• MCS Keeping Up With The Changes

    Muncie Community School officials say it’s time to upgrade the district’s technology. Earlier this year, one of the district’s two Internet providers “went down.” Teachers are using iPads more so the network has had trouble keeping up. A consultant has been hired to conduct an audit.

  • A Tragedy On Two Wheels

    A woman died and a man was seriously hurt in a motorcycle accident in Madison County. The motorcyclists, who were traveling in a group, trying to pass others when they lost control on a curve. The motorcycle driven by the man hit a speed limit sign, ejecting the driver and the passenger.

  • Roll-Over Crash Near Delta High School

    Two people were injured in a rollover crash Monday afternoon near Delta High School. Shortly after noon a car left County Road 200E, rolling over near a drain culvert. Two of the car’s occupants were transported to IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital for examination, but injuries were not believed to be serious.

  • Judges Nixes Whittington Motion To Suppress

    A Blackford County judge has denied a motion by the lawyer of a man accused of killing a Hartford City father and his daughter. Judge Dean Young denied a motion to suppress a statement made to police by Charles R Whittington. Blackford County Prosecutor Kevin Basey said he objected to the suppression motion, saying, “I’m […]

  • Hoosiers Helping In South Carolina

    Indiana Red Cross volunteers are help residents affected by historical flooding. Volunteers are assisting in shelters–feeding people and making sure everyone stays dry. The 1,000-year rain event has set records all over the state, flooding entire towns. At least six people have died from the floods in South Carolina since the rain began to fall […]

  • Solar Power Headed To Anderson

    The Indiana Municipal Power Agency is seeking a 10-year tax abatement to construct a solar electric generating facility on the northeast corner of Rangeline Road and Indiana 32. The property is owned by the Anderson Airport. The Anderson City Council set to consider the issue on Thursday.

  • A Push To Live In Downtown Muncie

    The Muncie Downtown Development Partnership would like to see more people move into the heart of the city. Fewer than 1,000 people live in the core of Muncie’s downtown right now. But city officials say their goal is to greatly increase the number of people living there. The Muncie Redevelopment Commission says it will continue […]

  • INDOT Warns Of “Deer Season”

    INDOT is urging you to stay alert as deer become more active in fall months on Indiana’s highways. Nearly 50 percent of all vehicle crashes involving deer occur between October and December. Deer are generally more active in late October into early November. And with many farmers harvesting crops, deer are on the move.

  • $600 Million Investment Coming To Indy

    Rolls-Royce announced plans to invest nearly $600 million in its Indianapolis operations and research over the next five years. Rolls-Royce’s investment is the company’s largest in the U.S. since buying the former Allison Engine Company in 1995 and will be used to modernize and upgrade its Indianapolis operations.

  • MCS Students To Attend Leadership Academy

    Twenty-seven Muncie Central High School students have been selected to participate in the CHICK-FIL-A LEADERSHIP ACADEMY. The leadership academy is a nationally recognized high school program focused on impact through action. Read the details at Muncie Journal dot com.