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Past articles by William:

Newburgh man receives Golden Hoosier Award

A Newburgh man is being rewarded for his volunteer efforts in the community. → Read More

New exhibit showcases work from artists impacted by homelessness

The exhibit is called the “Artistry Unhoused” and it showcases artwork from people that are homeless, formerly homeless and living in shelters. → Read More

Indiana lawmakers provide free meals to law enforcement

Three Indiana state representatives treated a group of first responders to a free meal on Thursday. → Read More

Mayor Winnecke proclaims August as ‘Child Support Awareness Month’

Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke says Thursday's proclamation is a way to raise awareness for the amount of money owed to Indiana parents in unpaid child support. → Read More

Nurses surprise 5-year-old dancer who missed recital due to hospital visit

Once the nurses heard the news, they quickly put together a stage so Ruby Miller could have her big day. → Read More

Evansville swimmers honored on Reitz Hill ahead of Olympic, Paralympic Games

On Friday, the Reitz swimming team painted the school’s signature “R” logo on Reitz Hill to recognize Evansville natives Lilly King and Mikaela Jenkins, who will be competing in Tokyo. → Read More

Mountain climber reflects on worldwide expeditions at Henderson meeting

At the Rotary Club of Henderson on Thursday, a guest speaker shared stories about the world’s biggest mountains. → Read More

Daviess County Clerk’s Office reporting delays in acquiring new passports

Daviess County Clerk Leslie McCarty says the process of getting a new passport can take up to 18 weeks. → Read More

Evansville couple celebrates 70th wedding anniversary

One couple celebrated a major milestone on Thursday at a local nursing home. → Read More

American Red Cross experiencing severe blood shortage

The American Red Cross in Evansville is running low on its blood supply and officials say they are in desperate need of donors. → Read More

Authorities: Minor injuries reported after car drives into building in downtown Henderson

According to Henderson County Dispatch, the incident happened near the intersection of Second Street and Green Street on Thursday evening. → Read More

Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra welcoming back live audiences next fall

Beginning in September, music lovers can once again see the Philharmonic from inside the Victory Theatre in Evansville. → Read More

Easterseals celebrates 25 years of annual LemonAide Stand Fundraiser

Guests enjoyed food, music, and of course, lemonade, along with a silent auction. → Read More

Memorial Day services held throughout Vanderburgh Co.

The Evansville community came to Oak Hill Cemetery to pay their respects on Memorial Day. → Read More

Evansville mayor hits the dance floor with local students

Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke hit the dance floor with Joshua Academy students on Thursday morning to celebrate National Dance Month. → Read More

Princeton Theatre officially reopens

The theatre had to cancel three of its four shows last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

City of Evansville approves study to highlight local violence

The Evansville Board of Public Works approved $380,000 for the study, which will be performed by the “National Network for Safer Communities.” → Read More

VHS looking for people to foster kittens

Kitten season is officially underway, and that means the Vanderburgh Humane Society is looking for foster families. → Read More

Evansville African American Museum raising awareness for sickle cell disease

The Evansville African American Museum received a donation that will be used to raise awareness for sickle cell disease. → Read More

HPD: Man kidnaps woman from Evansville home

A Henderson man is currently in jail after police say he kidnapped and assaulted a woman. → Read More