A CAMSE Kit comes equipped with a weighted animal, stickers, stacking blocks, and a fidget toy among other things. These tools can help deputies keep children with sensory challenges calm while working a scene.
Without the food booths and the appetites of the capacity crowds walking up and down Franklin Street, non-profit organizations like St. Joseph and West Side Catholic Churches might feel some of the negative financial effects.
The 2020 Early Childcare and Early Learning Survey, released Thursday from the Welborn Baptist Foundation, shows the percentage of families who need childcare in Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties is greater than the overall state average.
Before the Muhlenberg County Mustangs played host to the Owensboro Red Devils on Thursday night, those in attendance participated in a moment of silence to honor Muhlenberg County Sheriff Ricki Allen, who passed away earlier this week at the age of 52.
Officials finally got the opportunity to celebrate the latest improvements to the building, including a shaded patio area, branding of the trail, a second restroom, as well as additional parking, which doubles the availability for trail users.
The Southwest Indiana Chamber is a non-profit in a state that includes a total membership of nearly 1,400 businesses and agencies. Many of those organizations were on display at the Ford Center on Friday night.
The Evansville Board of Public Works approved contracts for annual grant block funding on Thursday afternoon. These grants come from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to help urban areas improve housing and expand economic opportunities.
Friends, family and co-workers came together on Saturday for a silent auction and cornhole tournament fundraiser to support Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Cutrell, who was recently diagnosed with metastatic lung and brain cancer.
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.
The Korn Ferry Tour Championship brought in more than 26,000 people over the course of the week last year. However, this year’s tournament is only limited to those directly involved in competition and support staff due to the COVID-19 pandemic.