A considerable amount of trash including household waste, construction debris and at least 30,000 old tires remain on the site of the Fresh Thyme Farmers Market. Environmental officials in 2006 issued a notice to Northwest Truck and Auto Parts owner Harold Holding about the mess and some work has been done there. Holding faces fines […]
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A considerable amount of trash including household waste, construction debris and at least 30,000 old tires remain on the site of the Fresh Thyme Farmers Market has just been built remains unfinished. Environmental officials in 2006 issued a notice to then-Northwest Truck and Auto Parts owner Harold Holding about the mess and some work has […]
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On Sunday afternoon. April 29, 2018, at 4pm, Muncieâs own community and municipal band, Americaâs Hometown Band, will offer its 30th Anniversary Concert inside BSUâs Emens Auditorium. The free program, âThe First 30 Years: Our Parade of Starsâ, shows off some of the best hometown talents in the city, via superb soloists, and the full […]
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Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has announced a special legislative session to begin May 14, to complete work that didn’t get finished in March during a chaotic close to this year’s regular session. Holcomb said Friday that he wants lawmakers to focus on passing tax measures, a school safety funding bill and legislation that would give […]
Indiana’s unemployment rate was unchanged in March from February following a decline in the state that was seen starting in November. The Indiana Department of Workforce Development said Friday that the state’s unemployment rate remained at 3.2 percent. The state’s unemployment rate remained below the national rate of 4.1 percent. With the exception of October […]
The Muncie man accused of trying to kill his ex-girlfriend with a bomb was found guilty last night. The jury found Lionel Ray Mackey Jr. guilty of five felony charges but was deadlocked one charge. Prosecutors in the case say they will retry Mackey on the attempted murder charge.
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A second arrest in the case of an 18-month old that died under suspicious circumstances: Anderson police Thursday evening arrested Dylan T. Tate, a former live-in boyfriend of the childâs mother, Jennifer Harris, on a preliminary charge of felony neglect of a dependent causing death. Investigators say the child showed numerous signs of abuse.
Richmond’s downtown will take a big hit this summer. Elder-Beerman will permanently close its doors. The 601 East Main Street location is among the more than 250 Bon-Ton stores that will close in the coming months due to the company’s bankruptcy. Bon-Ton also operates the Carson’s store in Muncie Mall. There has been no official […]
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Police are still searching for the suspect that robbed an Anderson flower shop. Police say the masked bandit that hit Arrangement Flowers & Gifts on North Madison Avenue on Wednesday claimed to be armed, demanded cash and then escaped on foot. To report information on the case, call Anderson Police or Crime Stoppers.
Police say two Muncie men forced their way into their brotherâs mobile home and attacked him, leaving their sibling with a broken nose. 24-year-old Jacob and 25-year-old Sebastian Fields hit their younger brother because they were upset about an exchange of comments on Facebook. The Fields brothers were charged with battery.