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Northwestern University draws a diverse population to the North Shore suburb. Read more about Evanston, IL
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  • Six cases of West Nile confirmed in Cook County

    Six cases of West Nile confirmed in Cook County
    The number of reported cases of humans with West Nile Virus in Illinois increased over the past week from two to six, and all instances were found in Cook County, officials said today. The Illinois Department of Public Health updates its records of human...
  • Glenview woman killed in Skokie wreck

    Glenview woman killed in Skokie wreck
    A 75-year-old Glenview woman was killed in a two-car collision today in Skokie.   Maya Rekhtman, 75, of the 1100 block of Castillian Court in Glenview, was pronounced dead at 10:18 a.m. at Saint Francis Hospital in Evanston, according to the Cook County...
  • Nersa "Nena" Alvarez Maceo Mitchell

    Nersa "Nena" Alvarez Maceo Mitchell
    Nersa "Nena" Alvarez Maceo Mitchell passed away peacefully on June 17, 2013 at the age of 83. She was born on November 20, 1929 in Puerto Padre, Cuba. She leaves behind her beloved family including husband Joseph Mitchell and 5 children: Thomas, Joseph...
  • Man charged with trying to sell stolen car on Craigslist

    Man charged with trying to sell stolen car on Craigslist
    An Evanston man was ordered held in lieu of $100,000 bail Sunday after he allegedly sold a stolen car, stole it back from the buyer and then tried to sell it again to undercover police officers, all in the space of a few days. Eddie Simmons, 22, also...
  • Buckwheat Zydeco beats cancer, announces tour

    Buckwheat Zydeco beats cancer, announces tour
    An Alligator Records Press Release today announced that Grammy Award-winning singer and accordionist Stanley "Buckwheat" Dural, Jr., leader of Buckwheat Zydeco, has been declared cancer free by his doctors. Last January, Buckwheat announced he was being...
  • Products that prevent summer brain drain

    Products that prevent summer brain drain
    For kids, summer means three months off from reading, writing and arithmetic. But during that break, growing minds can lose educational skills acquired during the school year, according to the National Summer Learning Association. “When you’...
  • Corrie Wallace, helps immigrants with education

     Corrie Wallace, helps immigrants with education
    Corrie Wallace has helped immigrant parents — from the Philippines, Mexico, Malawi, Russia, Poland, Pakistan and elsewhere — navigate the sometimes puzzling American public school system, giving them tools, as she says, to "help parents help...
  • Thinking outside the classroom

    To keep pace in a changing world, Chicago's graduate business schools are beefing up their MBA course offerings with more technology, student participation and global exposure. Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management has opened the door...
  • Winter storm: Snow tapers off here, Northeast braces for blizzard

    Winter storm: Snow tapers off here, Northeast braces for blizzard
    A winter storm dumped almost 9 inches of heavy, wet snow in some far northern suburbs before tapering off Thursday evening. A winter storm warning was set to expire at midnight for Lake and McHenry counties, with Cook, DuPage and DeKalb counties under a...
  • DuPage levels new charges against man accused of salon heists

    DuPage levels new charges against man accused of salon heists
    The Evanston culinary student implicated in several beauty salon robberies in and around Chicago has been charged in four additional holdups in DuPage County, prosecutors said Friday. Jason Logsdon, 41, has been held without bail in Cook County since...
  • Evanston coin dealer gets probation for stolen goods

    Evanston coin dealer gets probation for stolen goods
    An Evanston rare coin dealer has pleaded guilty to buying thousands of dollars worth of purportedly stolen coins, jewelry, watches and other valuables from undercover police officers posing as burglars, according to court records.   James Coello, 47, of...