014
Filed under City, Latest Stories, Local

The city’s youth employment program will attempt to help a record number of young Evanston residents find summer employment at its annual job fair this weekend, organizers say. The Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Program hopes... Read more »

Evanston moves forward with Main Street transportation project

Ciara McCarthy, Managing Editor

April 13, 2014
Filed under City, Local

City officials got a first look Wednesday at a report on a potential upgrade to the public transportation stations near the intersection of Main Street and Chicago Avenue. In 2013, Evanston and the Regional Transportation Authority... Read more »

City to complete addition of new parking meters by end of May

Bailey Williams, Assistant City Editor

April 13, 2014
Filed under Business, City, Local

Evanston will soon complete the installation of nearly 1,700 new parking meters across the city, officials say. The city has already installed 1,585 of the new meters and expects to install the rest by the end of May, city... Read more »

Chicago resident sues Evanston over traffic stops

Ciara McCarthy, Managing Editor

April 11, 2014
Filed under City, Crime, Local

A Chicago man is suing Evanston and several of its police officers, alleging that the officers stopped his car without cause twice while he was driving through Evanston. Chicago resident Richard Jackson filed the Illinois... Read more »