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There's still a chance for Riverview Lofts, a proposed housing development to be located along the banks of the Wabash River at 104 N. First... [Read More]
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In its 285-year history the city of Vincennes has seen many changes, and around Thanksgiving it will experience another — and a rare one at... [Read More]
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Members of the Knox County Public Defender Board are preparing to enter 2018 armed with a proven plan. [Read More]
City officials are giving local residents more ways to rid their properties of unwanted junk. [Read More]
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Officials with Vincennes Water Utilities will take finishing a project at the city's waste water treatment plant into their own hands after the contractor walked... [Read More]
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Officials are focused on the silver lining found in the cloud that settled over City Hall Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
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Members of the Knox County Public Library's board of directors on Tuesday voted to spend more than $100,000 to improve the Vincennes Fortnightly Clubhouse. [Read More]
The Vincennes Housing Authority is moving forward with more improvements. [Read More]
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Vincennes University's new Updike Hall now has an infusion of Chinese culture thanks to a donation of "priceless" ancient pottery from an alumnus. About 20... [Read More]
Vincennes University's new Updike Hall, 1251 N. Chestnut St., now has an infusion of Chinese culture thanks to a donation of "priceless" ancient pottery from... [Read More]
When Carissa Luking, a local nurse practitioner, opened her own medical practice earlier this year, it didn't take long for her to feel the burn... [Read More]
In its second attempt, the city has received a $500,000 state grant that will help nine Main Street property owners spruce up their building facades. [Read More]
Investigators have ruled the origin of the blaze that destroyed part of Anthis Heating & Air Conditioning, 720 Upper 11th St., as accidental. [Read More]
Members of the South Knox School Corp. Board of Trustees on Tuesday approved an 8-percent pay raise for teachers and staff. [Read More]
The city council on Tuesday gave final approval to a zoning change that will allow for the construction of a church on Bierhaus Boulevard. [Read More]
After weeks of discussion and debate, the city council on Tuesday voted 6-1 to move forward with the establishment of a fire department merit commission. [Read More]
Official Halloween trick-or-treating hours are set. [Read More]
Corporation one of only three in southwestern Indiana to receive money... [Read More]
School accountability grades are in and, for the most part, the county's public schools saw only slight changes from last year. [Read More]
Anticipated new business in Vincennes' Knox Plaza is set to open soon. [Read More]
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