PRINCETON—A Golden Heritage Days Festival tradition may be replaced with a new singing competition that could take a local singer to the next level.
FORT BRANCH—Fort Branch has been without a grocery store for almost three years and residents voiced their opinion at the monthly town council meeting Wednesday, saying enough is enough.
OWENSVILLE— Indiana Department of Transportation’s paving project on Ind. 65 and 64 is approved, but bids haven’t been awarded yet, according to an INDOT spokesman.
PRINCETON -- Patoka Township's advisory board unanimously agreed to buy the 60-acre Princeton Country Club property for $208,500 Wednesday evening.
Emergency crews responded to a vehicle that crashed into a brick house at the corner of Vine and Madison Street in Oakland City around 3 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. Oakland City Police Chief Alec Hensley confirmed the driver of the vehicle suffered a head injury and was transported to a hospi…