Your BBB® has learned that the Indiana Department of Insurance has issued a warning regarding the use of fireworks during the upcoming Independence Day celebrations. Area residents are reminded that accidental fires and damages may not be covered by insurance...
It's been a wet and soggy July 4th. With anywhere between two and six inches of rain falling across the Tri-State, and more forecast to fall as the day rolls on, the fate of Evansville's annual riverfront fireworks show is up in the air. However, the Growth Alliance for a Greater Evansville (GAGE), organizers of the annual display, say the show will go on, with one exception.
The 4th of July is a little over two weeks away, and by the sounds in my neighborhood, some of my neighbors have decided to get an early start on the celebration. What they probably don't know is they're in violation of Evansville Municipal Code 9.10.020. They're not the only ones, which is why the Evansville Police Department tweeted a little reminder to residents on Thursday on when they can, an
Independence Day is perfect for outdoor family fun. It's also the one time of year when it’s seems to be okay to play with matches. Family fun and playing with matches may seem like an unlikely combo, but hey, so is America, right?