Cornerstone Center for the Arts will conclude its fall class session with its Fall Celebration on Sunday, December 10. This recital will include dance and music performances as well as a student art gallery. The show will begin at 2 p.m. in the E.B. Ball Auditorium followed by light refreshments in the Colonnade Room on […]
The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc., has selected the recipients of the 2018 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship, an award that grants full tuition to any accredited public or private nonprofit college or university in Indiana. This year’s recipients are Madison Smalstig from Yorktown High School and Kelby Stallings from Muncie Central High […]
A Madison County jail officer was murdered late Thursday near Markleville and a suspect is in custody. Authorities say the incident that ook 29 year old Uriah Wilson’s life happened at about 11:30pm on the 3600 block of Indiana 38. 29 year old Joseph Hartley is facing a preliminary charge of murder in the shooting. […]
Gov. Holcomb has joined 20 other Republican governors in calling for GOP leaders in Congress to approve a sweeping rewrite of the nation’s tax code. The Times reports that Holcomb and the governors sent a letter Thursday to House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell asking Republicans in both chambers to approve […]
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With one day to spare before a loomingÂ government shutdown, Congress passed a short-term funding measure Thursday, sending the bill to PresidentÂ Donald Trump’s desk and providing legislators with two additional weeks to negotiate a longer-term solution.
Preparations are underway for the first accumulating snow of the season. INDOT crews are monitoring weather forecasts and pavement temperatures and brining the roads in anticipation of this weekendâs snowfall. Approximately 1-3 inches of snow is possible tonight into Saturday.
Three former Muncie elementary schools will be demolished. Storer, Sutton and Mitchell elementary schools will be torn down and the property turned over to the city. Also, a portion of the land at the former Wilson Middle School site may see redevelopment.
The Kokomo School Board has voted to terminate an employee who was involved in an incident where use of a racial slur was caught on video. The board voted to terminate paraprofessional Greg Ostapa, who was filmed with a student laughing at a derogatory slur directed toward African Americans.
A 24-year-old New Castle man faces charges after police say he had sex with a minor. Daiyaan X. Rice faces a count of sexual misconduct in a minor in connection with the June 2017 encounter with a 15-year-old girl. Rice was on the run, he is now in custody.
The Anderson Board of Zoning Appeals has approved a special exception and variances from the height requirement. Interstate Warehousing Inc. has purchased 77 acres near the intersection of Layton Road and 73rd Street for a 250,000-square-foot cold storage facility in the Flagship Enterprise Center.