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John Martin

C&P Top News

Evansville, IN, United States

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  • Indianapolis Star
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Past articles by John:

After Omaha visit, Winnecke feels Evansville on right track

Evansville officials said in some ways, Omaha is a place Evansville aspires to be. → Read More

No coasting: Omaha's progress driven by forward-thinking, Evansville officials told

A Southwest Indiana Chamber delegation is taking a crash course this week in all things Omaha. → Read More

The Kennel Club Fine Dining of Evansville closes; no official explanation given

The Kennel Club of Evansville, a private dining club on Kratzville Road that dates to 1925, has closed. → Read More

Consultants: Vanderburgh's jail creates safety risk for staff, inmates

Challenges at the Vanderburgh County Detention Center don’t end with overcrowding woes. → Read More

John Hayden resigning from Evansville City Council, cites residence change

John Hayden will resign his seat on the Evansville City Council effective Friday. → Read More

City of Evansville to spend $16,500 on North Main Street food study

The city is spending $16,500 on a new study to determine a mixed-use development's potential on North Main Street. → Read More

B-17 visit, LST 325 tours, other Evansville events commemorate D-Day anniversary

Several local events are planned commemorating Thursday's 75th anniversary of D-Day. → Read More

Ex-Dapper Pig restaurant at Haynie's Corner in Evansville to take on new owner's name

The next restaurant arrival in Haynie's Corner Arts District will be known as Schymik's Kitchen. → Read More

Alice Cooper returning to Evansville later this year

Legendary rocker Alice Cooper is returning to Evansville later this year. → Read More

Naloxone/Narcan and quick action can turn back an overdose, officials say

Knowledge is power, and when combined with naloxone, it can also save a life. → Read More

Evansville Water & Sewer Utility billing falls behind, glitch cited

Technical glitches in recent days have interfered with Evansville Water & Sewer Utility billing. → Read More

Rotary Club names Ron and Connie Romain as Civic Award winners

Ron and Connie Romain are winners of the Rotary Club of Evansville's annual Civic Award for 2018. → Read More

It's official: UE selling WUEV frequency to contemporary Christian music network

The University of Evansville confirmed Friday it is selling campus radio frequency WUEV-91.5 FM. → Read More

Everybody in! Local public pools preparing to open for summer

Area public pools are about to open for the summer, and here is a rundown. → Read More

Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo to play Evansville show

Classic rocker Pat Benatar and her husband/guitarist Neil Giraldo will play a show July 7 at Victory Theatre. → Read More

Libertarian Bart Gadau files to challenge Mayor Winnecke in Nov. 5 election

Bart Gadau has filed to run in the Nov. 5 election for mayor as a Libertarian Party candidate. → Read More

Part of Walnut Street to become Bob Jones Way in honor of retiring Old National CEO

A stretch of Walnut Street is to be renamed Bob Jones Way, in honor of the retiring Old National Bank CEO. → Read More

Evansville Otters want to make 25th anniversary season at Bosse Field a special one

The Evansville Otters want to make their upcoming 25th anniversary season a special one → Read More

McDonald's considers remodel or rebuild of Lincoln Avenue store in Evansville

McDonald's officials are deciding whether to remodel or tear down one of their largest local stores. → Read More

Crossroads Christian Church announces new lead pastor

Phil Heller has been announced as the new lead pastor of Crossroads Christian Church. → Read More