PRINCETON — Neighbors say they can't walk their dogs along a portion of West Emerson Street for fear of an unrestrained American Staffordshire Terrier that attacked a Beagle and a Border Collie and bit two men who tried to protect their pets.
PRINCETON — Princeton Fire Territory board members organized for the new year Monday and unanimously authorized PFT Chief Mike Pflug to advertise bids for purchase of a new pumper truck and new ladder truck.
PRINETON — The Indiana General Assembly is well into its first month of the 2019 session and proposed bills have started to fill both the House and Senate.
PRINCETON — Gibson County gets a brief reprieve Tuesday from single-digit wind chill, when the National Weather Service forecasts a high near 42 degrees — but there's a chance of more snow on the way.
FORT BRANCH — The town of Fort Branch is continuing discussions with Tulip Tree Family Health Care about the possible purchase of a 210 W. Locust Street building.
PRINCETON — The county has been cited in the past two years of jail inspections for overcrowding and understaffing, and despite efforts to ease some of the problems, the jail population is growing.