One of the biggest gripes people from Evansville have is that there's nothing to do. As a native myself, I've certainly said that a time or ten. Maybe it's because we're too "inside the box." Meaning we can't step back and see what our city has to offer because we're too close. We're here …
Jason Sands, Executive Director of Evansville Sports Corp, along with the help of Mayor Lloyd Winnecke, announced on Monday the Ford Center will play host to the 2017 National Theater on Ice Competition June 21st through the 25th.
The annual event will help raise funds and awareness for those battling Mitochondrial disease, a potentially life-threatening condition that affects the cells ability to produce the required energy needed for the body to function properly.
Summer months may seem like a hopeful daydream with the recent dreary weather in the Evansville area, but the boys of summer are ready to play ball! The University of Evansville Purple Aces and University of Southern Indiana Screaming Eagles both are set to occupy the diamond today.
It's the holiday season, and that means a lot more time in the car. I don't know about you, but does it seem like all of the manhole covers are an inch or two below the surface of the pavement anymore?