A jury determines a Muncie man did not attack his ex-girlfriend with a cooking grill. 23 year old Clayvern Jernigan had been charged with aggravated battery and other counts. When arrested police said Jernigan hit the victim in the face, knocking her unconscious during an incident at a home at 16th Street and Meeker Avenue.
A brand new adult surgical unit is now up and running at Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital. The Muncie Journal reports it’s on the 9th floor in the North towe and relocates part of another floor where patients are put post surgery. Officials say they now have double the space in private rooms, 25 […]
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A $250,000 grant from Lowe’s will help Greater Muncie Habitat for Humanity and its community partners rehab the South Central and Thomas Park/Avondale neighborhoods. The Muncie Journal reports it’s part of Loweâs contributing $1.75 million to support Habitat for Humanityâs Neighborhood Revitalization program and help make 20 neighborhoods across the country more vibrant, inviting and […]
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U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly officially announced his campaign for re-election Monday in Anderson. The Herald Bulletin says the announcement marks the start of what will be a long and contentious race, with a number of high-profile republicans looking to unseat him. Donnelly is considered one of the most vulnerable Democratic senators on 2018 ballots.
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Senator Bernie Sanders made a stop in Indianapolis Monday afternoon to talk about jobs and the economy. The former presidential candidate hosted the event which was the first stop on a three-state tour for Sanders. He follows his stop here with rallies in Ohio and Michigan.
There will be lights and cameras on the Monon Trail near Delphi, where Abby Williams and Libby German were murdered in February. A group that wanted to raise $50,000 to help make the area safer was able to raise over three times that much.
The starting bid is $500,000. A southside Muncie motel will be up for an online auction in bankruptcy court after being condemned by the city. The Red Carpet Inn on South Madison Street will go on the block September 12th. The City of Muncie condemned the motel on August 15, claiming it has structural issues […]
The City of Anderson is beginning its 2018 budget proposals today. In it, the Thomas Broderick administration is recommending a 2 percent salary increase for all non-union employees and elected officials while all departments are being asked to hold the line at the same amount as this year. Final adoption of the 2018 budget will […]
It will be called the Fourteen 91 Lofts. Thatâs the hopes of a Wisconsin developer who plans to turn part of the former Borg Warner plant on Kilgore Avenue into a 36-unit apartment complex. Commonwealth Development Corporation is hoping to secure income tax credits to help make the idea a reality.
The developers of the Delaware Court Apartments in downtown Anderson are on track to open the facility by the end of the year. According to the Herald Bulletin, plans include the installation of central heating and air conditioning and using the original plans for the staircase railings and posts at the main entrance. The estimated […]