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Farmers market opens at new location

The farmers market in Downtown Evansville opens for business Friday at a new location. The Indiana Farm Bureau is sponsoring the market, which in recent years has...

Disabled advocates seeking better access in Arts District

Advocates for the disabled are planning to picket businesses in Evansville’s Arts District Thursday evening. Gary May of the Evansville Disability Advocacy Group...

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Early childhood education, beyond the classroom

We’re taking a closer look at early childhood education and development and how it translates into continued success in a child’s life – and in how this affects the economy.  

 

An emotional City Council meeting Monday was followed by a day of phone calls to Evansville City Council President Connie Robinson on Tuesday. 

WNIN’s Cass Herrington talked with Robinson about the meeting and the Evansville Police Department. 

Listen to the interview here.

 

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