Filed Under: ECI News
As the community considers which Muncie Community Schools buildings should stay open and which ones should close, one has been left off the list – the Muncie Fieldhouse. School Board President Beverly Kelley says the building should be “on the table.”
And that’s one of the reasons why the board is having the town hall meetings, to get ideas that haven’t been considered. Decreases in enrollment and state funding means the district is looking for big ways to cut costs. The final town hall meeting is set for Oct. 8 at Central High School.
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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 […]