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The article, which posted in the December issue at http://www.thegraveyardrabbit.com, traces the history of Oak Hill Cemetery from its rural Victorian beginning in 1853, through the 19th and 20th centuries.
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The Musketeers clinched a 63-60 win after sophomore guard D.J. Balentine's game-tying 3-pointer bounced off the rim.
DENNY SIMMONS/Courier Press Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Deputy Mark Harrison reads with youngsters Kentavious Burton, left, and Zachary Engel during a visit Tuesday to the Ark Crisis Child Care Center in Evansville as part of the "Christmas with the Kids" program.
The nation is vying for $344 million in Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing. Because so much cash is at stake, the Hoosier Lottery is celebrating by giving away hundreds of tickets throughout the state, including Evansville.
Over the last few years, West Side businesses along Franklin Street have evolved into a vibrant, litter-free and attractive, corridor of locally owned, mom-and-pop retail establishments.
Stay up to date with news and information no matter where you are. Download the Courier & Press mobile app for iOS and Android According to a news release from the Evansville Police Department, Dvonte Harris, 18, of Evansville, was found by police with a backpack that contained electronics, money and other items around 4 a.m. Monday near the 2300 ... (more)
Joining dozens of other Indiana universities, mayors and businesses, the University of Evansville president and faculty senate voiced their opposition Monday to a proposed amendment to the state constitution banning same-sex marriage, civil unions and domestic partnerships.
A flatbed truck flips off I-164 after the driver says slush made him lose control of the vehicle and slide into a ditch.
The president of the University of Evansville voicing his opposition to efforts to put a gay marriage ban in Indiana's constitution.
A new, full-service public affairs company, Rideout Public Affairs LLC, has opened in Newburgh, headed by Sally Rideout, a former state legislator and experienced business and community leader.
Officials from an Evansville-based developer allege the Mayor's Office is playing political hardball and punishing them for not giving the Administration a piece of downtown property for the potential IU Medical School project.
Artist works on a tattoo of a Japanese koi on his wife. Ordinances to regulate tattoo parlors and to authorize the issuance of sewage bonds will go before the Evansville City Council on Monday, Dec. 9, but it's a nonbinding resolution that might draw the most interest.
Keith Moorhead, of Evansville, removes snow from the Civic Center's "Back 40" parking lot.
Heading into the University of Evansville women's basketball game Wednesday against Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne, freshman guard Dakota Weatherford knew her number would be called multiple times on defense.
JASON CLARK / COURIER & PRESS The Evansville IceMen's office and merchandise manager, Jennifer Clary, of Henderson, Ky., shovels snow outside of the team's office, 530 Main St. on Saturday.