PRINCETON — A defense request to delay the Jan. 14 trial of a Patoka woman charged in connection with a Sept. 1 crash that killed James Gasaway and Trevor Watt of Princeton was denied this week.
PRINCETON — Gibson County Commissioners Tuesday endorsed a $6.6 million request for use of Patoka-Union Twp. Tax Increment Finance District revenue to improve traffic infrastructure serving Toyota Indiana plant’s expected influx of 400 new workers next year.
PRINCETON — The story of a young Irish immigrant who became an orphan at age 7 and found his way to Princeton on an orphan train — then became a much-beloved drummer boy for Civil War soldiers — is published by a local author.
PRINCETON — One Princeton Community Intermediate School third grade student wanted to transform canned goods into a structure and help feed the needy at the same time.
EVANSVILLE — Southwest Indiana Chamber of Commerce reports that Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana President Millie Marshall is among the finalists for the 2019 ATHENA Award, which honors outstanding women leaders in the community.
PRINCETON, Ind. — When Millie Marshall joined Toyota 27 years ago, she never imagined her career path would lead her to becoming Toyota’s first female manufacturing president, paving the way for future leaders.