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It may be more difficult to operate one of those cash-for-gold businesses in Indiana. In a law that took effect with the new year, all stores that offer cash payments for gold jewelry or other types of gold have to register with the Secretary of State‘s Office and pay a registration fee of $100. The law was passed by the General Assembly last year with the aim of helping police catch jewelry thieves who quickly cash in what they stole at cash-for-gold businesses, which have become ubiquitous in some neighborhoods.
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The USDA now says a beef recall is larger than first suspected. The agency says the tainted beef from California reached over 30 states – including Indiana. The beef was sold throughout 36 businesses across the state and a few here in EC Indiana including Harvest Supermarket in Anderson, Strough’s Super Market in Fortville and […]10.03.14
Daytime construction begins in Frankton today. Crews will be working on a combined pavement and enhancement project along State Road 128/Sigler Street. During daytime hours, Sigler will be restricted to a single lane between Center Street and 11th Street.10.03.14
More improvements are planned for Muncie’s downtown. The Muncie Sanitary District has signed off on an agreement to work with the City on downtown projects; mainly infrastructure improvements in a five-block area of Walnut Street — between Main and Charles streets — where improvements to sanitary sewers are also planned. The agreement also requires the […]