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Vincennes' newest hotel is open for business. [Read More]
The first of a three-phase project to improve Main Street could get started early next year. [Read More]
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SPARTA 2018 is on schedule at the South Knox School Corp. [Read More]
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The city's Utilities Service Board on Wednesday voted to move forward with more improvements to be paid for with revenue generated by a 50-percent rate... [Read More]
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George Rogers Clark Middle School is joining forces with Lincoln High School in a relatively new program aimed at reducing student suspensions. [Read More]
Renovations at City Hall, 201 Vigo St., will carry on as originally designed after Mayor Joe Yochum and local architect Andy Myszak were able to... [Read More]
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INDIANA Lamppost decorating popular holiday tradition in Vincennes... [Read More]
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Members of the mayor's youth council are looking to foster more civic pride in the community. [Read More]
After 282 days, the intersection at Second Street and Niblack Boulevard is finally reopen to motorists. [Read More]
Members of three local civic clubs will be laying wreaths at the graves of 1,700 fallen veterans as part of a national effort at remembering... [Read More]
For the last several years, volunteers at the Indiana Military Museum have considered decorating a lamppost at Gregg Park — a popular local tradition —... [Read More]
Faced with a lack of willing leadership, the Vincennes Central Business District is looking to roll itself into the non-profit group INVin. [Read More]
A tree inspired by the Charles Schulz classic television special, "A Charlie Brown Christmas," erected at the Gimbel Corner last week has caused mixed reactions... [Read More]
There's a bit of something familiar downtown. [Read More]
City officials and representatives of Vincennes University on Tuesday entered into exchange programs with their counterparts in Xuyi County in Jiangsu Province, China. [Read More]
Downtown facade improvements are likely to get under way next summer, city officials say. [Read More]
Ike Murphy first saw Red Skelton as he waved to crowds gathered downtown during a parade in 1963. [Read More]
Area non-profits continue to make their giving efforts more efficient. [Read More]
Members of the Knox County Development Corp. on Friday vocalized their support for an effort to see the U.S. 41 Industrial Park made safer for... [Read More]
Enjoy this last little bit of unseasonably warm weather, because come early next week, we'll be trading it in for something much colder. [Read More]
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