Muncie Animal Care Services is bursting at the seams and so the facility is holding a $5 adoption day special. It will actually be two days, Friday and Saturday , from 10am to 5:30pm Friday and from noon to 3pm on Saturday. The shelter is at 901 W. Riggin Road. All dogs and cats up […]
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Police say they arrested a Muncie man after he called 911, time and time again. 35 year old Jonothon Fyffe of the 800 block of West 11th Street made the calls after being cited for playing loud music late Wednesday night. Now he’s charged with misuse of a 911 system and was being held in […]
A body found in Indianapolis Tuesday afternoon is that of a Muncie woman who’d been missing since October of last year. Police say the remains of 23-year-old Angie Barlow were found on the northeast side of Indianapolis Tuesday. No word yet on a cause of death.
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We now know the names of the persons that were struck by a vehicle on Muncie’s south side Tuesday night. 30-year-old Shane Stahl suffered multiple fractures and a brain bleed and was taken to an Indianapolis hospital, while 20-year-old Desarae Hill was treated for a hip fracture. 20-year-old James Hall was pronounced dead at the […]
July 20th. That’s when the Marsh stores not purchased as part of the sale last week will close. Marsh filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in early May and said the remaining 44 stores could close if the company did not find a buyer.
The Madison County Prosecutor’s Office has filed formal charges against a 14-year-old teenager suspected in the June 2 shooting of Bentley Chesnut with a high-powered air rifle. The juvenile has been charged with felony aggravated battery and criminal recklessness. The accused teen will remain in custody until a July 7th hearing.
Ingalls officials will interview six prospective town marshals this week to fill the departmentâs top spot after former marshal Rick Martin retired in March. The Herald Bulletin reports that the town hopes to hire a marshal at the next town council meeting, which is scheduled for Monday. Also in Ingalls, Town Manager Tim Millikan says […]
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Yorktown Community Schools has named Greg Hinshaw its new superintendent. The school board cites his financial background as the reason for their unanimous vote. Hinshaw has been the superintendent at Randolph Central Schools for the past nine years.
A warning to Yorktown parents: Beware of a scam that states your child is now a member of the National Honorâs Society. The con artists will send a certificate of the accomplishment and charge you a $75 fee. The REAL Yorktown NHS program requires vetting and letters of recommendation to be considered for induction.
Taylor University faculty members have been recognized for excellence in the classroom. The Dr. Joe Burnworth Teaching Award went to Dr. Conor Angell, Associate Professor of Music, The Taylor University Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership Award was presented to Dr. Scott L. Moeschberger, Associate Professor of Psychology and Higher Education and the Distinguished Professor Award […]