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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

A group of people holding blue signs for religious organizations gather outside a church.

‘The urgency of now’: Faith leaders, residents raise awareness for winter shelter, remember MLK’s legacy

January 16, 2023

On May 19, 1963, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. preached to Evanston residents at First United Methodist Church about each person’s role in creating a strong community.  “We cannot all be doctors...

Snow globe next to a “Danger!” sign and containing a snowy downtown Chicago.

Weather relief programs, shelters open during the winter

January 10, 2023

Evanston’s weather relief programs and local centers are ready to help housing insecure Evanston residents. The Daily made a list of the resources and necessities available for this winter. Interfaith...

A yard sign from Connections for the Homeless that shows a person holding a baby and reads “LOVE DON’T PAY THE RENT.” There is a large pale building in the background.

“This virus isn’t going to go away” — Evanston organizations rush to assist the city’s vulnerable homeless population

March 30, 2020

As Illinois residents shelter in place and businesses close their doors, the city’s homeless population is left particularly vulnerable to the threat of COVID-19. In response, some Evanston organizations...

Blotter: Four bottles of liquor stolen from Jewel-Osco in south Evanston

January 21, 2018

A man stole $150 worth of liquor from the Jewel-Osco in south Evanston early Friday morning, police said. A security guard observed the suspect take four bottles of liquor from the store — located...

A crowd of around 200 Evanston residents and faith community members met at Fountain Square on Sunday afternoon. The event was organized to show solidarity with those in the city feeling marginalized after the recent presidential election.

Evanston leaders, faith community hold post-election unity rally

November 21, 2016

Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl said at a rally on Sunday that she hopes Evanston will seek to alter its code to ensure federal authorities cannot ask the city to hold people they are looking to deport. Tisdahl...

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