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Evansville, Indiana has been a filming site for several movies and television episodes. In the 1992 movie A League of Their Own, the game scenes were filmed at the Bosse Field in Evansville. Notable residents have included producer Matt Williams (The Cosby Show, Home Improvement, Roseanne), actor Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia), actor Ron Glass (Barney Miller, Firefly), country musician Jace Everett (True Blood's theme "Bad Things"), and keyboard player Neal Doughty (REO Speedwagon).

Population: 121582
Local Newspapers: Evansville Courier and Press Boonville Standard Henderson Gleaner Messenger-Inquirer Union County Advocate
Local Sports Teams: Evansville Otters (FPB) Evansville IceMen (AAHL) Ohio River Bearcats (GMFL)
Local Colleges: University of Evansville University of Southern Indiana

Zip Codes associated with evansville, indiana: 47708 47710 47711 47712 47713 47714 47715 47720 47725
Towns/Cities near evansville, indiana : Boonville Newburgh Mt Vernon Princeton Eagle Crossing Wadesville Henderson KY

Evansville News
Pastor at Hillsong NYC Returns to Ocean City Tabernacle

Todd Crews, currently on the Pastoral Team at Hillsong NYC and prior leader of Brooklyn Tabernacle's Young Adult Ministry, will be joining us for our Traditional Service at 8:30 a.m. and our Contemporary Service at 10:30 a.m. this Aug. 27, 2017. Todd, a graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University in communications and Christian leadership, lead one of the largest young adult ministries in America at the Brooklyn Tabernacle in NYC for nearly ten years as an associate pastor.

INDOT Asks Motorists To Prepare For Solar Eclipse Wednesday, August 16

Indiana Department of Transportation officials urge motorists to plan for traffic congestion expected to occur in southern Indiana before and after the total solar eclipse on August 21. Approximately 200 million people live within a day's drive of the total eclipse path. Many will be on the road to get a closer view.

U of Southern Indiana President Bennett announces retirement

The university announced Tuesday that Linda Bennett will retire next June 30 after nine years as president and 15 in total with the public, Evansville-based school. Bennett says she will turn 65 in December and it's a good time to think about "the next chapter" of her life.

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Law firms merged at a record pace during the first half of 2017, with the year on track to record 104 law firm acquisitions-13 more than the next busiest year ever tallied by Altman Weil Inc.'s MergerLine. The merger boom is fueled by small, independent firms in second-tier markets.

Walmart Apologizes For Back-To-School Gun Display

Walmart officials apologized Thursday after a photo surfaced on social media depicting a back-to-school display inside one of the corporation's stores that was filled with guns. The photo began making the rounds on social media Wednesday morning.

Ordinance to reduce trash accumulation passed after City Council vote

The Council voted 6-3, in favor of the measure that would require local business owners to keep their property free of litter, as well as require them to provide trash receptacles at the most convenient location possible. Councilwoman Michelle Mercer believes a cleaner Evansville could lead to more economic development in the area.

Evansville man sentenced to 20 years on child molestation charges

In March, the Department of Child Services and Evansville police responded to a report of a sensitive incident involving a child. The child described several inappropriate sexual acts made by Gandy Jr. At the time of his arrest, Gandy Jr. admitted to being addicted to synthetic marijuana and told the interviewing officer that the drug caused him to not be himself, but maintained that he did not molest the boy.

City advances "Build in Evansville" proposalMonday, August 14Mayor...

He's spent the past several months talking with developers and builders. A new ordinance will be introduced at Monday's City Council meeting.

EPD Citizen's Academy Fall session is coming up! S'up with Debra Miller

The Evansville Police Department would like to invite the citizens of our community to attend our ten-week Citizen's Academy Fall session. Well over a thousand citizens have attended this program since its inception over twenty years ago.

Evansville Psychologist Sentenced To 18-Months Probation For Falsifying Report

An Evansville psychologist accused of falsifying a mental health evaluation and causing a mistrial in an arson case, has been ordered to surrender his professional licenses. Eighty-four-year-old Albert Fink was also sentenced this week to 18 months probation after pleading guilty to Obstruction of Justice in Gibson County.

What You Need to Know About Evansville's Heavy Trash Pick-up

Evansville Water & Sewer Utility's Heavy Trash Pick-up will begin today, and is scheduled to run through Friday, October 20. This semi-annual curbside service is available to Evansville residents who pay for trash service with their water bill, including newly-annexed areas. To help keep crews on schedule and prevent heavy trash from sitting out on the curb longer than necessary, the number of days allocated for collection in each specific area has been determined based on the volume of heavy trash set out in the past and the number of days required to collect it.

University News a " August 14

Rachel Davis, Columbus, recently received a $2,000 scholarship from National Catholic Society of Foresters, a fraternal life insurance society. Headquartered in Mount Prospect, Illinois, the organization is a member-based fraternal organization established in 1891 to reach out and help Catholics in communities through the United States.

Henry Cook Mansion being restored in Evansville

"I have been told by a lot of people that it couldn't be done, so I'll do it and we will see," Henry Cook Mansion owner Lucas Neuffer said. For about a year, Neuffer has spent time trying to keep the historic Henry Cook Mansion from being demolished.

Indiana cities hold vigils after violence ina

Indiana cities big and small hold vigils after violence in Charlottesville Hoosiers came out to their respective cities to stand in solidarity after a weekend of violence in Charlottesville, Va. Check out this story on jconline.com: http://indy.st/2w2dMLa Members of the crowed hold signs during the Sit-in Vigil in Solidarity with Charlottesville held on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis on Sunday, August 13, 2017.

Tri-Staters Come Together for "Rally for Love"

It's no doubt what happened in Charlottesville had an impact on Tri-Staters as hundreds gathered at the University of Evansville for a Rally for Love. The protests in Charlottesville might have happened more than 600 miles away, but the event hit home for a lot of Tri-Staters.

1st annual dream museum car show takes place

Every street around the third street parking garage in Evansville was blocked off on Sunday but for a good cause. "It's camaraderie every person here has something in common, and we're all benefiting for a great cause," said Jason Ailstock, curator of Dream Car Museum.

Walmart says photo showing back to school gun display was a prank...

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