A deadly weekend in Delaware County: A Muncie man is dead after a boat accident on Prairie Creek Reservoir. 71-year-old Leonard Anderson was thrown into the lake after a collision between two boats. The coroner says it’s unclear if Anderson had drowned or died as a result of injuries.
A Muncie man is dead after he was twice run-over at a northside tavern. Police say 44-year-old Matthew Smith was pronounced dead after being struck in the parking lot of Cheers early Saturday morning. Police have located the car but are still looking for the driver.
An Anderson firefighter is recuperating after he sustained injuries while battling a house fire early Saturday morning. Crews were called to extinguish a blaze on Fairview Street. One member of the fire crew suffered burns to his ear and cheek while fighting the flames that did about 40-thousand dollars in damage.
He denies being responsible for it, but Harry Holding has cleaned up a massive tire dump at the site of his family’s former auto salvage business at 3100 N. Buckles Street. That site, reports the Star Press, was believed to have held some 41,000 old tires plus some car parts along with batteries and auto […]
He’s accused of killing his long-time friend. 25-year-old Austin Frawley has been arrested on suspicion of killing 33-year-old Pendleton resident Michael Beard. Frawley was apprehended in Anderson where he was charged with murder.
Muncie police are no longer “chalking” tires to see how long you’ve been parked. Due, in part, to a federal court ruling that claims the practice is unconstitutional. Now MPD parking enforcement is using License Plate Recognition software to perform the task.
Delta High School will receive $190,000 in grant funding over the next five years to mentor other high schools beginning Early College programs. Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning will establish a Rural Early College Network to help rural Indiana schools more quickly implement the Early College high school model.
Indiana’s largest, free FAFSA filing event is now just two weeks away. On November 3rd, at 37 sites across Indiana, financial aid experts will once again help Hoosier families file the most important form for free money for college. This is the 31st year for College Goal Sunday in Indiana, an event that has helped […]
The Association of Indiana Counties has announced that Madison County Coroner Marian Dunnichay has received the 2019 Outstanding County Coroner Award. The award recognized her contributions made to county government throughout her years of public service. Dunnichay has been affiliated with the Coroner’s Office for 29 years as Coroner or Chief Deputy. She was the […]
Cornerstone Center for the Arts ‘Community Halloween Party’ is set for October 24 @ 4:00 – 6:00 pm. Tricks and treats will be had on Thursday to children and families of all ages and is free to attend. Costumes are encouraged, but not required.