City of Vincennes Reverses 1.6 Million Dollar Deficit

A new forecast has shown the City of Vincennes has reversed a one-point-six million dollar previously projected deficit for 2016. A new forecast by C-P-A Ben Roeger ¬†shows the City will now have a 200-thousand dollar surplus for 2016. Roeger says careful City planning led to the dramatic financial reversal… <!–[if lt IE 9]>document.createElement(‘audio’);<![endif]–> http://www.wzdm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/NEW0004_Ben-Roeger-cut-1_oq…-OF-2016_____0-00-13.348_Apr-28-00-00-00-AM-2015_Apr-28-11-59-00-PM-2015.mp3 […]

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VPD Asking for Assistance in Death Investigation

The Vincennes City Police Department is asking for the public’s help in investigating the death of Christopher Melton. The 55 year-old Melton was found dead Saturday morning at his residence at 810 North Sixth Street. City Police labeled the death as a homicide, after an autopsy found Melton died of a gunshot wound to his […]

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More Hydrant and Water Line Flushing Set for Tonight

Vincennes Water Utilities will continue hydrant flushing and water main inspection tonight across part of the City. The flushing area includes Washington Avenue from St. Clair Street to College Avenue, Seventh Street from College Avenue to Main Street, Eighth Street from Main Street to Wabash Avenue and Ninth Street from Main Street to College Avenue. […]

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Vincennes Resident Requests Second Street Bike Path Name

The Vincennes Board of Works heard a request to name a new Second Street bike path after Vincennes’ first individual bicycle dealer. Monty Cooper came before the Board to request the path be named for Ed Hunter. Cooper says Hunter’s shop was along the part of the roadway currently under reconstruction… http://www.wzdm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/NEW0010_Monty-Cooper-cut-1_oq…-RIDING-BICYCLES_____0-00-14.315_Apr-28-00-00-00-AM-2015_Apr-28-11-59-00-PM-2015.mp3 The Board took […]

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