Filed Under: ECI News
First it was the snow. And then it was the power. Thousands of Muncie residents were left in the dark early yesterday when power lines were knocked out of service by heavy snow on tree limbs. The largest affected area was a section in northwest Muncie. The Royerton and Selma areas were also affected, bringing the total outage to about 3,000 Delaware County residents.
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Nearly a dozen schools from East Central Indiana have been named as Four Star Schools. Each year, the Indiana Department of Education recognizes schools that perform in the upper 25th percentile of schools in three ISTEP-based categories. Local schools among those honored are: Daleville Junior-Senior High School, Yorktown High School, Eaton Elementary School, Wapahani High […]17.04.14
Funeral services took place Wednesday for the Anderson father killed in a violent car crash involving an off-duty police officer. 23-year-old Jesse Sperry was a passenger in a car that was rear-ended by a sport utility vehicle driven by Edgewood officer James Foutch. Sperry‘s pregnant wife, Rebecca was driving the car. The baby was delivered […]17.04.14
Officials in Henry County say they have now positively identified the body found Sunday night in the area of Montgomery Creek, just off of Grant City Road in southwestern Henry County. An autopsy has identified the man as 23-year-old Zackery D. Soots of Indianapolis. The case is now being investigated as a homicide, and investigators […]