Streets, roads and highways are slick and hazardous this morning. Travel advisories are in effect for some counties with yesterday’s snow becoming today’s treacherous travel. There are school delays.
A bad batch of heroin is to blame for more than a dozen overdoses and three deaths in Muncie. Workers at the Delaware County Emergency Response Center say they usually take an average of 3 overdose calls each day, but 16 calls in three days was a huge jump from they’re used to receiving.
Police say- even after the completed autopsy – there are still few leads in the shooting death of a Muncie man. The autopsy was completed this week, but the only clues it yielded were that 38-year-old Joseph Lamar Johnson was shot many times when he was gunned down outside his South Pershing Drive home early […]
A $20,000 payment to the owner of a downtown riverfront property in Muncie has been approved. It’s thought to be an additional step in the mayor’s proposed $48-million White River Canal District plan. The check is being cut to Ratchford Properties LLC, but there are no further details. What is known is that even before […]
The former General Motors Plant 20 in Anderson has been purchased by a company from China. The location at 38th Street was bought by Sutong China Tire Resources. The company plans to use the site to service the utility & RV trailer industry, along with large retail chain stores and independent tire retailers. Anywhere from […]
It’s come down to three options for funding the replacement of Anderson’s Eisenhower Bridge. The county received a $13.5 million federal grant last year to pay the majority of the costs, but the county must come up with $5.2 million. The Capital Improvements Committee of the Madison County Council is recommending either borrowing $4 million […]
The City of Anderson has reached four-year contract agreements with the Fraternal Order of Police and United Auto Workers Local 1963. The contracts include pay increases of 3 percent this year, 2 percent the next and again in 2019, and with another 3 percent raise in 2020. The administration of Anderson Mayor Tom Broderick Jr. […]
General Cable Corporation, one of the largest wire and cable manufacturing companies in the world, has announced plans to expand its operations in Grant County, investing more than $18 million and creating up to 30 new jobs. General Cable’s Marion, Indiana-based manufacturing facility has been in operation for 20 years.
The former Anderson Township trustee’s office in downtown is being turned over to the not-for-profit arm of JobSource. County Attorney Jeff Graham recommended transferring the 14th Street and Central Avenue property directly from the trustee to the not for profit. The measure will be finalized in two weeks.
You’re going to need a license for that chicken. The Elwood City Council has approved an ordinance that will allow residents to own up to six female chickens. However, the ninth amendment to the ordinance will require owners to pay an annual fee of $5 per chicken. Officials say that’s to allow for the inspection […]