TRI-STATE (WFIE) - As the Tri-State prepares to celebrate the end of the challenging year that was 2020, people are now looking forward to 2021.
Many across the Tri-State are hoping that with the new COVID-19 vaccines, the world might return to the way it was prior to the pandemic.
One local restaurant owner says he hopes the economy might get a boost. Another person hopes that he might be able to go to some concerts in 2021.
Someone traveling from out of town said he’s looking forward to graduating from college, and hopes to accomplish some huge life goals.
”2020 has been a hard year,” Cade Overbeek said. “I think the best way to rebound is to graduating, and getting out and getting my own money. Make my own money, and take more trips.”
“When they say ‘leave things in the past’ - this is what we mean by leaving things in the past,” Rami Jawabreh said. “Focus on 2021, because it’s a new year.”
14 News also spoke to Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke. He says he also looking forward to new developments in Evansville, like the Deaconess Aquatic Center and the penguin exhibit at Mesker Park Zoo.