OAKLAND CITY—A public hearing is scheduled at 6 p.m. June 27 regarding Norfolk Southern's petition to close railroad crossings at Grove and Madison streets in Oakland City.
OAKLAND CITY— Local artist Bob Zasadny, fondly known around the county as “Bob Z”, says that while approaching 80 isn’t a young man’s game, the golden years can still bring new life.
PRINCETON — Volunteers with the summer "Caring for Kids" free lunch program celebrate the launch of a fifth year serving the community with an evening of fun from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at Lafayette Park.
PRINCETON—Two hearts. Two minds. One vision to drive out the darkness of addiction in Gibson County. Princeton natives Zach Douglas and Ashley (Hardiman)Douglas say they are determined to form a faith-based rehabilitation center focused on helping those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.
FORT BRANCH—Fort Branch Town Council members say a tax abatement incentive offered to rebuild the Holiday Foods grocery store is site specific — after questions arose as to whether the abatement could be transferred to another location or owner.
PRINCETON — Six county roads were blocked by a westbound coal train on the Norfolk Southern tracks for two hours May 2, and Gibson County resident Jim Tate told Gibson County Commissioners he needs them to join him in pressuring the railroad to keep the crossings open.