UPDATE - January 9th at 4:15PM: More details are starting to trickle in (pun somewhat intended) about the issue at the Water Treatment Plant on Waterworks Road which has caused Mayor Winnecke's office to urge all residents served by the city water department to conserve usage for the next few days.
It's been a great summer for hitting the pools and having some fun while getting some much needed exercise. A fact that has not escaped Mayor Winnecke's office as his monthly Fitness in the Park series has focused on water aerobics as the central theme of the past few events. However, as the summer winds down, so does the opportunity to swim, meaning one last hurrah for series water-based theme be
Since entering office nearly two years ago, Mayor Lloyd Winnecke has made healthy living a top priority for his office with his Energize Evansville campaign and its monthly "Fitness in the Park" events which encourage the public to come out and enjoy a couple of hours of exercise in an effort to get in better shape.
The Evansville Mayor's Office, along with the Evansville Police Department, Vanderburgh County Sheriff's and Prosecutor's Office, the Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation, and the Evansville Catholic Dioceses officially launched their joint, "Choose Not to Lose" campaign at Eastland Mall on Monday with the primary focus on seven brand new Jeeps that will be used at each area high sc
When Mayor Winnecke came to office, he was put in charge of a community who "let ourselves go", to put it somewhat politely, which led him to promoting a healthier lifestyle for Evansville residents at the top of his to-do this through his office's "Energize Evansville" events. The next of which is set for tomorrow, March 16th at Swonder Ice Arena.