Filed Under: ECI News
This summer wasn‘t good for teen job hunters. The U.S. Labor Department reports that less than 33-percent of 16- to 19-year-old job seekers got jobs this summer. That figure is about the same as it was this time last year. Before the recession, more than 40 percent of teens found summer jobs. Ball State University Economics Professor Dr. Cecil Bohanon blames that on lack of economic growth, lack of inflation and mainly the “high” minimum wage that kept teens out of the market.
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A new partnership has been announced between two organizations that are committed to children receiving the most efficient, effective medical care possible. IU Health Ball Memorial Physicians, located at 205 North Tillotson Avenue in Muncie will begin collaborating with Meridian Health Services later this summer and will be renamed Meridian Health Pediatrics. The partnership with […]23.04.14
An officer suspected of causing a deadly accident while driving on prescription pills will not be paid during his administrative leave. The Herald Bulletin reports that the Edgewood Town Council has voted unanimously on the decision to halt the salary of Officer James D. Foutch, who was already suspended from duty since the accident on […]23.04.14
It’s a push to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft. Collection sites will be set up for expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. This service is free and anonymous with no questions asked. Citizens wishing to participate in the program may drop off their prescription drugs at any Indiana State Police Post throughout the state […]