• City Tables Food Truck Talks

    A final decision on a new ordinance to regulate food trucks in Vincennes will have to wait at least a couple more weeks. At their meeting on July 9th, the
     
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  • Council Passes Ordinance to Clear Broadway

    With their vote last night, the Vincennes City Council has cleared the road for Riverview Lofts set to be built along 1st Street. Council members voted to approve an ordinance
     
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  • Mullins to Raze Trio of Blighted Homes

    The City of Vincennes has awarded a contract for the demolition of three more blighted homes. Mullins Supply of Bicknell submitted the lone bid for the work at just over
     
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  • Ms. Amazing Pageant Returns to Watermelon Fest

    The Knox County Watermelon Festival makes its return to Patrick Henry Square next weekend! The festival will feature plenty, of fun and food, of course, but the event will kick
     
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  • VCSC Makes Technology Changes

    Proposed additions and revisions to some technology policies were approved last night. Following up on a first reading from their previous meeting, the Vincennes Community School Board approved phases two
     
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  • INDOT Announces Gibson Co. Road Closure

    The Indiana Department of Transportation has announced a week-long road closure in Gibson County. Beginning today, State Road 68 near Haubstadt will be closed as crews with CSX repair a
     
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    Detectors Headed to Indiana Public Schools

    Of all Indiana’s traditional public school systems, 94 percent will receive handheld metal detectors to enhance school safety through a new program. The state will provide the devices free to
     
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    38% Of IN Public Schools Not Testing For Lead

    The federal government doesn’t require schools to test for lead and neither do most states — including Indiana. As a result, school districts around the country are often left to
     
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  • Fairness for Curtis Hill Chairwoman Linda Chezem calls the investigative process into Hill's alleged sexual misconduct a "lynching by innuendo and anonymous leakers." (Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

    Legal Defense Fund Launched to Support Hill

    A nonprofit legal fund, Fairness for Curtis Hill, announced its launch Monday to help defend Attorney General Curtis Hill against sexual misconduct allegations. Prominent Republican lawyer James Bopp Jr. and
     
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  • Lange Named Honorary Lt. by DNR

    A Vincennes man has been recognized for his efforts in caring for wildlife over the past 25-years. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources presented Robert “Angel” Lange with a plaque
     
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