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New Staff at the Public Education Foundation, Inc.

The Public Education Foundation (PEF) of Evansville, Inc. has added two new part-time professional staff members to its office. Ann M. Ennis fills the newly created position of Fund Development Director and Megan Stillwell...

VANDERBURGH COUNTY FELONY CHARGES

  SPONSORED BY DEFENSE ATTORNEY IVAN ARNAEZ. DON'T GO TO COURT ALONE. CALL IVAN ARNAEZ @ 812-424-6671.     Below is a list of felony cases that were filed by the Vanderburgh County Prosecutor’s Office on Wednesday, January 15, 2014   Khiry Burton                     ...

EVSC Students Advance to State Business Competition

  Sixty-three high school students in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation advanced to the Indiana State Business Professionals of America (BPA) contest scheduled for March in Indianapolis after qualifying at the district contest this past...

Husband and Wife Arrested for Manufacturing Meth

Knox County – Indiana State Police arrested a husband and wife early this morning for manufacturing meth and several other drug offenses after arresting their son for an outstanding Knox County warrant. Shortly after midnight,...

Evansville Design Group Announces 2014 Non-Profit Design Program

  The Evansville Design Group announced today that they are accepting applications for the 2014 Design for Good program. Applications can be completed at www.evansvilledesign.org and must be submitted by Monday, February 3, 2014.   The Evansville...

PET OF THE WEEK

   Bookie is a handsome tan & white pitbull puppy! He is 8 months old and weighs about 50 lbs. Bookie came from a family who got him from a relative, but they were moving...

Local Attorney, Greg A. Granger Announces Candidacy for Warrick County Circuit Court Judge

  Newburgh resident and local attorney, Greg A. Granger has filed as a Republican candidate for Warrick County Circuit Court Judge. Warrick County’s Honorable Judge David Kelley will step down at the end of his...

Vanderburgh County Recent Booking Records

 SPONSORED BY DEFENSE ATTORNEY IVAN  ARNAEZ.  DON'T GO TO COURT ALONE. CALL IVAN ARNAEZ @ 812-424-6671.   BRANDON WESLEY LAMBERTRace: White / Sex: Male / Age: 22Residence: 113 W OREGON ST EVANSVILLE , INBooked: 1/16/2014 4:22:00...

Medical Tourism: Is It Worth The Trip?

By Roy M. Arnold, MD With the uncertain state of affairs of medical insurance, many may believe that there are bargains on medical treatment to be found abroad. While it is true that certain elective surgical...

YWCA Personally Speaking Series “Economic Development in Evansville “

Philip Hooper, Executive Director of the Department of Metropolitan Development, will be speaking on the topic of Economic Development in the City of Evansville, at the YWCA’s Personally Speaking Series on Friday, January 17, 2014 at Noon in the YWCA Parlor.   These are exciting times for our community with the new hotel development and the possibility of a medical school complex coming to our city. Mr. Hooper will discuss these developments and much more in addition to fielding questions from the attendees. Admission is $6.00. Philip R. Hooper is the Executive Director of the Department of Metropolitan Development for the City of Evansville, where he coaches a team that works every day to preserve historic assets, revitalize core urban areas, and administer the local connection to HUD's community development programs. Prior to moving to Evansville, Philip worked in the Department of Metropolitan Development for the City of Indianapolis where he managed the City’s response to Quality of Life Planning, TIF projects relating to the downtown canal and the Super Bowl Legacy Project on the city's Near Eastside, and the lease of the City’s parking meter assets resulting from a unique 30% revenue sharing agreement over 50 years.  A board member of the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana and the Koch Family Children's Museum of Evansville, Philip has been involved with issues of community, economy, and the built environment since his undergraduate focus in 2000.  Philip graduated from Wheaton College in 2002 with a B.A. in socio‐cultural anthropology and urban studies, and he lives with his wife, son, and daughter in the Riverside historic district. Now in its 23rd season, the YWCA’s Personally Speaking series continues to raise money for services to victims of domestic violence. Tickets to these noontime presentations are $6.00 and there is general seating. A complete listing of speakers may be found at www.ywcaevansville.org. The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.  The Evansville YWCA is a member of the YWCA of the U.S.A., the oldest and largest women's membership movement in the country. Over the years, YWCA programs have changed to meet the evolving needs of women and girls. In 1979, the YWCA opened the first domestic violence shelter in Evansville. Other current programs include a transition housing program for women in recovery, an emergency shelter for homeless women and children, the Live Y’ers after‐school and mentoring program for at‐risk girls in grades 3 through 12, and the Summer Fun day camp for school‐aged children. Special programs and events for the general public are also offered.  Visit www.ywcaevansville.org for more information. YWCA 24‐Hour Domestic Violence Hotline • 866‐367‐9922