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Evanston is located along Lake Michigan, directly north of Chicago. Several notable people have lived in Evanston, including Jeremy Piven (Entourage, Smokin' Aces), John Cusak (High Fidelity, Say Anything), director Steve Pink (High Fidelity), William Peterson ("Grissom" of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), Michael Madsen (Kill Bill, Reservoir Dogs), writer Jeffrey Lieber (co-creator of Lost), Charlton Heston (Ben-Hur, Planet of the Apes, Julius Caesar), Marlon Brando (The Godfather, A Streetcar Named Desire), and Joan Cusak (Working Girl, Friends with Money).

Population: 74239
Local Newspapers: Evanston Review Evanston Round Table
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Wolves (IHL) Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox (MLB)
Local Colleges: Northwestern University

Zip Codes associated with evanston, illinois: 60201 60202 60203
Towns/Cities near evanston, illinois : Skokie Lincolnwood Rogers Park Kenilworth Wilmette Winnetka Morton Grove

Evanston News
Loyola University fraternity suspended, investigated for hazing

A fraternity at Loyola University has been suspended as the school investigates the organization for hazing, making it the second local chapter of the fraternity to be shut down this month. Sigma Alpha Epsilon has been ordered to temporarily stop operations after administrators received "credible information alleging that the chapter is engaged in hazing activity," Loyola spokeswoman Kristen Trehearne Lane said Thursday.

Chemist Nathan Gianneschi to Join Northwestern

Chemist Nathan C. Gianneschi, whose interdisciplinary research has the potential to make a significant impact in human health, will join the Northwestern University faculty, effective July 1, the University announced today. Gianneschi, a Northwestern alumnus, has developed new methods for creating nanomaterials that can sense and respond to biological signals.

Paczki day specials from 30 Chicago restaurants and bakeries

When it comes to the pre-lenten pastry, Chicago-area paczki fans prefer fruit and chocolate. And they will eat a lot of it this year.

Prudential may hit Wells Fargo for account scandal costs-filing

Prudential Financial Inc, the target of probes and lawsuits related to whether Wells Fargo & Co retail bankers improperly sold its insurance, may press the bank to cover costs it has run up because of the flap, according to a filing. A Wells Fargo branch is seen in the Chicago suburb of Evanston, Illinois, U.S. on February 10, 2015.

Prue Donoghue Schroeder

She left behind her husband of 49 years, Gerald Schroeder of St. Charles Ill.; son Michael, Sugar Grove, Ill.; daughter Meehan Murphy, Fayetteville, Ga.; grandsons Sean Patrick Murphy, and Ryan Christopher Murphy, Fayetteville, Ga. She was preceded in death by her father Leonard Anson Donoghue, and her mother, Julia Kelley Donoghue, sisters Deirdre Ann Donoghue and Molly Donoghue.

Cook Co. Clerk says voting local helps improve quality of life

A rain-filled pothole is the image for Cook County Clerk David Orr's "Get Vocal Vote Local" campaign that hopes to raise voter participation in the upcoming April 4 consolidated election. If you're disappointed in local politicians, "Grab a clipboard, get some signatures, and run for office yourself," said former President Barack Obama during his final presidential address at McCormick Place Jan. 19. All politics is local, they say, but few voters participate in local elections.

Rabbis vs. anonymous Internet posts

The digital age has brought with it many opportunities to expand Jewish learning through online courses, remote study sessions, and access to religious experts. However, the Internet's anonymity has also posed a problem, particularly for Modern Orthodox rabbis, who are being bombarded with tens of thousands of questions about sex the Talmudic giants never had to contemplate.

Mayoral candidates square off in suburban election primaries

Aurora mayor candidates, left to right, Rick Guzman, Richard Irvin and Michael Saville, at a forum this week at the Eola Community Center. The other candidate for mayor, Linda Chapa LaVia, was not able to attend because of another commitment.

Skokie police: Jewelry, money taken in Skokie home break-in

The following incidents were listed in the official reports of the Skokie Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest by police does not constitute a finding of guilt; only a court of law can make that determination.

Why You Need to Put Yourself First

Claire Zulkey wonders when she'll ever get used to the idea that she has two boys. She is the author of two books for young people, An Off Year and Best Frenemies.

Northwestern's fraternity system faces crisis amid sexual assault reports

From its very first fraternity - which had to shut down during the Civil War - Northwestern University 's Greek system has been a pillar of campus life for virtually all of the school's 166-year history. And its presence still looms large on the Evanston campus.

Durbin, Duckworth Introduce Bill To Scrap Trump's Deportation Order

U.S. senators Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth co-sponsored a bill on Thursday along with 20 other senators that seeks to revoke President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration enforcement and deportations, along with another component of Trump's order meant to withhold federal dollars for sanctuary cities. The bill seeks to nullify Trump's executive action on Interior Enforcement, which gives Department of Homeland Security personnel broad parameters for enforcement priorities.

Illinois Football: Micah Jones Announces Commitment Date and Time

Last night the Illinois football team received some exciting news as Micah Jones announced a date and time for his commitment. Jones is a 6-foot-5, 200-pound, wide receiver out of Gurnee, Illinois.

Restaurant openings: Second Graeter's coming, Growling Rabbit re-opens

Popular Ohio ice-cream-maker Graeter's is making another move in Chicagoland with plans to open in Winnetka on March 3, making it the second shop here. "It's a great site," said Chip Graeter, the company's chief of retail operations.

Home design trends for 2017: from velvet sofas to bright green walls, this is what's hot right now

Best yet, you can pick just one or two ideas to give your space some modern style - no need for a complete overhaul. When Pantone named greenery its colour of the year for 2017, it suddenly started appearing on walls, floor, furniture and more.

Northwestern University students tell of sexual assault experiences...

Survivors of sexual assault and their supporters march at Northwestern University in Evanston, on Feb. 10, 2017, making demands on the university following allegations of use of a date-rape drug at a fraternity on campus. Survivors of sexual assault and their supporters march at Northwestern University in Evanston, on Feb. 10, 2017, making demands on the university following allegations of use of a date-rape drug at a fraternity on campus.

Demonstrators March at NU Amid Sex Assault Investigation

Northwestern University sent out a security alert Monday night after receiving reports of possible sexual assaults on campus that involve the use of a date rape drug. Natalie Martinez reports.

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