A pro-life student organization has filed a lawsuit against Ball State University for denying funds from the student activity fees. Students for Life’s suit alleges the university is playing favorites with whom receives funding and that it’s stifling free speech. It also says that the Student Activity Fee Committee has sweeping authority to refuse funding […]
Anderson city officials are planning to expand the biking and hiking trails along the White River to the East to link up with the Rangeline Nature Preserve. This year, Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. will spend 200-thousand-dollars to make further repairs to the trail and clear a path from Edgewater Park to Scatterfield Road.
A jury has convicted a Muncie pain clinic doctor on three counts each of forgery and prescription-related registration offenses. The Delaware Circuit Court jury deliberated less than an hour before finding William Hedrick of Fort Wayne guilty of the six counts. His sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 9.
A former registered nurse with Community Hospital Anderson is facing disciplinary actions. 30-year-old Christopher Surface, of Fishers, is accused of releasing a body to a funeral home without the family’s consent and other infractions. A complaint from the Indiana Attorney General’s office has been filed by the Indiana State Board of Nursing.
The second water tower at the former BorgWarner plant has come down. Brad Collins recorded a video of the demolition and posted it to social media this week. The Muncie Redevelopment Commission says demolition and removal will finish in another year.
A large chunk of money raised from Tax Increment Financing through the Muncie Development Commission has gone to pay for city streets and public safety. The Star Press reports Mayor Tyler allocated $8.6 million dollars in all for city expenses including more than $5 million for road projects and another $1.3 million for police and […]
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson has announced the voter turnout in the May 2018 primaries. 20 percent or almost 900-thousand of Indiana’s 4.4-million registered voters participated. Nearly the same percentage voted in the 2010 primary while only 13 percent did so in 2014.
Auto transmission maker BorgWarner says it is nearly done moving about 300 employees into a new technical center in Noblesville. The workers are coming from BorgWarner facilities in Anderson and Pendleton. Company and local officials held a ceremony Thursday to mark construction of the Noblesville facility.
Open Door Health Services announces that Suzanne Clem has joined the Open Door team as Director of Community Awareness. At Open Door, Suzanne’s responsibilities include guiding the organization’s communications strategy to improve awareness of the services they offer. More details at Muncie Journal dot com.
The Land Conservation Fund project has secured more than 300 acres of land here. The fund was created to preserve and protect important conservation and recreation areas throughout Delaware County or those owned by Delaware County groups. This year, Red-tail Land Conservancy received $155,000 from the Land Conservation Fund to support the purchase of a […]