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City approves changes to food truck regulations

Nora Shelly, Assistant City Editor

June 14, 2016

Filed under Business, City, Local

City Council approved changes to Evanston’s mobile food vendor ordinance Monday night, which would allow vendors to open food trucks in the city without having a brick-and-mortar restaurant location in Evanston. The previous...

Evanston re-files lawsuit after finding nonhazardous materials matching coal tar in water lines

Rishika Dugyala, Assistant City Editor

June 9, 2016

Filed under Business, City, Latest Stories, Local

The city re-filed a lawsuit against two companies last Tuesday regarding nonhazardous materials found inside and around south Evanston water lines. The initial lawsuit claimed the companies were responsible for high levels...

After two defaults, some city officials seek more structure in loan process

David Fishman, Reporter

May 22, 2016

Filed under Business, City, Latest Stories

In the midst of two recently defaulted loans from local businesses, some Evanston officials want to create a more transparent and concrete loan process over the next year. “There isn’t a clear understanding from people...

Owner of Lao Sze Chuan chain pleads guilty to fraud, money laundering charges

Robin Opsahl, City Editor

May 16, 2016

Filed under Business, City, Crime, Latest Stories, Local

Tony Hu, the owner of Evanston’s Lao Sze Chuan, pleaded guilty to charges of money laundering and wire fraud charges in federal court Monday. Hu, a famous chef in the Chicago area, reached a plea deal with prosecutors to...

Evanston doctor loses medical license after buying $1 million of imported cancer medicine

Robin Opsahl, City Editor

May 11, 2016

Filed under Business, City, Crime, Latest Stories, Local

An Evanston doctor agreed to relinquish her medical license to settle charges by state officials after allegedly buying and dispensing $1 million worth of non-approved imported cancer drugs to her patients, The Associated Press ...