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The Daily Northwestern

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


A man in a suit looks through his glasses and speaks into a microphone at the City Council dais.

City Council approves $2 million grant application to renovate Hilda’s Place, talks Evanston Dog Beach accessibility access

July 11, 2024

City Council approved the city’s plan to apply for a $2 million federal grant to renovate Hilda’s Place and discussed John Keno & Company, Inc‘s contract for Evanston Dog Beach ADA accessibility...

The expansion eligibility would include families with children who are entering third grade, which would make approximately 99 to 108 new families eligible.

City Council expands guaranteed income program, exempts athletic fields from leaf blower ordinance

July 10, 2024

City Council expanded eligibility for the guaranteed income program and approved an exemption for athletic fields to the leaf blower ordinance Monday night. City Council discussed amending Project 8092,...

The parade commenced at 11 a.m. Saturday on the intersection of Lee Street and Dodge Avenue.

Community awards, advocacy headline Evanston’s fifth annual Juneteenth parade

June 17, 2024

Filling Evanston’s streets with music, laughter and festivities, the city’s fifth annual Juneteenth parade drew hundreds of spectators and participants to honor the national holiday Saturday. Juneteenth,...

A fist in front of red, yellow and green poofs of color, all with a brown background with black scribbles.

Fifth annual Juneteenth celebration sees new additions to parade, festivities

May 23, 2024

When Kemone Hendricks started Evanston’s annual Juneteenth parade in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, celebrations included just a car parade and online events. Four years later, the founder and executive...

People gather around a stall set up by Open Communities.

Open Communities hosts inaugural ‘Walk/Roll the Redline’ event, raises awareness on local housing discrimination

April 28, 2024

Open Communities, an Evanston-based housing advocacy nonprofit, hosted its inaugural “Walk/Roll the Redline” fundraising event Saturday afternoon. The walk began at Twiggs Park and followed a route...

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