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City officials are putting the finishes touches on their second attempt at a state grant that would give each of nine Main Street buildings a... [Read More]
Vincennes University students head back to the classroom next week, and as the numbers roll in it seems university officials were right on track with... [Read More]
'Pilgrims' will head north Monday morning... [Read More]
Dr. Adam Hill shares personal struggles to affect change in medical community... [Read More]
It's been almost two years since Linda Fredrick, executive director of the Vincennes Housing Authority, agreed to help out with the management of the Knox... [Read More]
A local woman fighting the city over the fate of her dog will get another day in court. [Read More]
School corporations across the country are letting youngsters out of school on Aug. 21 so they can take part in the solar eclipse with their... [Read More]
South Knox school board members got their first look Tuesday at the 2018 budget. [Read More]
Since acquiring the historic Kimmell Park on the banks of the Wabash River in early 2016, Vincennes University has been giving it a $2.5 million... [Read More]
Recent unseasonably mild weather may stick around for awhile, according to meteorologists with the National Weather Service. [Read More]
The Vincennes Community School Corp.'s summer feeding program ended its fourth season on a very high note, serving nearly 3,000 more meals than last year. [Read More]
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The owner of a dog ordered euthanized by members of the city's Board of Works has filed an appeal asking for a judicial review of... [Read More]
INVin is looking to expand its downtown parking project. [Read More]
Cargill Inc. shuttered its a grain elevator at 1174 Ramsey Road on July 31, Kent Utt, president of the Knox County Development Corp., told members... [Read More]
The city's three downtown galleries will open from 5-8 p.m. today for the August First Friday Art Walk. [Read More]
Ages and ideas converged at the second of two community conversations aimed at fine-tuning the city's application for a multi-million dollar Stellar Communities Grant. [Read More]
The city will hold a public hearing later this month as part of its second attempt to secure a state grant aimed at fixing up... [Read More]
Members of the Vincennes Central Business District are drawing inspiration from "A Charlie Brown Christmas" for this year's downtown holiday festivities. [Read More]
After unseasonably high levels, the Wabash River at the Lincoln Memorial Bridge is finally falling. [Read More]