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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 Lorraine H. Morton Civic Center. A purple flower stands in the foreground in front of the red and white brick building.

City Council approves Krissie Harris as new 2nd Ward alderperson, passes half-million dollar cleaning plan

September 13, 2022

City Council approved a half-million dollar plan to hire a cleaning team for Evanston’s business districts at Monday’s meeting.  After approving the appointment of Ald. Krissie Harris (2nd), the...

An intersection with a stoplight and a “Davis Street” sign, with a white car approaching a crosswalk.

Downtown Evanston rebrands, aims to create a neighborhood feel

August 3, 2022

Pre-pandemic, downtown Evanston served as a hub for office workers looking for lunch and running errands. With COVID-19 leading to plummeting office occupancy, Annie Coakley, Downtown Evanston’s executive...

Downtown Evanston.

Community leaders anticipate Northlight Theatre’s return to Evanston after 25 years in Skokie

April 19, 2022

Evanston resident Laurice Bell shared her experience watching the play “Fireflies” at Northlight Theatre, a nonprofit theatre company currently located in Skokie, with City Council during an April...

A woman in costume acts out the story of Passover at JUF’s Young Families Program Passover celebration at Morton Arboretum. She sits on a blanket on the grass smiling at a little girl. The girl’s mom crouches next to her and speaks to her.

‘Darkness and hope and light’: Evanston, Chicago Jewish communities unite for Passover 2022

April 14, 2022

When Rabbi Ari Hart and his congregation at Skokie Valley Agudath Jacob synagogue began hearing news about Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine, Hart said he felt sending aid to refugees was not only...

A red diya sits in the center of the frame, surrounded by a ring of flowers and lights.

Former Berry Pike Cafe owner Bindu Reddy forms Evanston Association of India

March 1, 2022

When Bindu Reddy first moved to Evanston, she said there wasn’t a way for her to connect with other Indian members of the community. She would have to travel to neighboring suburbs to celebrate Indian...

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