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Officials with the city of Anderson are proposing a new Ivy Tech Community College campus be located downtown, instead of the spot previously announced by the college. Anderson is offering two alternatives. One is in a former shopping center and the other is a location Mayor Kevin Smith says would save Ivy Tech on development costs, compared to the present plan. The city estimates it would cost more than $8 million for the location close to the interstate, while the paper reports Ivy Tech East Central Region Chancellor Andy Bowne believes infrastructure costs would total about $1 million. He adds that final state approval is slated for the end of next month if the school is to be open by its 2015 target.
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Delaware County Treasurer John Dorer faces an initial hearing Friday morning on more than 40 felony charges accusing him of repeatedly failing to deposit county money on time. Dorer faces a single theft charge accusing him of taking money from a cash drawer. But most of the charges accuse him of violating the law requiring […]16.04.14
Authorities continue to investigate the discovery of a body Sunday evening in western Henry County. Sheriff Butch Baker says the body, reportedly that of a man, was found in Montgomery Creek, near the 4000 block of South Grant City Road by a passerby. Information has not been released concerning any apparent cause of death. Henry […]16.04.14
The city of Muncie is again declaring the Budget Inn motel at 2000 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive unfit for human habitation. Building Commissioner Craig Nichols declared the motel a dangerous structure and ordered it to be vacated within 10 days and then demolished. The order will displace the residents of about 15 rooms […]