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In the News (Sat 17 Aug 19)

  Evanston Now | Evanston's online newspaper
Evanston police say tonight the Northwestern student found dead in his dorm room around noon on Tuesday had participated in an alcohol drinking party in the dorm the night before.
A 19-year-old Evanston man is scheduled to appear in Skokie District Court Wednesday on charges stemming from a weekend shooting incident on a west side street.
Evanston police say a sting operation they conducted this month showed that only two of 44 businesses tested sold cigarettes to testers who were under 18 years of age.
www.evanstonnow.com   (591 words)

  Evanston, Illinois - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Evanston (formerly Ridgeville, Illinois) is a city on Lake Michigan in Cook County, Illinois directly north of Chicago, east of Skokie, and south of Wilmette.
Evanston has a council-manager system of government and is divided into nine wards, each of which is represented by an Alderman, or member of the Evanston City Council.
All of Evanston (and part of the village of Skokie) is within the boundaries of Evanston Township High School District 202.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Evanston,_Illinois   (1523 words)

 Evanston, Illinois
Evanston is recognized as a suburb of Chicago and was established in 1836.
Evanston had a thriving economy and a significant population increase shortly after the end of the Civil War.
Evanston experienced a huge growth in the number of apartments in the area in the early stages of the twentieth century due to the availability of rapid transit which was provided by the "Chicago Loop." The population grew by an estimated 70 percent between 1920 and 1930.
www.citytowninfo.com /places/illinois/evanston   (719 words)

 RoundTable of Evanston Illinois || Sports   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In recognition of the Evanston chapter of the American Youth Soccer Organization's having received the highest national honor as "AYSO Region of the Year", Mayor Lorraine Morton proclaimed the week of April 13, the beginning of the 2003 Spring season, to be Evanston AYSO.
Evanston AYSO is a community organization run entirely by volunteers, and affiliated with the City of Evanston Division of Recreation.
This year, for example, the Evanston AYSO High School Boys' Team was recognized with a special award because team members together brought the principles of Evanston AYSO to life.
www.evanstonroundtable.com /rt2003/Roundtable042303/sports.html   (1139 words)

 Evanston, Illinois Real Estate Agents on NorthShoreInsider.com
Evanston, IL is Chicago’s first suburb to the north and is a great place to live for people who want the feel of a small town without giving up all the advantages of living in a major metropolitan area.
Evanston is more heavily populated than a lot of the other North Shore communities, with an estimated 75, 236 residents as of 2005.
Evanston real estate agents will be able to show potential homeowners the ins, out, and attributes of their new hometown.
www.northshoreinsider.com /evanston/real-estate-agents.html   (745 words)

 Evanston Illinois Profile and Resource Guide, City or community of Evanston, Illinois Facts, Information, Relocation, ...
The population of Evanston is approximately 74,239 (2000).
The distance from Evanston to Washington DC is 624 miles.
Evanston is positioned 42.04 degrees north of the equator and 87.69 degrees west of the prime meridian.
www.usacitiesonline.com /ilcountyevanston.htm   (558 words)

 Evanston Illinois Real Estate and Homes For Sale
The city of Evanston was first settled in 1836, and after being chosen as the home for Northwestern University, the city was incorporated in 1863, and named after University founder John Evans.
Today, Evanston is dynamic and vibrant community, with an eclectic mix of residents and a staunch refusal to be overshadowed by Chicago.
Evanston is also the birthplace of tinkertoys, automobile racing, and (allegedly) the ice cream sundae, as well as such notables as actors Charlton Heston, John and Joan Cusack, and current Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.
www.greatchicagorealestate.com /Comm_Evanston_North_Shore.htm   (423 words)

 Evanston Illinois personal injury lawyers, referrals and guidance.
Findgreatlawyers.com is run by Illinois lawyers and allows you to speak to an Illinois attorney for free.
Findgreatlawyers.com is a free service, run by Illinois lawyers, to find an attorney or obtain guidance for any Illinois legal matter, including Illinois car accident cases.
All of the Evanston personal injury attorneys that we know handle their Illinois car accident cases on a contingency basis.
www.findgreatlawyers.com /Areas/CarAccident/4ReportOnAccident.htm   (769 words)

 Evanston, Illinois Real Estate
Evanston’s real estate is currently leaning in the buyer’s market, and the price trend per home is falling.
Evanston’s homes are located near 7 direct train stops into Chicago, and 3 Amtrak stations nearby.
The value of the land in Evanston is only going to go up, with the steady influx of families buying or constructing homes, along with the increase of students attending the educational facilities to draw the already ticking business boom, Evanston is the place to be.
www.northshoreinsider.com /evanston/real-estate.html   (590 words)

 Evanston Real Estate of houses and Homes For Sale in Cook County, Illinois
Evanston, one of the cities that make up Chicago’s famous North Shore area, is located just 13 miles north of downtown Chicago.
Pioneers first settled in Evanston in 1836, when the original residents, the Potawatami Indians, were forced to cede their land to the US government.
Condos and townhouses in Evanston are plentiful and sale prices start in the low $200,000’s for older homes in mature communities and range up to more than $900,000 for large units in high-rises.
www.evanston-realestate.com   (570 words)

 Evanston-Foreclosures Illinois   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Evanston Rotary Club "BEARLY SPRING GOLF FLING" was held Saturday March 19th 2005 at the Purple Sage Golf Course in...
Brown, Kaplan and Liss LLP is an Evanston based accounting firm with a national clientele, many of which started as...
Evanston can be extremely proud of its Police Department's efforts to create a new style of policing.
www.foreclosure-illinois-us.info /evanston.html   (524 words)

 Evanston, Illinois (IL) Detailed Profile - relocation, real estate, travel, jobs, hospitals, schools, crime, news, sex ...
Back to Evanston, IL housing info, Cook County, Illinois, IL smaller cities, IL small cities, All Cities.
The ratio of number of residents in Evanston to the number of sex offenders is 5016 to 1.
Evanston, Illinois business and economic data: stores, dealers, real estate agents, wholesalers, restaurants...
www.city-data.com /city/Evanston-Illinois.html   (2545 words)

 City of Evanston - About Evanston - Main Page
Home to Northwestern University, Evanston has a variety of excellent higher educational opportunities, as well as a successful public school system.
Getting to Evanston and getting around once you are here is easy with a multitude of public and private transportation options.
Read more about Evanston online in the book: "This is Evanston: A Guide to History, Government, Education, and Community Resources" provided by The League of Women Voters.
www.cityofevanston.org /about/index.shtml   (124 words)

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Local residents and members of the Evanston Coalition for Responsible Development attended the regular Planning and Development Committee meeting to express their concerns and opposition to the project.
The Daily Northwestern reported that the citizen group was well prepared to present their side of the argument and had an ample supply of printed material to back up their concerns.
Evanston Place, located on 1715 Chicago Avenue, is one of the larger apartment complexes in the community.
www.evanstoninsider.com   (792 words)

 Evanston Real Estate Agents, Evanston Homes For Sale, REALTORS and Evanston
Evanston is well known for having an excellent school district, a vibrant downtown shopping district, quiet tree-lined streets and popular sandy beaches on Lake Michigan.
Evanston also features many cultural and educational attractions, including internationally known Northwestern University.
Evanston is a popular place to live, with easy access to downtown Chicago via two train lines and bus, and Chicago's O'Hare International Airport is only 45 minutes away.
www.homegain.com /local_real_estate/IL/evanston.html   (621 words)

 BORDC: Resolution Details - Evanston, Illinois
That the City of Evanston, while opposing terrorism, insists that efforts to end terrorism not be waged at the expense of fundamental rights and civil liberties.
That the City of Evanston opposes those measures that single out individuals for legal scrutiny or enforcement activity based solely on their country of origin, religion, ethnicity or immigration status.
That the City Clerk is hereby directed to communicate this Resolution to all City Departments and employees, Illinois Congregational Delegation, to all Human/Community Relations Commissions in the State of Illinois, the Governor and Attorney General of Illinois, the Illinois State Police, the United States Attorney General, and the President of the United States.
www.bordc.org /detail.php?id=191   (522 words)

 Neurology in Evanston, Illinois (IL), Neurologist
Evanston, Illinois is home to 19 practicing neurologists who have offices in 1 county and 2 zip codes, including zip codes 60201 and 60202.
According to 2005 Census estimates, Evanston has a population of 75,236, which gives it a specialist to resident ratio of 1 neurologist for every 3,959 residents.
Illinois has hundreds of museums, numerous yearly art and ethnic festivals, a lakeshore bordering Lake Michigan, and the many national forests and parks that offers visitors camping, horseback riding, biking, kayaking, and fishing.
www.healthgrades.com /local-doctors-directory/by-specialty/neurology/illinois-il/evanston-neurologists   (465 words)

 Evanston Illinois Real Estate, Real Estate In Evanston Illinois at Winthrop Club
It all begins with a central Downtown Evanston Illinois location, gorgeous condominiums featuring only the finest finishes, and an array of resort-style amenities.
Evanston Illinois is also well known for its excellent schools, both private and public.
The prestige of an address in the heart of downtown Evanston Illinois, the comfort of a truly elite highrise, and a sense of community that evolves naturally among those who share the experience.
www.evanstonillinoisrealestate.net   (184 words)

 Evanston Illinois Real Estate
Evanston, Illinois is located in Cook County 11 miles from Downtown Chicago, 30 minutes from the Chicago Loop by car, 40 minutes from the O'Hare airport, and 60 minutes from Midway.
Incorporated in 1863, Evanston became known as the 'City of Homes', a tribute to its diverse and unique architectural styles.
Two miles of Evanston's shoreline are incorporated into beaches and parks.
www1.relocate-america.com /states/IL/cities/evanston.htm   (395 words)

 Jeffrey P. Smith, Attorney, Evanston, Illinois
The contest moved to the Evanston City Council, which in fall, 2005 declined to hear the case, with a majority of the members recusing themselves.
It is worth noting the federal Court's observation that the Complaint's theory, with respect to its §1983 claim, was "implausible," and that Plaintiffs failed to provide "any basis" for believing that Northwestern or Wollin may be considered state actors.
Click this link to download a copy of the motion to dismiss before the City of Evanston, which summarizes the case.
home.mindspring.com /~lawjeff   (449 words)

Evanston Public Library Information Server, is an on-line service guide for residents, visitors, and virtual travelers to many of the amenities, services, and recreations provided both at the Library and in and around Evanston, Illinois.
The Chicago History Center is a privately endowed, independent institution devoted to collecting, interpreting, and presenting the rich multicultural history of Chicago and Illinois, as well as selected areas of American history, to the public through exhibitions, programs, research collections, and publications.
Illinois State History Center"was founded in 1899 to support the Illinois State Historical Library and to encourage research and writing on subjects of Illinois history.
www.evanstonhistorical.org /links.html   (914 words)

 Naomi Cohen Foundation, Evanston Illinois || Links   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago is approved as a continuing education sponsor by the State of Illinois for Licensed/Clinical Professional Counselors, Licensed/Clinical Social Workers and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists; and by the Illinois State Board of Education for teachers seeking units toward maintaining certification.
The mission of CNE is to ensure that every Evanston child, regardless of family income, has access to high quality care and early education and arrives at kindergarten ready to learn.
Our programs are based on a core belief that young people will grow into healthy, creative, compassionate adults by having opportunities to explore new talents, skills and ideas; being assured of their physical and emotional safety; and being in relationships with caring, trusted adults.
www.naomicohenfoundation.org /links.html   (2826 words)

 Evanston Apartments: Find an Apartment for Rent in Evanston, Illinois on ApartmentSearch.com
Evanston, with its population of just under 75,000, is an affluent "North Shore" suburb of Chicago.
Evanston is an extremely attractive and desirable place to live for work-weary professionals in downtown Chicago.
Evanston is known for it's wide streets bordered by oak trees, beautiful parks and views of Lake Michigan.
www.apartmentsearch.com /apartments/Illinois/Evanston   (301 words)

 Evanston, Illinois IL, city profile (Cook County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Evanston is a city in Cook County, in the Chicago metro area.
Evanston is the largest of Chicago's northern suburbs.
Evanston, in homage to the Methodists who founded Northwestern, did not permit the sale of alcohol until 1972.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=6124   (724 words)

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