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Traveling city hall program at Nativity Church - 03/30/09 09:45 PM
We have just received the latest traveling city hall meeting of Major Jonathan Weinzapfel which will be on Tuesday at the Nativity Church at 3645 Pollack Avenue from 5.30 to 7.30PM.Traveling city hall program at Nativity ChurchMayor Jonathan Weinzapfel's traveling city hall program will be at Nativity Church, 3635 Pollack Ave., from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.Residents can ask questions and voice concerns to the mayor and city department heads and also review plans for the Lincoln Avenue-Fuquay Road reconstruction project set to begin April 13.Source: http://www.courierpress.com/news/2009/mar/30/traveling-city-hall-program-nativity-church/ (0 comments)
Rental Properties to Lead Recovery, Experts Say - 03/30/09 02:18 PM
The article below describes best what kind of advantages can be gained from rental property. In today's economic climate it is easier for owners of rental properties to find good tenants. We have several rental properties and not a week goes by without a phone call if we have any homes for rent. There are many homes for sale in Evansville which are ideal to be used as rental property. The secret in a good rental property is location. Desired areas provide a safe environment which renters prefer. Please feel free to call me if you are interested in rental properties. (0 comments)
Insurance Tips For Homeowners - 03/29/09 09:51 PM
Home owners can not only take advantage of the favorable interest rates we have today and save money, but a close look at your home insurance may also save you money. We recently looked at different rates provided by various insurance carriers and we were able to safe close to $ 3000.00 in our combined insurance policies which covers home owners, personal umbrella, auto and commercial rental properties. I strongly recommend any home owner to review your current insurance policies and see if there id not another carrier who can offer better rates. This review should be taken every 2 to (0 comments)
Partners in Preparedness Awards Dinner to feature FEMA associate - 03/28/09 08:23 AM
As a Board member of the South West Indiana Disaster Resistant Community Corporation, I have the pleasure to invite all our readers to an awards dinner hosted by DRC to announce the winners of nominees which were submitted by the various participating partners. Please feel free to call me at 812-499-9234 if you have any questions. Partners in Preparedness Awards Dinner to feature FEMA associate WARRICK COUNTY, Ind. - Art Noffsinger, Warrick County commissioner and an associate of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, will ask "Are You Sure You Are Ready?" at a Partners in Preparedness Awards Dinner by the Southwest Indiana Disaster (0 comments)
Consumer spending up for second straight month - 03/27/09 11:03 AM
For a change we are getting good news in a row. If the last few days are any indication, I would say we are seeing small gains across the board. We saw that existing home sales rose in the month of February by 5.1%, we continue to see low interest rates for buyers and home owners who refinance, Berry Plastics Corporation announced a $ 80 million expansion which will add at least 150 jobs if not more, and today we see that a major bench mark measure has gained in the past two months. The Commerce Department reported Friday that consumer (0 comments)
GOP Plan Aims to Expand Home Buyer Tax Credits - 03/25/09 11:49 AM
We are seeing increased discussions on new legislation to help first time buyers and home owners wanting to refinance their mortgage. Under the proposal, borrowers refinancing their mortgage would be eligible for $5,000 to help cover closing costs or to reduce their principal balance. The plan also revives a $15,000 home buyer tax credit proposal that Republicans pushed last year. This time, the proposal would require the borrower to have at least a 5 percent down payment. Both programs would expire in July 2010.
This would certainly benefit a large section of the population and would be a factor to (0 comments)
Market Up Date - 03/23/09 04:08 PM
There is good news for the real estate market in general. Existing home sales rose 5.1% in February to a stronger than expected pace of 4.72 million units. This is great news for a real estate market that has really seen nothing but gloom and doom for the past 2 years. With mortgage rates still below 5%, and prices still down 15% from a year ago, it is starting to look like this may fast becoming one of those rare "windows of opportunity" to buy a new home in a great school district at a phenomenal price. Homebuyers with good credit, a (0 comments)
Plantable Greeting Cards - 03/22/09 02:18 PM
In keeping up with the new trend "going green" we have come across this product: Botanical PaperWorks sells plantable greeting cards made with a handmade paper that's embedded with wildflower seeds. This is a great idea in two ways, as the writer you feel good sending a green card, the other one is that the receiver will be truly surprised and appreciate the gesture. One can take this a step further and have the children plant it and see their reaction.
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Daniels to spend millions on weatherization payments - 03/22/09 07:54 AM
Here we have some new information on Gov. Mitch Daniel's federal stimulus funding to make the homes of low-income Hoosiers more energy efficient. Of importance to note is that Gov. Daniels makes every effort to make sure that the funds are used where they are needed and his Energy Assistance Program will ensure that waste and fraud are eliminated.Daniels to spend millions on weatherization paymentsINDIANAPOLIS - Indiana will spend $132 million in federal stimulus funding to make the homes of low-income Hoosiers more energy efficient, Gov. Mitch Daniels announced Friday.The money will pay for upgrades to the insulation and heating and (0 comments)
Housing Takes Its Legislative Message to Congress - 03/21/09 07:33 AM
Housing Takes Its Legislative Message to Congress On Tuesday, March 24, members of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) will be in Washington to convey to Congress the priority legislative issues of the housing industry. The central message that builders will be carrying to Capitol Hill is the need for Congress and the Administration to focus on the state of the housing economy and measures that can be taken to ensure that housing and housing's economic recovery remain at the top of the federal agenda. Along these same lines, builders will be addressing financial practices and policy proposals that run (0 comments)
Low Rates Boost Mortgage Activity - 03/20/09 09:08 AM
Mortgage rates are continuing to hold at levels not seen in 45 years. We do not believe that mortgage rates will fall much below the rates we have now. This is your opportunity to buy your next home at mortgage rates we have always dreamed of. Low Rates Boost Mortgage Activity Mortgage applications zoomed upward last week, with the index rising 21.2 percent on a seasonally adjusted basis to 876.9 from 723.4 the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. On an unadjusted basis, the index increased 20.7 percent compared to the previous week and was up 31.2 percent from (0 comments)
Hundreds of Jobs Coming to Evansville - 03/19/09 01:42 PM
We have very good news on the economic front for Evansville. Berry Plastics has chosen Evansville for the construction of an $ 80 million expansion. This move will bring as many as 150 new jobs. We congratulate Major Jonathan Weinzapfel for working this out and we congratulate Berry Plastics, one of Evansville finest corporate citizen to make this commitment here in Evansville. Hundreds of Jobs Coming to Evansville A major economic development announcement is planned for this afternoon in Evansville. City officials say it involves hundreds of new jobs and millions of dollars in new investment. Executives from Berry Plastics Corp. (0 comments)
Tips for spring cleaning - 03/19/09 11:49 AM
This article can be filed under the Do-It Yourself section. With spring around the corner we would like to offer our readers some helpful tips to make this spring cleaning easier.Tips for spring cleaningTime for spring cleaning. Here are some tips to get your home sparkling for the bright sunshiny days to come.Doormats: Give them some love in the form of a good sweeping and washing. Just think of how many times you've wiped your feet on them this winter alone.Windows: Clean them with Windex and old newspapers, or you can try making your own solution of one part white vinegar (0 comments)
Evansville Mayor Touts New Downtown Arena - 03/18/09 08:26 PM
Evansville Mayor Touts New Downtown Arena The mayor of Evansville has used his State of the City Address to gather support for the city's yet-to-be built downtown arena. Jonathan Weinzapfel says, despite the weak economy, there "couldn't be a better time" for the project. He sees the arena as the city's own stimulus package, putting hundreds of people to work and supporting more economic development in the downtown area. Source: Inside INdiana Business Here is a copy of Text of State of the City Address:http://tinyurl.com/cr964x
Video of the Pilgrims Plunge at Holiday World - 03/18/09 08:11 PM
Video of the Pilgrims Plunge at Holiday World A few days ago we reported on the continued expansion of Holiday World & Splashin' Safari and the progress being made on the Pilgrims Plunge. Today we were pleasantly surprised to receive an email by Paula Werne, Director of Public Relations. Paula was gracious to send us a link to the video of the Pilgrims Plunge. If you'd like to see a video of the Tower Topping, please take a look here: http://www.holidayworld.com/holiblog/2009/03/what-goes-up.html (0 comments)
Vacant Properties Raise Insurance Risk - 03/18/09 08:39 AM
Please check your insurance policy in case you have any vacant properties. As far as the insurance is concerned there is a difference if a property is occupied or if the property is vacant. Vacant Properties Raise Insurance Risk Rising vacancies in commercial property increases insurance risk and ultimately the cost of insurance, warns the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies. Chubb Group points to studies by the National Fire Protection Association that show an average of 14,900 fires a year occur in vacant buildings, causing more than $118 million annually in direct property damage. In addition, theft, vandalism, water, collapse and wind losses (0 comments)
Indiana's statewide tornado drill - 03/17/09 09:55 PM
In our continued quest to keep our readers informed on safety matters, we just found out that the State of Indiana will conduct tornado drills tomorrow.
Indiana's statewide tornado drill is set for March 18th at two times - 9:07 a.m. and 6:07 p.m. CDT. In the event of bad weather at those times, the drills will be rescheduled to avoid confusion. Historically, March 18th is the anniversary of the worst tornado in history - the March 18, 1925 twister killed 689 people in Missouri, Southern Illinois and Southwest Indiana.
Source: http://tinyurl.com/crcmls (0 comments)
Housing starts unexpectedly surge - 03/17/09 01:20 PM
There is good news in the nation's new home construction figures. After several months of declining numbers, February's figures rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 583,000 up 22% from last month. The low interest rates and depletion of inventory are factors contributing to this rate.Housing starts unexpectedly surgeInitial construction of U.S. homes unexpectedly surged in February, according to a government report released Tuesday. Housing starts rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 583,000 last month, up 22% from a revised 477,000 in January, according to the Commerce Department. Economists were expecting housing starts to decline to 450,000, according (0 comments)
Extreme Makeover Home Edition Coming to Indiana - 03/16/09 03:35 PM
The president of Carmel-based The Estridge Companies says he never dreamed his company would be in the national spotlight. Paul Estridge, Jr. received the news a few weeks ago that popular TV show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition wanted Estridge to lead the construction team in building a home for an Indianapolis family. The company has built more than 7,000 homes in central Indiana, but this build will be unique requiring work to be completed in one week and all products and labor must be donated. Estridge will begin work March 27 when the family is revealed. The Indianapolis episode is slated (0 comments)
Indiana Chocolate Aboard Shuttle Discovery - 03/16/09 02:35 PM
Indianapolis-based Endangered Species Chocolate says eight of their supreme dark chocolate "chimpanzee" bars were aboard NASA's shuttle Discovery when it successfully launched over the weekend. One of the astronauts requested the sweet treats be packed for dessert. The crew members are installing the final set of power-generating solar arrays to the International Space Station.Indiana Chocolate Aboard Shuttle DiscoveryEight Endangered Species Chocolate bars are safely in orbit along with a NASCAR driver's flag and a purple stuffed duck. NASA successfully launched shuttle Discovery to the International Space Station on March 15 at 7:43 p.m.Astronauts select inspirational objects that represent the diverse interests (0 comments)
IEDC Believes Ranking Puts State "on the Radar" - 03/16/09 02:11 PM
An Indiana Economic Development Corp. (IEDC) official says Indiana's ranking by "Chief Executive" magazine as the best state to do business in the Midwest will help keep it on the radar screen of more decision makers. IEDC Director of Media Relations Blair West says the rankings are based on the feedback of the people who most often decide on expansion and consolidation projects. It is the second consecutive year Indiana has been ranked by the publication as the top state in the Midwest. IEDC Believes Ranking Puts State "on the Radar" Although Indiana remains tops in the Midwest it has fallen three spots (0 comments)
Mortgage Rates continue to fall. - 03/15/09 02:16 PM
Mortgage Rates continue to fall. Interest rates are inching closer 45 year lows. Here we have the latest rates for last week: The average rate on a 30-year fixed rate mortgage dropped to 5.03 percent, excluding fees, during the week ended March 12, 2009, down from 5.15 percent the previous week. One year ago, the average rate was 6.13 percent. Rates on 15-year fixed rate home loans averaged 4.64 percent, a decrease from 4.72 percent the week before. Last year at this time, the average rate was 5.60 percent. The average interest rate on a one-year adjustable rate mortgage fell to 4.80 percent, down from (0 comments)
World's tallest water ride topped off at Holiday World - 03/15/09 07:56 AM
Holiday World is getting bigger and better. The world tallest water ride called Pilgrim's Plunge is going through the final stages. The $ 4.3 million ride will be ready on May 2. We wish every one at Holiday a fun and safe season. World's tallest water ride topped off at Holiday World The world's tallest water ride, Pilgrim's Plunge, is topped off Friday at Holiday World & Splashin' Safari. A giant crane hoisted the final U-shaped piece of steel to the top of the ride's 16-story elevator tower. A 46-foot-long section of steel weighing 16 tons was put into place for Pilgrims Plunge. SANTA CLAUS, (1 comments)
New assisted-living home will be built on Knights of Columbus property - 03/14/09 09:29 AM
There are new developments in line for down town Evansville. We wish all the best to the Kunkel Group in their latest endeavor.New assisted-living home will be built on Knights of Columbus propertyA new home for assisted living residents, presently housed at Riverwalk Communities (formerly known as McCurdy Healthcare Center) Downtown, is planned for the site of the old Knights of Columbus at 304 Market St., across from the Coliseum.The Kunkel Group, Inc., Evansville-based developers, revealed Friday that it has entered into a build-to-lease agreement with Riverwalk Communities for establishing a $6.9 million assisted living/adult day-care facility on the Market Street (0 comments)
The Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana announced the winners of its annual small business award Thursday morning. The winners are: Give Back Award: Firefly Southern Grill Entrepreneur of the Year: Tracy Zeller Jewelry Non-Profit of the Year: Youth First, Inc. Small Business of the Year: Woodward Commercial Realty The winners were announced during a brunch held Thursday at The Centre in conjunction with the RC (0 comments)
Mead Johnson Announces European Endorsement - 03/13/09 08:31 AM
Evansville-based Mead Johnson have received a scientific endorsement for a health claim on infant formula by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). It is the first infant formula to receive such an endorsement under new 2006 European Commission regulations. An EFSA panel returned a favorable opinion on Mead Johnson's claim that docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) contributes to the visual development of infants. Mead Johnson Announces European Endorsement Evansville, Ind. -- Mead Johnson Nutrition Company (NYSE: MJN) announced today that it is the first infant formula manufacturer to receive scientific endorsement for a health claim on infant formula by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). (0 comments)
Bank of Evansville Approved For Treasury Program - 03/12/09 04:04 PM
Another Indiana-based bank has received preliminary approval to participate in the U.S. Treasury Department's Capital Purchase Program. American Community Bancorp Inc., which operates the Bank of Evansville, says the federal government is offering to invest up to approximately $7.5 million in newly-issued preferred stock. The company has not decided whether it will take part in the voluntary program. Bank of Evansville Approved For Treasury Program American Community Bancorp, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: ACBP) (the "Company"), the holding company for Bank of Evansville, announced it has received preliminary approval to participate in the U.S. Treasury Department's Capital Purchase Program (the (0 comments)
Evansville Will "Green Up" Fleet With Federal Transit Stimulus - 03/12/09 09:33 AM
We have learned that the City of Evansville will be purchasing three new hybrid busses with the Federal Transit stimulus funds. These busses are more efficient in fuel consumption and they also need less servicing that the older busses in use. News Release: From: City of Evansville, Mayor's OfficeEvansville Will "Green Up" Fleet With Federal Transit Stimulus (EVANSVILLE, IN) - Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel is announcing today that the City of Evansville will receive $2,615,993 in funds for public transit under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). More than $2 million of that money will be used to make (0 comments)
Market Watch For March 2009 It's March and the weather is now cooperating with homebuyers and sellers. Open House traffic has been excellent since our ice storm last month and I anticipate increasing home sales over January and February levels. Details of the federal "Stimulus Package" are becoming clear and there was certainly some good news for the real estate market especially for first time buyers. New home buyers are now eligible for an $8,000 tax credit with very few strings attached. The closing of the transaction must occur before November 30, 2009. There is no repayment as long (0 comments)
Evansville to Use Stimulus Money for Transportation Initiatives - 03/10/09 08:16 AM
The City of Evansville will use $5 million from the federal stimulus package for two transportation projects. It will expand the Pigeon Creek Greenway and implement a downtown traffic flow improvement initiative. The Evansville Metropolitan Planning Organization has also approved $1 million in federal funds for the Rivertown Trail project in the Town of Newburgh. Evansville to Use Stimulus Money for Transportation Initiatives The Evansville Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) today approved sending more than $5 million in Highway and Bridge Infrastructure funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to the City of Evansville for use in expanding the Pigeon Creek Greenway (0 comments)
Local sports tournaments increase business - 03/09/09 02:10 PM
Larger cities have it easier to draw tourism to their city and in doing so keep the local economy going. We are pleased to see that Marilee Fowler, Executive Director of the Evansville Convention Bureau, is continuing to expand on venues to attract youth sports tournaments to Evansville. Her latest efforts are to open a new baseball-softball complex to attract more visitors. Local sports tournaments increase business EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - The games people play are helping many businesses survive the tough economy. Local tourism officials say a few years ago they made the decision to try and attract more youth sports tournaments (0 comments)
Six Tri-State Counties Can Get Federal Aid To Help With Ice Storm Clean Up - 03/08/09 08:00 PM
We just received a news release that Vanderburgh County amongst 15 southern Indiana counties will be getting Federal Aid for the January ice storms. This is good news for Evansville. Six Tri-State Counties Can Get Federal Aid To Help With Ice Storm Clean Up EVANSVILLE - Several Indiana Tri-State counties are now eligible for federal disaster money to help pay for clean up from January's ice storm. President Obama authorized federal disaster aid to 15 southern Indiana counties hit by the storm, including Vanderburgh, Warrick, Gibson, Dubois, Perry and Spencer counties. Obama's disaster declaration means eligible (0 comments)
Mortgage rates were unchanged this week. - 03/08/09 01:02 PM
Here we have the latest changes in the interest rates of last week. We are still seeing historically low rates and long term speculation is that the Federal Government in Washington will lower rates further. We would also like to point out that new home buyers are entitled to a first time homebuyer tax credit of maximum $ 8,000.00. We have already seen an increase in the number of homes being sold and we are also seeing a decline in the month's inventory index.Mortgage rates were unchanged this week.The average 30-year, fixed-rate remained unchanged at 5.41 percent. A basis point is (0 comments)
Vectren Seeks to Buy More Wind Energy - 03/08/09 08:39 AM
Evansville-based Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana is asking the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission for approval to purchase 50 megawatts of wind energy from the Fowler Ridge wind farm in Benton County. The company says the 20-year power purchase agreement would provide enough energy to power about 15,000 homes annually. Vectren already has a 20-year contract with another independently-owned wind farm in Benton County. Vectren Seeks to Buy More Wind Energy Evansville, Ind. -- Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana (Vectren; NYSE: VVC) has filed a request with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission seeking authority to buy 50 megawatts (MW) of wind energy from (0 comments)
New home foreclosure plan revealed - 03/08/09 08:09 AM
Plans are in work to help home owners in distress to keep their homes and refinance the mortgage. As with any government assistance program certain conditions must apply. The loans must be through Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, home owners must live in the property and tax returns have to be filed. Please call me at 812-499-9234 for further information on this matter. New home foreclosure plan revealed VANDERBURGH COUNTY, IN (WFIE) - While many homeowners across the nation simply can't keep up with their mortgage payments right now, the Obama administration unveiled a new plan to try to help get them back (0 comments)
- Sugar maple trees at Wesselman Woods (off Boeke Road north of Roberts Stadium) are producing the sticky stuff for all-you-can-eat flapjacks which will be served from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Visitors to the Maple Sugarbush Festival can watch the boiling and evaporating process and be entertained by live dulcimer music. Admission $7 for adults, $4 for youths over age 3.
- Fans of antiques will be at The Centre this weekend for (0 comments)
Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel announced today that the city of Evansville and Vanderburgh County will receive additional stimulus funds than the once already allocated. The funds are part of the Byrne Justice Assistance Program and are to be used for the prevention of crime and improve the criminal justice system. Evansville getting more stimulus money EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel says the city of Evansville and Vanderburgh County will receive more stimulus money through the Byrne Justice Assistance Program. The "JAG" funds, totaling more than $400,000 dollars, will be used to prevent and control crime as well as improve (0 comments)
Arena official plans fall start for construction - 03/05/09 09:44 AM
The city of Evansville hopes to buy the D-Patrick Ford property on Walnut Street by August so construction of a Downtown arena can begin this fall. Negotiations are "in the appraisal process," and a design team of engineers is being assembled by HOK Sport, the city's architectural consultant for the arena, said John Kish, project manager. 'That's moving on, and we'll be having discussions with the landowners,' Kish told the Evansville Redevelopment Commission on Tuesday. The D-Patrick Ford property comprises several parcels that have a combined assessed value of $4.1 million. Kish said he plans to have (0 comments)
French Lick, Ind., Water Park will open March 15 - 03/03/09 10:02 AM
French Lick a near by holiday resort is adding a water park which will be open March 15. The town of French Lick is well worth as The French Lick Resort and Casino is an old grand hotel. We are sure you will enjoy your visit there.
French Lick, Ind., Water Park will open March 15
FRENCH LICK, Ind. - A water park is scheduled to open in the Southern Indiana casino community of French Lick on March 15.
An adjacent 154-room hotel, called Valley of the Springs Resort, is opening this week.
Owners Jerry and (0 comments)
6 Tips for Home Owners Who Turn Into Landlords - 03/02/09 05:40 PM
Here we have tips for our readers who want to become landlords. We can certainly assist you in finding suitable choices and we can provide you with an investment analysis to see if a purchase would bring you the return you are looking for. For those of you who would like to own rental property but you personally do not want to be involved in the day to day work, we can recommend our property management division at F.C.TuckerEmge.Please call me at 812-499-9234 if you are interested to receive further information on buying rental property.6 Tips for Home Owners Who Turn (0 comments)
Evansville Learns of Stimulus Funding - 03/01/09 08:05 AM
The city of Evansville says it will receive $2 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Nearly $796,000 will be provided in Community Development Block Grants and another $1.2 million in Homeless Prevention Funds. The Evansville Housing Authority will also receive $1.8 million in Public Housing Capital Funds from the stimulus. The State of Indiana received more than $176 million of the $10 billion allocated today by HUD. Evansville, Ind. -- The City of Evansville was notified today that the U.S. Department of Housing (1 comments)
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