The Daily Northwestern

Editorial: We must keep local officials accountable in response to Crosby’s violent arrest

The Daily Northwestern Editorial Board

January 30, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

As racial bias in policing roils cities across the country, it may be tempting for some to imagine Evanston as immune. Our city consistently brands itself as progressive and welcoming, and Northwestern students in particular may...

Sullivan: Pedestrians, cyclists and drivers must work together to ensure safety

Noelle Sullivan, Op-Ed Contributor, Assistant Professor of Instruction in Global Health Studies and Anthropology

January 24, 2017

Filed under Contributors, Opinion

I’m a year-long bike commuter with a 3.5-mile commute. According to a new Illinois state law that took effect Jan. 1, my bike has the same right-of-way as other vehicles so, legally, cars must change lanes to pass me. The law...

Less than 10 percent of Evanston voters cast ballot for Donald Trump

Ben Winck, Assistant City Editor

November 11, 2016

Filed under City, Local, National, Politics

Although the results of the presidential election stunned many, voting margins in Evanston were as expected for a predominantly-Democratic city. About 7 percent of Evanston residents voted for president-elect Donald Trump,...

Aggravated robbery turns into car chase from Evanston to Chicago

Ben Winck, Assistant City Editor

November 4, 2016

Filed under City, Crime

An attempted aggravated robbery on Monroe Street turned into a car chase and concluded with three teenagers arrested by Chicago police on Thursday. At about 4 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 1700 block of Monroe Street...

Zoba Noodle Bar closes after serving downtown Evanston for years

Ben Winck, Assistant City Editor

November 1, 2016

Filed under Business, City, Latest Stories

Zoba Noodle Bar permanently closed its doors Friday. The restaurant, located at 1565 Sherman Ave., specialized in Thai cuisine and noodle bowls, and was a frequent participant in Northwestern’s Big Bite Night. Downtow...

New food delivery service Eat Purely expands into Evanston

Ben Winck, Assistant City Editor

October 25, 2016

Filed under Business, City, Local

Chicago-based food delivery service Eat Purely expanded to serve Evanston earlier this month with its kitchen-to-door business model — and free delivery. Eat Purely was founded in March 2015 and now delivers to more than...