Articles in: Society and Politics

Jodi Keen
- 21 weeks 4 days ago
The 2022 Vanderburgh County primary election is next Tuesday, May 3, and will determine which primary race candidates will advance to the 2022...
Jodi Keen
- 23 weeks 6 days ago
Sanctions have become a 21st century response to attacks on democracy, but Russia’s Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine changed the game. Instead of...
Riley Guerzini
- 31 weeks 4 days ago
Each President’s Day, our country recognizes and honors the lives of the nation’s head of state. Though the third Monday in February...
Riley Guerzini
- 34 weeks 4 days ago
It’s the end of January, and you know what that means: Tax season is now officially upon us. This year’s filing season is likely to be...
Jodi Keen
- 44 weeks 3 days ago
At roughly 7 a.m. this Sunday, Nov. 21, several explosive charges will detonate, and the 18-story tower at 420 Main St. will crumble to the ground,...
Dallas Carter
- 49 weeks 4 days ago
In the September/October 2014 issue of Evansville Living, U.S. District Judge Richard Young talked about his landmark ruling in Baskin v. Bogan,...
Jodi Keen
- 1 year 2 weeks ago
On a crisp, clear September morning 20 years ago, four planes descended the sky and introduced terrorism to the American mainland. Aside from Japan...
Evansville Living Staff
- 1 year 2 weeks ago
Starting with its November/December 2001 issue, Evansville Living shared Tri-State residents' stories in a series called “From This Day Forward...
Dallas Carter
- 1 year 4 weeks ago
In the August/September issue of Evansville Business, we met Sal Lavallo, who in 2017 became one of the youngest people to visit all 193 established...
Riley Guerzini
- 1 year 26 weeks ago
One of Evansville’s own has been tapped to serve as head of the state’s elections and the third-highest ranking official in the Indiana...
Riley Guerzini
- 1 year 30 weeks ago
Each year, the Indiana General Assembly meets in session at the Statehouse in Indianapolis to decide on new laws for Indiana. These range from taxes...
Riley Guerzini
- 1 year 31 weeks ago
Historically, Indiana hasn’t been known to attract top political candidates, largely because our primary election date falls late in the race (...
Riley Guerzini
- 1 year 39 weeks ago
The 2021 Evansville city budget, similar to every city across the country, has taken a hit in a tough year where COVID-19 has decimated tax revenues...
Riley Guerzini
- 1 year 40 weeks ago
Every year, members of the Jewish congregation in Evansville gather inside the walls of Temple Adath B’nai Israel for the lighting of the...
Trista Lutgring
- 2 years 4 weeks ago
Recently, the city of Evansville has begun work on a Climate Action Plan (CAP), headed up by Indiana University Environmental Resilience Institute...
Contributors
- 2 years 9 weeks ago
It’s time to listen. Evansville Living has and always will be a platform to celebrate the good things about our city. Now, with the current...
Stan Schmitt
- 2 years 9 weeks ago
As Evansville copes with COVID-19, taking a look back more than 100 years ago, we can see the effects of the last pandemic on the city. Evansville...
Janay Sharp
- 2 years 13 weeks ago
It's time to listen. Evansville Living has and always will be a platform to celebrate the good things about our city, but right now the best use of...
Rita Prior
- 2 years 13 weeks ago
It's time to listen. Evansville Living has and always will be a platform to celebrate the good things about our city, but right now the best use of...
Courtney Johnson
- 2 years 14 weeks ago
It's time to listen. Evansville Living has and always will be a platform to celebrate the good things about our city, but right now the best use of...