PRINCETON — Princeton Community football athletes are getting some added protection during scrimmage and training with the recent $9,000 purchase of "Guardian Cap" soft-shell helmet covers.
PRINCETON – Gov. Eric Holcomb submitted Indiana’s 156 Opportunity Zone nominations, which includes a large portion of the City of Princeton, to the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury.
PRINCETON — Gibson County Visitors and Tourism Commission Thursday approved a $1,000 sponsorship for advertising the Oakland City Sweet Corn Festival.
FORT BRANCH — South Gibson School Corp. Board of Trustees authorized almost $1 million in bids for three community school improvement projects at Tuesday night’s meeting.
PRINCETON — Princeton residents are asked once again, in the May 8 primary election, to decide whether the city's waterworks utility can withdraw from the Indiana Utilities Regulatory Commission.
PRINCETON — The City of Princeton will sponsor Princeton Public Library's application for a $490,000 state grant to help build a 7,800 square feet expansion.
PRINCETON — Princeton Fire Territory board trustees Monday approved use of the training room at the station on White Church Road as a summer meal program feeding site this year.
OAKLAND CITY – Twice each year, military veterans from across southern Indiana board a plane for Washington D.C. to tour the memorials there, courtesy of Southern Indiana Honor Flight.