Ball State University will appoint the new Muncie Community Schools Board and the announcement on who that will consist of comes Monay. There’s a meeting happening Monday in the student center. The seven-member MCS board will start July 1. Ball Stateâs Board of Trustees will approve five board members recommended by President Geoffrey S. Mearns. […]
An opponent to the establishment of new stormwater utility rates has filed a complaint with the stateâs public access counselor against the City of Alexandria. Jennifer Wardâs complaint says City Clerk-Treasurer Jill Scott failed to respond to her requests for a copy of the financial report the city has based the utility rates on. Scott […]
It’s more than two decades in prison for a Muncie heroin dealer. That was the sentenced handed down Thursday in a Delaware County court. 57-year-old James Willie Tabb was convicted of selling heroin three times over a two-week period in the spring of 2016.
A 28-year-old Anderson man has pleaded not guilty to felony robbery resulting in serious injuries during a home invasion at an apartment on West Sixth Street last October. Canasius W. Evans was identified by victims as one of their assailants.
A Muncie volleyball coach is looking at a 15-year prison term. 24-year-old Nolan Michael Brand pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation of a child. He had been arrested by Muncie police after being accused of having sex with a 15-year-old player while he was assistant coach for Central High girlsâ volleyball.
Get ready for a road project that may affect your commute. Starting Monday, traffic on the Muncie Bypass will be down to one lane in each direction while crews remove and resurface the bypass from State Roads 3 & 67 to State Road 28. The work is expected to be completed in November.
Next Tuesday â that’s when Yorktown starts replacing the deck on the Tiger Drive Bridge. Temporary stop lights will control one-lane traffic during the project. The first phase should be wrapped up in November with the second phase starting next spring.
A sobriety checkpoint will take place in Hamilton County on Saturday night and early Sunday morning. State, county and local law enforcement agencies will be looking for seatbelt violations, aggressive driving, and impaired drivers for a safer Hamilton County.
‘Music for All’ returns to Ball State University this Saturday. The 2018 Summer Symposium National Music Camp is the largest national weeklong summer music camp for students and teachers. Approximately 1,500 high school and middle school band & orchestra students and 400 high school & middle school band directors are expected at the Symposium.
Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana, Walmart and Feeding America are extending their thanks to everyone who helped raise more than 50-thousand-dollars. The funds from the 5th annual âFight Hunger, Spark Changeâ campaign will help the nearly 70-thousand families who struggle with food insecurity in East Central Indiana.