The Daily Northwestern

Blotter: Wallet stolen from middle school

Clare Proctor, Assistant City Editor

January 10, 2019

Filed under City, Crime, Latest Stories

A 30-year-old female resident of Chicago reported her brown Fossil wallet stolen between 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and 8 a.m. Wednesday. The woman told the Evanston Police Department she last saw her wallet at Chute Middle School,...

Two D65 teachers nominated for teaching award

Ryan Wangman, Assistant City Editor

February 16, 2017

Filed under City, Education

Two Chute Middle School teachers were recently chosen as finalists for the Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching. The Evanston/Skokie School District 65 teachers, Cindy Adler and Shannon Dickinson, were among 33 Illinois...

Two District 65 schools receive iPads through national learning program

Annie Bruce, Reporter

November 9, 2014

Filed under City, Education

A national learning program provided two schools in Evanston/Skokie School District 65 with iPads at the end of October as part of an initiative to give students and teachers opportunities to extend learning through the use of...

Police Blotter: Nov. 3

Marissa Mizroch, Reporter

November 2, 2014

Filed under City, Crime

Man arrested in connection with public urination outside middle school Police arrested an Evanston man in connection with urinating outside of a middle school, police said. Officers arrested the 47-year-old man in the...

Police Blotter: Oct. 22

Paige Leskin, City Editor

October 21, 2014

Filed under City, Crime

Two attempt to rob cab driver Two people tried to rob a cab driver Thursday night, police said. The 30-year-old cab driver picked up a man near the intersection of Milwaukee Avenue and Lawrence Avenue in Chicago, Evanston p...

Y.O.U. hosts talk on pilot school model

Hal Jin, Reporter

October 15, 2014

Filed under City, Education

Youth Organizations Umbrella, a local youth development agency, hosted a discussion Tuesday on its pilot program of the "community school" model, which aims to engage Evanston and Skokie parents in their students' school communiti...