Evansville Man Wanted for Stealing from Elderly Woman

(Evansville, IN)  –  Evansville Police are looking for a man who they allege stole nearly 37-thousand dollars from an elderly woman. Officials say they began investigating Greg Curtis earlier this summer after the woman reported him. She says he withheld her medication from her and wrote checks to himself from her account. Police have issued […]

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Vincennes Announces Date of Second Street Work

(Vincennes, IN)  –  The City of Vincennes announced dates for gas line replacement along Second Street. Work will begin on Tuesday. The Miller Pipeline Company will begin replacing Vectren gas lines on Second Street from Seminary to Main. The parking lane on the southeast side of the road will be blocked during the work to […]

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KC Parks Works Toward Handicapped Accessible Playground

(Vincennes, IN)– The late Vicky Harmon left a gift to the Knox County Parks department to build a handicapped accessible playground. Now the parks board is trying to make that happen. Through several donations, the department has about 6,400 dollars to work with. To start with, the parks department will be buiilding a sand box […]

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Chattin Explains Reasons for City’s Declining Revenue

(Vincennes, IN)– Vincennes City Council president Duane Chattin has shed some light on the city’s projected future drop in revenue.  Council members, and City financial consultant Ben Roeger  are reviewing plans to cover projected City deficits in 2015 and 2016. Chattin says a big reason for reduced future revenue is a past mistake in TIF […]

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VPD Approves Delayed Appropriations

(Vincennes, IN)– The Vincennes City Council approved two delayed appropriations to help two City departments. The first approval gave just under 65-thousand dollars to the City Police Department. The funding will be used for continuing education for law enforceement officers.  The funding comes from various city and county court costs.  The motion was delayed for […]

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