Community members gathered at Greater St. James Baptist Church to celebrate a new program called “Power Up.” This program is focused on solar energy and teaching people about how it can better the planet.
Superintendent Brad Schneider says these 29 students were identified as close contacts and will be quarantined for two weeks. This news comes after school officials reported that two students had tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) and the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet held a virtual town hall on reopening schools for state educators and other support staff on Thursday.
The Wyndmoor Retirement and Assisted Living Facility in Evansville is getting a lot of community attention after their activities director made a post on Facebook about wanting pen pals for their residents.
With the first day of school just around the corner, many parents are choosing to home school their children this year. This comes as several parents remain concerned as schools nationwide debate on how to safety reopen their classrooms with COVID-19 safety procedures.
Community members gathered at Bayard Park on Saturday afternoon to march against senseless killings throughout the city. The group chanted and held signs in order to get their message across, saying it’s time to take their neighborhood back.
The Vanderburgh County Health Department says they have confirmed a person with COVID-19 was at KC’s Marina Pointe for an extended period of time on Saturday, June 20. Health officials also report that an employee at Xcess Night Club has tested positive.