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The Peckish Pig got help from the city to finish its outdoor patio before it got too cool to enjoy it.
Foley earned a masters degree at Northwestern University in 2008 and taught at the Cook County Jail before terrorists took his life.
The city is conducting a survey to get public feedback.
The discussion will focus on the proposed Chicago Avenue-Sheridan Road bike lane and street improvement project.
Several residents spoke out against it.
Unused prescriptions and expired over-the-counter drugs will be accepted for disposal.
The indoor recreation facility comes before a city commission Wednesday.
Mayor Elizabeth Tisdahl will meet with residents during a town hall meeting Wednesday.
Ballots can be cast until July 15.
The City Council voted to cooperate with a state investigation instead.
Fines for riding a bike on sidewalks in certain areas are also going up.
The group that was running the Evanston animal shelter is not interested in meaningful talks about its $1.3 million in assets, the city manager says.
They may actually just be late bloomers, or they may really be sick.
The fire department chief told the City Council the levels are ‘negligible.’
A 22-year-old jumped to his death from the Sherman Plaza garage last fall.
Alderman discussed the issue this week and are bringing to the public next month.
The city council unanimously adopted the Evanston Livability Plan Monday night.
The City Council is taking up the question at its Monday meeting.
The proposal could cost the city up to $76 million and take away local control from the fire chief, the city says.
The money will go toward curb, gutter, sidewalk and drainage work around the city.