Indiana’s Senators and Rep. Susan Brooks have joined others on Capitol Hill criticizing President Trump’s summit with Russia’s Valdimir Putin. The Senators Joe Donnelly, Todd Young and Rep. Brooks said the U.S. must insure the integrity of elections. Both Young and Donnelly added that the president should stand up to Putin who is seeking to […]
A new principal at Southside Middle School: Michael Sullivan brings 25 years of experience as an educator, 14 as administrator. He was most recently assistant principal at New Augusta Public Academy in Pike Township, Indianapolis. The new Muncie Community Schools Board says twenty-seven people applied for the position, and four were interviewed.
Some tense moments in the town of Ingalls: A construction vehicle hit a natural gas line at about noon Tuesday. It happened just outside the police department. Officials cordoned off the area while workers capped the leak. No injuries reported.
Delaware County Commissioners unanimously voted against rezoning three acres at the northwest corner of SR67 and County Road 400 S. for business use. Neighbors, believing it was to be a future Dollar General, spoke against it during the meeting, citing traffic concerns and fearing that liquor stores and flea markets would follow.
Officials say it was three blown transformers that left parts of Madison County without power Tuesday. The outage area was bordered by East Hartman Road, North Madison Avenue, East 5th Street and Alexandria Pike. More than 1,500 people were affected.
It’s a done deal. Anderson’s Hoosier Park and Shelbyville’s Indiana Grand horseracing casinos have a new owner. Caesars Entertainment has finalized the $1.7 billion purchase from Indianapolis-based Centaur Gaming. Hoosier Park shut down at 2am Monday for the switch-over. They re-opened at noon.
Today, Noblesville officials are expected to announce details of the Capital Improvement Plan for 2018-2023. It involves projects including road infrastructure improvements, mixed-use development and public safety.
The Leadership Academy of Madison County has added Carrie Bale as their new Executive Director. Bale was the first executive director of Delaware County’s ‘By 5’ early childhood development program. The Leadership Academy’s chair David Dodd says Bale will step into the new role on August 20.
The next Muncie Moonlight Movie is this Saturday night. Family activities start at 6 and at 8pm 2017’s Beauty and the Beast will be shown on a new digital screen. Moonlight Movies is sponsored by Wealth Strategies, produced by Sight and Sound and held at Canan Commons in downtown Muncie.
It was a manhunt that ended with the arrest of a convicted sex offender. 30-year-old Christopher Moto was the subject of that search after a woman reported that he sexually assaulted her. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office says Moto was wanted for failing to register as a sex offender and not returning to lawful detention.