YMCA has hired Jason Adamowicz as Vice President of Operations. He’ll be responsible for providing operational support and leadership to four membership facilities, Apple Tree Child Development Center and Camp Crosley YMCA. He came to Muncie to start attending Ball State in 1995. He’ll also oversee staff development.
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Authorities say they recovered two bodies from water a few blocks apart in Fort Wayne in what are considered separate incidents. The deaths weren’t immediately linked to heavy rainfall that sparked flash flooding in Fort Wayne, but the recovery of one of the bodies from the Maumee River was made more difficult by high, swift-moving water. The other was found during a search for a missing fisherman in a pond.
Foodie Fridays starts downtown a week from today. Muncie Downtown Development Partnership and LifeStream Services organize the event which runs til the end of July. The Muncie Journal reports food trucks, activities for children, and live entertainment will take place on these days from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Canan Commons. Kids’ activities are sponsored by Muncie Public Library and the Muncie YWCA.
YMCA has hired Jason Adamowicz as Vice President of Operations. He’ll be responsible for providing operational support and leadership to four membership facilities, Apple Tree Child Development Center and Camp Crosley YMCA. He attended Ball State to start attending Ball State. He’ll also oversee staff development.
An Anderson motel owner died Thursday in a fall. Police say 70 year old Natvarlal Patel was doing some repairs on the roof of the Economy Inn when he apparently lost his balance and fell. Police pronounced him dead at the scene. Authorities say an autopsy will determine whether Patel had any underlying medical conditions that may have contributed to his death.
A long-time Anderson school teacher has been arrested for leaving the scene of an accident. 52-year-old Rebecca Vannatta has a recent history of run-ins with the law. No bond was set for failure to appear and a $3,000 bond was set for leaving the scene of an accident where there was property damage.
Two teenagers have been arrested after they allegedly pointed a handgun during a dispute. Skyler McDaniel and Mackenzie Minton, both 18, have been charged with pointing a firearm, intimidation and carrying a handgun without a license. McDaniel was being held in the Delaware County jail under a $12,500 bond, while Minton’s bond was set at $10,000.
Two people were taken to the hospital with injuries suffered in an accident on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Anderson on Thursday morning. Investigators say the crash involving a Blazer and a Dodge truck left two people temporarily trapped, but they were quickly extricated and taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.
If you steal your rival’s campaign signs, you’ll probably end up footing the bill — just ask Hamilton County Councilman Jeff Hern. He pleaded guilty this week to stealing Councilman Rick McKinney’s campaign signs last April. Hern must pay $891 to cover the cost of the signs and write his fellow councilman an apology letter.
A temporary contractor has been hired to get the Alexandria clerk-treasurer’s office back on track. City council voted 6-1 in favor of a contract with Reedy Financial Group that will go week to week. In terms of compensation, it would range from $75 to $150 per hour. The former clerk-treasurer Amie Hood resigned a few weeks ago after just a month in office.