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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

Nine individuals with their backs to the camera face a group of trees, many holding binoculars to their faces.

Canal Shores Golf Course encourages community to appreciate nature through weekly birdwatching walks

May 8, 2022

For Matt Rooney, vice president of the Canal Shores Board of Directors, weekly birdwatching walks allow the greater community to appreciate and make use of the public golf course’s ecology.  “We...

 Evanston drive-in at Autobarn Service Center. The weekly series brings people together while raising money for Rotary International.

Friday Night Flicks

November 20, 2020

On Friday nights, the parking lot of Evanston’s Autobarn Service Center gets a unique addition: a giant inflatable movie screen. Tucked away behind a shopping center off of West Howard Street, most...

Businessman Steve Hagerty speaks at a mayoral forum Thursday evening. Hagerty said he wants to stay the course if elected mayor.

Mayoral candidate Steve Hagerty aims to provide stability for Evanston

February 3, 2017

Steve Hagerty never dreamed of a career in emergency consulting. As a student, he had hoped to work in the public sector — city management or government accountability. But when he applied to 75 local...

Evanston art exhibit aims to change public perception of those living with disabilities

November 15, 2015

For Reveca Torres, using a wheelchair is not as much of a burden as people may think. Instead, Torres considers the wheelchair a tool for independence. “A lot of people think a wheelchair is limiting,...

Community members eat lunch at Mt. Everest Restaurant during the restaurant’s Nepal earthquake fundraising luncheon hosted with Hagerty Consulting. More than 200 people showed up and over $15,000 were raised for survivors of the earthquake.

Evanston businesses fundraise for Nepal earthquake survivors

April 30, 2015

Two Evanston businesses teamed up Thursday to raise money for the victims of the Nepal earthquake. Mt. Everest Restaurant, 630 Church St., and Hagerty Consulting, 1618 Orrington Ave., held a fundraiser...

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