Local Food Bank Beneficiary Of Philanthopy Group

Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana is one of the charitable groups chosen as beneficiaries of the Gene B. Glick Company. It’s awarded more than $300,000 to 50 organizations across eight states that are working to end food insecurity through Glick Philanthropies, a family of charitable entities, funds and initiatives focused on building […]

Training Session Monday For Big Pitch

Monday is the first training camp for the Innovation Connector of Muncie’s fourth annual BIG Idea Pitch competition for local entrepreneurs and innovators to “pitch” their business, business concepts, product or invention to a panel of judges from the business and investment community. There are many very creative and interesting concepts from people in our […]

Man Shot By Unknown Assailant

They tell police they were walking near Kirk Street and Macedonia Thursday, when an unknown man fired on them. Now one mas has been flown to an Indy Hospital as a result. No word on 35 year old Richard Johnson’s condition. Johnson was reportedly walking with his uncle at the time, who wasn’t hit when […]

Sundance Doc Coming To Muncie

Oakwood Center is hosting a screening of the award-winning Sundance documentary LOOK & SEE, a powerful cinematic portrait of Wendell Berry—farmer, activist, and undoubtedly one of America’s most significant living writers. The film will be screened at 3:30 PM on October 14, 2017 at MadJax in Muncie. Director Laura Dunn was awarded the IFC “Truer […]

Sign Of The Season: Simple Gifts Bazaar

The Annual Simple Gifts Bazaar at Friends Memorial Church will take place on Saturday, November 4th, from 8:00am to 2:00pm. The Simple Gifts Bazaar is a large indoor bazaar featuring many handmade arts and crafts, created by talented local artisans. You are sure to find items that will be perfect gifts for you and your […]

Lower Speed Limits Coming To BSU-Area Roads

Can lower speed limits around the Ball State University campus curb accidents and injuries? Those limits for areas around University and McKinley Avenue are being lowered from 30 miles per hour to 20. The action came following a meeting between the city streets head, the mayor and representatives from the school. Campus Police had recommended […]

Ex-Top Cop Sues Muncie, Mayor

The ex- police chief in Muncie is suing the city and the mayor in connection with what he says were strong armed tactics to have him investigate a city employee thought to be cooperating with an FBI probe into corruption in city government. Steve Stewart’s lawsuit was filed Wednesday and says the situaiton subjected him […]