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Evansville, Indiana mayor Mayor Lloyd Winnecke throws trash into a dumpster during a Clean Evansville event. The mayor as well as numerous members of the community participates in the monthly clean-up events. Akron is launching a similar clean up campaign. (Photo courtesy Evansville Mayor's office)
Mayor Lloyd Winnecke of Evansville. Indiana picks up trash with members of the Evansville Boys & Girls Club and employees from Springleaf Financia as part of Clean Evansville campaign. Akron is launching a similar clean up campaign.(Photo courtesy Evansville Mayor's office)
Keep Evansville Beautiful mascot Evie Sue attends most of the Clean Evansville clean-ups and has even been trained to retrieve litter. Akron is launching a clean up campaign similar to the one in Evansville, Ind. (Photo courtesy Evansville Mayor's office)
The lawyer for a jailed Akron businessman who got caught trying to run an income tax business while imprisoned withdrew his client’s request for early release after a stern judge made it clear how she felt about the request.