The 4th of July is a little over two weeks away, and by the sounds in my neighborhood, some of my neighbors have decided to get an early start on the celebration. What they probably don't know is they're in violation of Evansville Municipal Code 9.10.020. They're not the only ones, which is why the Evansville Police Department tweeted a little reminder to residents on Thursday on when they can, an
Independence Day is perfect for outdoor family fun. It's also the one time of year when it’s seems to be okay to play with matches. Family fun and playing with matches may seem like an unlikely combo, but hey, so is America, right?
Indiana residents could find themselves stuck holding a substantial bill if fireworks damage their home.
That’s because state officials are reporting that many homeowners and renters insurance policies do not cover damaged sustained from fireworks that have been deemed “illegal” in their area.
Evansville firefighters will demonstrate the proper use of fireworks and copies of the local fireworks ordinance will be available at the Traveling City Hall meeting tonight, Wednesday, June 26, from 5:30pm-7pm at Howell General Baptist Church, 1520 Delmar Ave.