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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

Stairs to apartments are supported by scaffolding.

City sets May 13 move-out deadline for Wesley Avenue apartment tenants

April 11, 2024

Residents living at 2014, 2018 and 2024 Wesley Ave. are required to move out by May 13, city officials announced at a Tuesday meeting held with tenants and Evanston housing organizations.  In early...

PILOT programs allow nonprofit institutions that are exempt from paying property taxes to pay agreed-upon sums to the municipalities they operate in.

The Daily Explains: What is a Payment in Lieu of Tax — or PILOT — program?

February 23, 2024

At its next meeting Monday, City Council will decide whether to create a committee to explore the potential implementation of Payment in Lieu of Tax — or PILOT — programs in Evanston. PILOT programs...

The entrance to Ryan Field in front of a blue sky.

Evanston prepares for next chapter in Ryan Field rebuilding as accountability concerns linger

January 22, 2024

Evanston's controversy surrounding the rebuild of Ryan Field may be entering a new chapter, but the dust kicked up by the debate has yet to fully settle.  Plans for the new stadium received approval...

Cash on hand for Mayor Daniel Biss’ still-active campaign committee nearly doubled in late 2023, a newly filed report shows, though the mayor said he hasn’t yet decided whether to run for reelection.

Biss campaign fund nearly doubled after contentious November, report shows

January 22, 2024

Mayor Daniel Biss’ still-active campaign committee saw its funds nearly double late last year, the committee’s quarterly report shows, though Biss said he has not yet decided whether to run for reelection. The...

Sebastian Nalls looks away from the camera. He is wearing grey, yellow and a blue face mask.

Q&A: CABG President Sebastian Nalls talks Ryan Field, activism

January 14, 2024

Nearly three action-packed years have passed since Sebastian Nalls ran for Evanston mayor as a college student. Since then, residents unsuccessfully pushed for the city to nix Northwestern’s plan...

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