Mayor Lloyd Winnecke will welcome the start of the holiday season with the lighting of the Official City of Evansville Christmas Tree in front of the Civic Center on this Friday, November 18, at 5:15pm.
Mayor Lloyd Winnecke was recognized for his work in the advancement of human and civil rights in the Evansville area on Monday as the recipient of the Indiana Consortium of State and Local Human Rights Agencies' Lugar/Bayh Award.
After weeks of speculation and input from several members of the community, Mayor Lloyd Winnecke announced the finalized plan for a celebration to honor Evansville native and Olympic gold medalist, Lilly King, during a press conference Tuesday morning at Bosse Field.
In what feels like an episode of The Twilight Zone, the real mayor who was parodied by the fake mayor sends his condolences to the family of the anonymous man behind the Fake Lloyd Winnecke Twitter account after his wife announced his passing on Thursday after battling a long-term illness.
Mayor Lloyd Winnecke held a press conference Monday afternoon to announce the City had come to an agreement with the North Carolina-based Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) that will keep hockey at the Ford Center for the foreseeable future.
The question of "are they or aren't they" when it comes to the Evansville IceMen moving to Owensboro finally gets an answer after both the city of Owensboro and the team announced a contract has been signed that will put the team inside the Sportscenter in time for the 2016-17…
Hours after a press conference that involved both Owensboro Mayor Ron Payne, and Evansville IceMen owner Ron Geary stating the team would be relocating to the Owensboro Sportcenter, the team posts a message on Facebook that seems to call that announcement into question.