The Daily Northwestern

Blotter: Burglary reported in west Evanston

Julia Esparza, Assistant City Editor

March 5, 2018

Filed under City, Crime, Latest Stories

Officers found a cash register missing from a gas station after its window was broken by a brick in west Evanston on Monday morning. A patrol officer observed a broken window at the Road Ready in the 2400 block of Dempster...

Blotter: Man charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver

Julia Esparza, Assistant City Editor

January 31, 2018

Filed under City, Crime, Latest Stories, Police

Police recovered about 205 grams of marijuana when they pulled over a car for violating traffic laws Tuesday. At 3:25 p.m. police pulled over a man driving in the 1400 block of Noyes Street for disobeying a stop sign. When...

New independent coffee shop Brue Coffee aims to be community center

Tori Latham, City Editor

May 19, 2015

Filed under Business, City, Latest Stories, Local

A new independent coffee shop has plans to open in Evanston and serve as a gathering place for the community. Brue Coffee will replace the Starbucks at 2438 Main St. in the Main Street Commons Shopping Center. Wilmette resident...

Youth Job Center to partner with new organizations for community job fair

Billy Kobin, Reporter

April 30, 2015

Filed under Business, City, Local

An annual Evanston job fair will be held Thursday in partnership with other organizations for the first time, allowing it to become larger than before. The Youth Job Center is partnering with the city, Mt. Moriah Lodge #28...

Dispute at Starbucks ends with man in hospital

Tori Latham, City Editor

April 23, 2015

Filed under City, Crime, Local

Two Evanston residents got into a dispute Thursday at a local Starbucks that escalated into a physical confrontation, police said. At about 7:35 a.m., two men — a 61-year-old and 66-year-old — got into a verbal argument...

Basu: How Starbucks can more practically address racial issues

Pia Basu, Columnist

April 1, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinion

After facing almost universal backlash over its “Race Together” campaign, Starbucks has scaled back its efforts to foster common understanding and address racial tension in this country. The initiative began when Starbucks’...

Best Access to Technology: Norbucks

Paige Leskin, Reporter

February 27, 2015

Filed under Best of Evanston

As a college student, Wi-Fi is your best friend. Fighting over outlets — though not ideal — is something you're more than willing to do. And having a TV to watch that big game, or just to watch something to procrastinate,...

Top 10 all-purpose Valentine’s Day activities

Hayley Glatter, Arts and Entertainment Editor

February 11, 2015

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Whether you’re riding solo, in a relationship or caught in the unfortunate state of not knowing whether that guy you hooked up with a few times and study with in the library is your valentine, you need something to do on Saturday...

Evanston to bring together police, residents for ‘Coffee with a Cop’

Tori Latham, Assistant City Editor

January 19, 2015

Filed under City, Local

Evanston’s 6th Ward will host “Coffee with a Cop” Tuesday, allowing residents to chat with officers from the Evanston Police Department in a casual setting. The city is participating in the national program, which...