PRINCETON — Bryce Abbey, assistant principal at Princeton Community Primary School, was promoted by the North Gibson school trustees to take over as principal at the start of the next school year.
PRINCETON — North Gibson school trustees unanimously approved a contract with Equitable Education Solutions to begin district strategic planning and school improvement Monday evening.
PRINCETON — Ancestors of Civil War veteran Abel Montgomery couldn’t even read his name on the dilapidated monument at Columbia (White Church) Cemetery.
PRINCETON — Princeton’s South Side Park softball complex, a popular summer recreational league feature since the 1970s, will have new lighting for the first time since the 1970s.
PRINCETON — Four new COVID-19 cases were reported in Gibson County among 12 new tests Tuesday, for a total 4,290 cases including 89 deaths among 14,776 people tested here over the course of the pandemic.
PRINCETON — Three grievances have been filed with the Princeton Fire Territory board of trustees regarding a change in how overtime pay is calculated, and the board may consider paying for a third-party audit to reconcile the issue.
PRINCETON — Brandt George, the Princeton Police officer on unpaid suspension following a felony charge brought against him by the Indiana State Police, was cleared for reinstatement by the Princeton Police Merit Board.
Workers unload items at Gibson County Solid Waste Management District’s Spring Household Hazardous Waste Cleanup Day on Saturday at the Toyota Family Medical Center.