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The city of Evansville gave residents their first look Tuesday at a possible plan for Roberts Park, the city's ginormious park to be built on the site of the former Roberts Stadium. While some are still carping about the razing of the basketball/
Evansville city government officials soon will roll out a preliminary blueprint for Roberts Park a sprawling, multipurpose recreation area where its namesake Roberts Stadium once stood. The drawing will be shown later this summer at public events...
Courier & Press Work continues in what once was the site of Roberts Stadium, with the road in the foreground leading down to what used to be the tunnel end of the facility. Mayor Lloyd Winnecke said at a news conference Thursday that when this work
47 p.m. , updated April 18, 2013 at 1:47 p.m...Evansville Police Department and the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp., whose soccer fields are adjacent to the former stadium property, as organizations allowed to use the leftover parking.
17 p.m. , updated January 25, 2013 at 12:17 p.m. Sixteen connectied steel trusses at Roberts Stadium were expected to come down one-by-one today, but instead, the structure collapsed at once, City-County Building Authority Director David Rector said.
Closing a chapter on the long-discussed issue of Roberts Stadium, Evansville's parks board voted at a special meeting Thursday to award a $958,750 demolition contract to Klenck Co. The project, which city officials want completed by May 1 if weather
The contract to demolish Roberts Stadium and prepare the site for the new park will be awarded Thursday by the Evansville Board of Park Commissioners. Klenck Co. of Evansville was the apparent low bidder at $958,000, but city officials say the cost
It is with a great sigh of relief that we welcome the news that all nine members of the Evansville City Council agree vacant Roberts Stadium should be razed. Otherwise, Evansville was facing the prospect of watching the 56-year-old arena sit there
The razing of Roberts Stadium should go forward, all nine Evansville City Council members agreed Monday, although some complained the decision was forced upon them. "This is government at its worst," said Councilman Al Lindsey , D-6th Ward. "(Razing
Officials with the Indiana University School of Medicine-Evansville are exploring sites suitable for the upcoming expansion of their program from two to four years of study, residency and training. They say the Roberts Stadium property is one