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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

Lake Michigan pictured at sunset.

Evanston residents speak out in solidarity with lakefront employees alleging sexual misconduct

July 27, 2021

Dozens of Evanston residents spoke in support of the 56 female lifeguards and beach workers who signed a petition alleging sexual misconduct and assault by supervisors and coworkers at Evanston lakefronts...

The front of the Harley Clarke Mansion.

City Council votes to move forward with Artists Book House’s plan for Harley Clarke Mansion

March 9, 2021

After extensive delays and community-wide conflict, the years-long debate about the future of the Harley Clarke Mansion appears to be headed toward resolution after City Council voted Monday to accept...

City manager Erika Storlie. City Council voted Monday to commit to increasing the reserve fund to 16.66 percent of expenses.

Erika Storlie was nominated to be Evanston’s next city manager. Some residents aren’t happy.

October 16, 2020

Evanston City Council announced Tuesday it had selected Erika Storlie as its finalist to fill its open city manager role, amid public opposition from many residents to the possibility of her appointment.  Storlie,...

Recruitment firm GovHR USa held a second public meeting Tuesday after Evanston residents called for more transparency and involvement in the city manager selection process.

In second city manager recruitment meeting, residents talk environmental concerns, public accountability

July 7, 2020

Evanston residents shared necessary qualities for their next city manager during a Tuesday discussion, the second of two meetings meant to gather citizen input throughout the recruitment process. The...

In Focus: How the Harley Clarke Mansion became Evanston’s most hotly contested issue

In Focus: How the Harley Clarke Mansion became Evanston’s most hotly contested issue

May 20, 2019

Former 3rd Ward alderman Emily Guthrie could not believe what she saw on Election Day last November. Unlike many in the country, she wasn’t focused on the results of congressional races, but rather the...

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