Articles in: Business and Industry

Dallas Carter, Riley Guerzini, and Trista Lutgring
- 1 week 1 day ago
One year ago, the world came to a halt. We stayed home. Restaurants closed their dining rooms. Our plans for concerts, travel, parties, and anything...
Dallas Carter
- 6 weeks 3 days ago
In the February/March issue of Evansville Business, we dived into the history, business, and key factors of radio’s success in the Tri-State....
Dallas Carter
- 7 weeks 3 days ago
The third largest city in Indiana, Evansville is still underestimated by many. Although it houses the benefits of a small-town community, its many...
Riley Guerzini
- 7 weeks 4 days ago
When entrepreneur Kelly West started Mimi’s Gourmet Pasta Sauce, Inc. in 2010, she never dreamed it would one day be sitting on grocery store...
Dallas Carter
- 7 weeks 4 days ago
Commercial radio was the bee’s knees across the world in the 1920s. Roughly 60 percent of families in the U.S. owned radios by the mid-1930s....
Trista Lutgring
- 8 weeks 1 day ago
In our Jan. 26 Insider newsletter, we shared some local development projects going on in and around Evansville. It did not come as a surprise that as...
Trista Lutgring
- 11 weeks 3 days ago
What’s one thing that’s changed the most in the city of Evansville over the last five years? Development! It seems like each week we get...
Riley Guerzini
- 13 weeks 3 days ago
Talent comes in all shapes, sizes, genders, races, and, especially, ages. The youth of Evansville are some of our brightest citizens, with...
Dallas Carter
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
Transportation and infrastructure continue to be of importance in many projects through the city of Evansville. One ongoing project currently is...
Trista Lutgring
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
When taking a trip to Timberlake Furniture just southwest of Mount Carmel, Illinois, it’s important to remember to wear walking shoes. While...
Dallas Carter
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
When the stay-at-home orders hit Evansville in March 2020, it was clear technology would become daily life’s driving force. Recognizing the...
Riley Guerzini
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
After three decades in business, Kevin Pass thought it was time to retire, but his passion for connecting with staff and customers brought him back...
Dallas Carter
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
John and Diane Schroeder’s dedication to their community, family, and each other makes it clear why the couple received the Rotary Club of...
Dallas Carter
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
Education: Bachelor’s degrees in journalism and psychology from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana Resume: General assignment reporter,...
Trista Lutgring
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
Bill Fulkerson remembers as a kid watching a development being built behind his home. Every day, he would sit and watch as the workers constructed...
Riley Guerzini
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve, the 200-acre old growth forest plotted right in the middle of Evansville, remains a destination for environmental...
Dallas Carter
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
The land between North Main Street, Franklin Street, Baker Avenue, and Illinois Street — once a plow and metal works factory from the 1870s to...
Riley Guerzini
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
Evansville’s tallest building will no longer command the city’s skyline after developers concluded the structure was unsalvageable. The...
Riley Guerzini
- 21 weeks 4 days ago
A long history of helping underserved populations through education, job creation, and retail services has shaped Evansville Goodwill Industries,...
Trista Lutgring
- 25 weeks 1 day ago
The lot that sits between Second and Third streets, blocked in by Vine and Sycamore, in Downtown Evansville has had quite the history. While modern...