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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

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The Daily Explains: What is Evanston’s “Brothel Law”?

October 18, 2021

How many roommates would you want to live with in your first apartment? To upperclassmen living off-campus who juggle rent, compatibility and square footage, that’s a common social and financial question....

Ortiz: Make a city to last a century — starting with affordable housing

April 22, 2021

To Daniel Biss & The Evanston City Council, Daniel Biss — my mom and I jointly congratulate you on becoming the next mayor of Evanston. I like you because you pushed a progressive income tax and...

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City Council will see four new aldermen in May, election results show

April 20, 2021

Final election results confirm that City Council will have four new aldermen sitting on the dais this May. Newcomers Clare Kelly, Jonathan Nieuwsma, Bobby Burns and Devon Reid will all fill seats in the...

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Proposal to replace Board of Ethics headed to City Council from Rules Committee

April 20, 2021

City Council is slated to vote on a proposal to eliminate Evanston’s current Board of Ethics on April 26.  Currently, the Board of Ethics, which reports to the Rules Committee, serves as the accountability...

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Council approves $90,000 settlement in class-action lawsuit against Chief Cook

April 14, 2021

City Council approved a $90,000 settlement Monday to end a class-action lawsuit filed against Evanston Police Department chief Demitrous Cook after he publicly posted multiple residents’ private information...

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