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Polio, once a global monster, is now a cornered rat, lashing out in hopes of repopulating.
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Some summer camps in the Ridgeville Park District in south Evanston were in lockdown for a short time Monday after a man with a gun frightened a citizen who took shelter in the district's Community House.
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The following is from the City of Evanston: The City of Evanston invites local youth ages 21 and younger to submit their locally-made, short films to be screened as opening trailers during the 2014 Starlight Movies in the Park series.
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Evanston police arrested a Mount Prospect teen, who is a convicted felon, for being in possession of a loaded gun Friday afternoon, according to police.
Jamal M. Dumas, 18 of the 1600 block of Cottonwood Drive in Mount Prospect, was already on parole for previously possessing a firearm as a felon when Evanston police approached him and a group of people near the Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center in Evanston at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, according to a news release.
At the Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center in Skokie, the mission is "Solid Support When You Need It Most."
Evanston police arrested a Chicago man Thursday evening after they said an officer found a loaded handgun, body armor and a facemask in the car he was driving.
We've put together a guide of wine bars, wineries and wine shops that offer everything from tastings to classes to help wine lovers survive in the suburbs.
With violence raging in the Middle East, local Jewish and Muslim leaders joined together in a show of solidarity in Evanston's Fountain Square earlier this week, lamenting the loss of life and expressing hope and prayers for peace.
Aldermen have backed away from a proposal, for now, that would have placed control of employees in the City Clerk's Office under the auspices of the city manager after an alderman raised concerns about the move.
In total, $40,000 was divided amongst the recipients, which is more than $2,000 greater than last year's total scholarship amount.
Admission is $10. For information, call 905-1500, ext. 100 or visit https://musicinst.wufoo.com/forms/2014-music- Why not, declares Daniel Wallenberg, who has been conducting the Music Institute of Chicago Chorale for 27 years.
Indeed it is. The book centers around a set of twins - state Sen. Paul Giannis and his brother Cass, a recently released ex-con who served 25 years for the murder of his girlfriend.
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