Articles in: Business and Industry

Dallas Carter
- 19 weeks 3 days ago
On April 29, 2022, President Joe Biden released a proclamation renewing the country’s commitment to National Foster Care Month, which takes...
Riley Guerzini
- 23 weeks 5 days ago
The Forge on Main, a mixed-use housing development on Evansville’s North Main Street Corridor, is nearing completion, providing much-needed...
Dallas Carter
- 23 weeks 6 days ago
From Miami to California, organizations across the country are wearing custom shirts, pants, hoodies, and more printed right here in the River City...
Riley Guerzini and Dallas Carter
- 23 weeks 6 days ago
The land at the entrance of Garvin Park in the Jacobsville neighborhood has long been a sports hub in Evansville. Home to Bosse Field and Evansville...
Dallas Carter and Riley Guerzini
- 32 weeks 6 days ago
What do a transfer box on your car, the mold for your new retainer, and a desktop pencil holder have in common? They are all products that can be...
Riley Guerzini
- 33 weeks 2 days ago
 If you’ve seen Miller’s Barbecue and Catering’s massive red mobile smokehouse out in the city, you probably smelled the...
Edited by Dallas Carter
- 33 weeks 2 days ago
Diana Holland “Retirement to me means freedom to do whatever I want, whenever I want, for as long as I want. I’m “time rich....
Riley Guerzini
- 33 weeks 3 days ago
Generational relationships have defined Brinker’s Jewelers’ business strategy since 1972, and the fine jewelry company hopes that...
Dallas Carter
- 33 weeks 3 days ago
At the northern tip of Green River Road, about a mile from where it meets Petersburg Road, a car detailing service shop is fueled by the drive of a...
Dallas Carter
- 33 weeks 3 days ago
Roger Beckley says the first part of homes destroyed by tornados are the windows, allowing wind to enter and wreak havoc. It’s a familiar...
Jodi Keen
- 33 weeks 3 days ago
Scott Anderson could be considered a Renaissance man. A computer science program coordinator and instructor at the University of Southern Indiana and...
Evansville Living Staff
- 37 weeks 2 days ago
 On a drizzling November morning, Evansville bid adieu to its tallest skyscraper and 50 years of memories. Rendered obsolete by changing...
Jodi Keen
- 38 weeks 3 days ago
The thick cloud of dust emerging from the imploded Old National Bank tower on Nov. 21 slowly rolled across Downtown Evansville, spreading block by...
Dallas Carter
- 41 weeks 4 days ago
The industrial building at 2250 S. Green St., Unit B, Henderson, Kentucky, doesn’t stand out from the road, but several exterior signs lead the...
Riley Guerzini
- 42 weeks 2 days ago
 The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed many aspects of our lives, but home delivery stands above the rest as perhaps the most accelerated change...
Dallas Carter
- 42 weeks 5 days ago
Loud and proud, fans cheer for the University of Southern Indiana’s volleyball and basketball teams from the 4,800 seats in the 90,000-square-...
Jodi Keen
- 42 weeks 5 days ago
When a MetroNet business sign was installed on the Courier & Press newspaper building at 300 E. Walnut St. last year, some River City residents...
Riley Guerzini
- 42 weeks 5 days ago
 If you build it, they will come. That phrase largely has rung true in Warrick County, where the revitalization of its three main parks has led...
Riley Guerzini
- 42 weeks 5 days ago
Education: Bachelor’s degree in history and sociology and master’s degree in liberal studies from the University of Southern Indiana...
Dallas Carter
- 42 weeks 5 days ago
What is being built at 217-219 Main St. between Rogers Academy of Hair Design and Shing-Lee Chinese Restaurant? Construction by Evansville-based...