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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

The exterior of the Robert Crown Community Center, a large stone building with glass windows on the first floor.

In Focus: Nearly two years after its reopening, residents remain divided on the Robert Crown Community Center’s impact

November 22, 2021

Tucked into the bottom left corner of Evanston’s 4th Ward, a looming stone building with towering windows sprawls across 130,000 square feet. Behind its sliding glass doors, visitors can find two ice...

A hand holds a phone playing a video of a lock. The title Locked Out appears in white against a green background.

In Focus: A mom wanted to know whether police pointed guns toward her kids. EPD kept the footage locked away.

July 4, 2021

Anya Tanyavutti was in her dining room preparing for dinner when her children told her they watched police officers pull their guns out in front of a playground. Her three kids, ages 1, 4 and 6 at the...

Alderman Donald Wilson sits at a City Council meeting. He looks toward the audience as he begins to speak into the black microphone.

Northwestern to pay $1 million to city for use of Robert Crown

April 27, 2021

Northwestern will pay $1 million in exchange for the University's use of the Robert Crown Community Center, an agreement City Council voted to approve Monday. The agreement, which will last until 2026,...

A screenshot of a Zoom meeting. 4th Ward aldermanic candidate Jonathan Nieuwsma, in the top center of the screen, talks while Ald. Donald Wilson, candidate Diane Goldring and League of Women’s Voters moderator Lali Watt appear to listen. LWV Timer logo in top left of screen.

Nieuwsma, Goldring projected to advance in 4th Ward aldermanic race

February 24, 2021

Jonathan Nieuwsma and Diane Goldring are projected to top the field in the 4th Ward aldermanic primary race Tuesday night, according to unofficial results from the Cook County Clerk’s office. The two...

The Evanston Water Plant, 555 Lincoln St. The City Council discussed making replacing lead water pipes more affordable after only 7 percent of applicable residents took advantage of the program.

City looks to provide economic support to homeowners replacing lead water pipes

February 9, 2021

As part of a nationwide project to move away from lead piping, aldermen discussed ways to increase affordability for homeowners looking to replace their lead water service pipes. After the 2014 Flint...

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