Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

A newsstand located under a CTA Station in downtown Evanston. City Council voted Monday to remove all newsstands to improve sidewalk accessibility.

City Council votes to remove city-owned newsrack enclosures

Avani Kalra, Assistant City Editor January 10, 2022

City Council voted Monday night to remove all remaining city-owned newsrack enclosures to reduce clutter in pedestrian areas.  To display publications in public spaces, vendors will now have to obtain...

The Lorraine H. Morton Civic Center. The sign outside is brown, and snow is covering the ground.

City manager candidates field questions, address residents in virtual town hall

Lily Carey, Reporter January 10, 2022

City manager candidates Daniel Ramos and Michael Jasso addressed more than 150 Evanston residents Sunday at a virtual town hall, answering questions from the public and describing their professional experience. After...

Deputy City Manager Kimberly Richardson stands and motions her hands while speaking at a public meeting in 2017.

Third-party intermediary to disperse first reparations funds

Alex Harrison, Senior Staffer January 10, 2022

Evanston’s Reparations Committee approved nonprofit group Community Partners for Affordable Housing to distribute funds to the first 16 recipients of the Restorative Housing Program at a Thursday meeting. Under...

A white and red calendar on a teal background. The calendar has the number “9” and the letters “SUN” written in black.

The Week Ahead: What’s coming up in Evanston the week of Jan. 9

Aviva Bechky, Assistant City Editor January 9, 2022

What’s happening in Evanston this week? Here are some events — informative, useful and entertaining — coming up soon. Blue Monday with Ivy Ford Jan. 10. Doors open at 7 p.m. Show begins at...

A green infographic about enrolling in health insurance. It highlights three resources: widget.getcoveredamerica.org for finding local help, the helpline 1-800-318-2596 and www.healthcare.gov/see-plans/ for estimating prices. A drawing of a calendar sits above text which reads, “Unless you have a qualifying event later in the year, you must sign up by Jan. 15 to be covered by Affordable Care Act insurance during 2022.” In the center, the infographic notes 5 steps for signing up for insurance under ACA: figure out if you’re eligible, choose your healthcare priorities, gather documents to apply, see subsidies you’re eligible for and decide on a plan.

The deadline to register for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is Jan. 15. Here’s what to know before signing up.

Aviva Bechky, Assistant City Editor January 7, 2022

The open enrollment deadline for the Affordable Care Act is Jan. 15. To sign up for health insurance under the ACA — the cheapest way to get health insurance for many — you must register by Jan. 15....

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