HRB To Consider Changes at Old Cathedral

(Vincennes, IN)  –  The Vincennes Historic Review Board meets this evening at 5:30 at the City Engineer’s office at Vincennes City Hall. The Board will consider a walkway connecting the Old Cathedral Church building with the church library in order to provide handicapped accessible restrooms for the church and also to have a small group […]

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APC Meets this Evening

(Vincennes, IN)  –  The Knox County Area Plan Commission meets this evening at 6 p.m. at the Knox County Courthouse. On the agenda for the meeing is a petition by  Ed Johnson to protract a little less than half an acre from a 5 acre property in Vigo Township. Tonight’s meeting is open to the […]

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Gambill Coming to Oaktown

(Oaktown, IN)  –  Indiana 45th District Representative Bionca Gambill will continue her District Listening Tour Tomorrow with a stop at the Oaktown Town Hall.  The Oaktown stop is one of three trips coming up for Gambill; she will also stop in Merom on Tuesday, September 9th, and end up at the Bicknell City Hall on […]

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Gas Line Replacement to Begin Today

(Vincennes, IN)  –  Vincennes officials say work will begin today on a gas line replacement project on North Second Street between Seminary and Main. Officials say it will be necessary to block off parking along the southeast side of Second Street to allow northbound traffic to use the street. This will allow southbound traffic to […]

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VU Student Center Moving Forward

(Vincennes, IN)  –  Vincennes University is pushing ahead with plans for a $4.35 million student center that will link three other buildings, creating a mall-like complex in the heart of the campus. School President Dick Helton says construction is slated to last a few months on the campus, but the project start date hasn’t been […]

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