A Delaware County man has been arrested and charged with one of Indianaâs newest laws. Delaware County Prosecutor Eric Hoffman says Joel David West has been charged with Dealing in a Controlled Substance Resulting in Death. Last year, the Indiana General Assembly passed the statute as a tool for prosecutors to hold those accountable who […]
Efforts by State Rep. Melanie Wright (D-Yorktown) to drastically increase state support for local efforts to improve school security were rejected Thursday in the Indiana House. Wrightâs proposal would dedicate up to $100 million to improve school security infrastructure and increase the number of School Resource Officers in Indianaâs schools. Wright says âWhile Thursdayâs actions […]
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He was run over by his own SUV while trying to stop a burglar. Gabriel Gouvas had just pulled his SUV into his carport when he noticed someone was burglarizing his Anderson home. As he ran toward the burglar, the bandit jumped into his vehicle and started to back away. Gouvas was injured when he […]
Ball State University will host a public reception at 1 p.m. Saturday in Emens Auditorium to remember the life and accomplishments of veteran journalist and educator Stephen S. Bell. Bell, 83, who passed away January 25, taught at Ball State from 1992 to 2007 after a long and storied career in journalism.
A new apartment complex is designed to give the homeless a second chance. Built on the site of the former athletic fields for Anderson High School, the 44-unit Fieldhouse Apartments had its first residents move in January 21st. Residents’ rent and utilities are paid through a grant from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority.
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New ownership for two properties that used to be Marsh grocery stores: One is at 3910 W. Bethel Avenue; while the other is at 1920 S. Hoyt Avenue. Both have been purchased by NSI Investments. NSI says it will have some other uses for the buildings if tenants arenât found in a timely manner.
More details on the Pendleton correctional officer that accused of trafficking with an inmate. Officials say 31-year-old Ernest Bertram III was found to be in possession of tobacco and pills when confronted.Â He’s facing a half-dozen trafficking-related charges.
The YMCA of Muncie hopes to build equality and close opportunity gaps through its annual campaign. At the launch more than $119,000 of the goal of $265,000 was pledged.
Anderson songwriter Steve Wallace, who has gained worldwide recognition for the songs he has written, has been honored by State Rep. Terri J. Austin and the Indiana House. Austin proclaims, âSteve is one of those heroes who gives back to the place where he lives, and he is worthy of this type of recognition.â
Experience the artwork of professional and avocational artists throughout Indiana in the 29th Minnetrista Annual Juried Art Show & Sale. It starts Saturday and runs through April 28 at Minnetrista.