The Daily Northwestern

Vaccination clinics are cancelled due to late shipment of vaccines

November 14, 2009

The City of Evanston cancelled its second round of public swine flu vaccination clinics scheduled for Nov. 14 and Nov. 15, according to the city's Web site. The H1N1 clinics were cancelled because the city had not received a second vaccine shipment from the Illinois Department of Public Health. The city rece...

Teen bands battle in concert

Dan Hill

November 14, 2009

Six of Evanston's top teenage musical acts bared their young souls on stage Sunday night.The performers fought for the title at the second annual Evanston Teen Battle of the Bands, held at the Society for the Preservation of Art and Culture in Evanston, 1245 Chicago Ave.Before a packed performance hall...

Blotter: Trespassing at Sargent, vomit-covered student

Katie Park

November 14, 2009

Two men arrested for trespassing at SargentTwo Northwestern employees trespassed outside Sargent Hall at 2:45 a.m. Saturday and peered into a window on the third floor, police said.A student told police she saw two men in their 30s looking into a room on the third floor of Sargent Hall, 2245 Sherida...

Art show to display work of homeless

Dan Hill

November 13, 2009

Chicago's Second Unitarian Church will host a free art showcase with a twist tonight.Attendees will take in displays of music, visual arts and storytelling. All of the artists performing will be homeless youth.For the fifth year in a row, the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless will provide disadvantaged yo...

Evanston tries to sink water, pipe difficulties

Chris Kirk

November 11, 2009

Evanston officials are trying to claim as much federal money as they can to replace leaky pipes beneath the city, authorities said."We're getting water out of Lake Michigan, making it drinkable, sending it through these pipes and leaking it all over everywhere, which is environmentally rather unsound,"...