The $30 to $35 million restart of three smelting potlines at Alcoa's Warrick Operations is set to bring back several hundred jobs for laid-off employees.
A piece of Newburgh history might have been lost forever if Newburgh based historian Bill Bartlet had not found an old newspaper clipping in Indianapolis a few years ago detailing the trial of Andrew Huston, a Newburgh man accused of helping Confederate troops capture Newburgh on July 18, 18…
Thousands of shells shot into the sky, exploding into shimmering colors and mesmerizing shapes, before the ashes crashed softly into the Ohio River like soft raindrops during a slow summer storm.
The owners of the International Bazaar in Newburgh recently celebrated their one year anniversary of catering to the tri-state's many ethnic communities.
The town of Elberfeld recently received a $600,000 grant from the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs for the expansion to their wastewater treatment plant.
The University of Evansville’s 23rd president, Thomas A. Kazee, will step down on May 31, 2018, after an eight-year tenure at the institution. Since his inauguration in June 2010, Kazee has led UE as it has developed new programs, enhanced and expanded its physical facilities, and extended i…
The Boonville Parks Board made the next steps to the acquisition of Quail Crossing earlier this week.
Warrick County residents will have the chance to watch fireworks shows in Newburgh, Boonville and Lynnville this year.