Members of the Vincennes Community School Corp. Board of Trustees on Monday threw their support behind a resolution that will likely soon allow for the creation of a residential-specific Tax Increment Finance Zone to spur the development of homes.
Mollie Ewing Hutchison, CEO of Children and Family Services, told assembled Knox County Public Library board members on Tuesday that her team will continue the work of transforming the library’s annex into a social services hub for residents in need.
The charred remains of this historic building loom over Tenth and Main streets Saturday morning. Firefighters on Friday fought for several hours a blaze that tore through the second floor. The cause remains undetermined.
Crews with the Vincennes Fire Department spent hours Friday battling a massive blaze that destroyed a historic building at the corner of Tenth and Main streets.
A pair of state grants will now allow officials with the Knox County Health Department to take a giant leap forward in their efforts to bolster public health.
Members of the city’s Redevelopment Commission are starting from scratch on a stream mitigation project done as part of a deal struck with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management years ago.
Vincennes University’s Board of Trustees this week during its regular meeting heard reports from staff and faculty about the robust camps and pre-college programs VU is hosting this summer for Hoosier youth.
County highway superintendent Benji Boyd this week sought a temporary loan from members of the county council, money that will pave the way for the reconstruction of an important county bridge.
County health officer Dr. Alan Stewart on Tuesday continued in his plea to county elected officials that a portion of the remaining ARPA dollars be invested in a more robust public health program.