PRINCETON — Princeton's Board of Public Works and Safety Monday opened bids for a 2,000 feet sewer main extension to provide sewer access on the west side of U.S. 41 at Enon Church Road.
PRINCETON — A resolution by North Gibson school trustees Monday allows refinancing of the school district's 2009 bonds at interest savings and using those savings to fund other projects for the district.
PRINCETON — North Gibson school trustees are spending slightly more than $7,000 to keep the high school tennis courts in playable condition until remodeling next summer.
OAKLAND CITY — Tickets are available for the Oakland City University athletic auction, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 28, on the Johnson Center gymnasium court.
PRINCETON — Princeton Common Council members planned to meet in special session Wednesday afternoon to make more cuts in the proposed 2020 budget if needed, to make sure spending is in line with an anticipated property tax revenue growth of less than $100,000 from 2019.
PRINCETON — A 21-year prison sentence imposed in January for the Patoka woman driving the car that crashed into and killed two young Princeton men Sept. 1, 2018, has been upheld by the Indiana Court of Appeals.
OWENSVILLE — Gibson County Sheriff's Office Monday released the name of the driver who died in a one-vehicle rollover crash Sept. 11 on Ind. 168 near Orchard Curve.