What started as a bold idea is now a reality for the Jay School Corporation. The district has now placed several biometric safes with guns inside at each of its eight schools. A select group of teachers and staff at each school was vetted by the sheriff’s office and trained on how to use the […]
An update to a story we told you about first, just moments after it happened. ISP State Trooper Andrew Atwell is recovering from injuries sustained in a crash early Wednesday morning – after a pickup truck rear-ended his cruiser. Atwell was conscious and alert but complaining of back pain. The other driver was not injured, […]
It’s a chance for you to speak on the subject of a new jail in Delaware County. A grassroots public assembly is set for this Saturday at noon by the bell in front of the Delaware County Justice Center. Organizers say the meeting is for citizens to speak their minds about the project, something they […]
Contractors are being asked to submit bids for the repaving of 53rd Street. The Anderson Board of Public Works has set a bid date of March 19 to repave 53rd Street from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Scatterfield Road. The city received a $1 million Community Crossroads grant for the resurfacing and has […]
Meridian Health Services and Madison County Community Health Center have combined forces and are now known as Meridian Health Services – Madison County. Both boards of directors believe that the merger will provide greater access, quality of care, expanded services, and patient satisfaction.
It’s been more than 30 years since Muncie had a Dunkin’ Donuts, but that is about to change. The chain has announced that it plans to remodel the former Burger King on Tillotson Avenue as the new Muncie home for Dunkin’. The franchise co-owner says a timeline for the project has yet to be determined.
Former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft will speak at Anderson University. Ashcroft will first hold a public address on March 6 at 7:30 p.m. in York Performance Hall and will then speak at chapel on March 7 at 11 a.m. in Reardon Auditorium.
WTHR 13 Investigates reporter and Ball State alumna Sandra Chapman will be the keynote speaker at the university’s 2019 Sunshine Week activities. Chapman will share her experiences in the multi-year investigation into a childhood cancer cluster in Johnson County. Chapman will be speaking at Ball State at 7 p.m. on March 12, at the University’s […]
Workshops, screenings and an awards presentation for Taylor student filmmakers will highlight the 2019 Envision Film Festival at Taylor University, scheduled for March 7-9. Los Angeles producers & directors Dan and Peggy Rupple and film director & producer Avril Speaks will be the festival’s three honored guests.
Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana has scheduled an extra food distribution tailgate. It will take place later this morning from 8-10am in the Muncie Mall east side parking lot. Tailgates are not possible without the help of dedicated volunteers. Contact Second Harvest and ask for Kellie Arrowood if you would like to […]