Wayne County families who want school supply aid for next year have a deadline to meet. Applications for aid from the Salvation Army are due this Friday, June 17th. Applications must be made in person at 707 South A Street in Richmond for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade.
Training sessions start next week for those wishing to volunteer for this year’s Colts Camp. You must be at least 18 and complete & submit a volunteer application. For more information about the Indianapolis Colts Training Camp at Anderson University, visit: anderson.edu/colts
An on-duty Madison County Sheriff’s deputy was involved Thursday in a crash with a car that caused damage to both vehicles. The deputy decided to make a U-turn near Fifth Street and Milton Avenue, striking the vehicle. The Herald Bulletin reports that an investigation will take place to determine whether there was any wrongdoing on […]
A Yorktown man was involved in a crash with a semi carrying large cut tree lumber on Indiana 32. The crash late Thursday morning happened west of Nebo Road and happened when the truck driver signaled he was turning right and a car tried to pass him on the right. The man’s car was wedged […]
Two men arrested by the Muncie Police for allegedly selling heroin. Timothy Ellison and Derek Dickey were picked up during a raid on a house in the 600 block of North Mulberry Street. Ellison has a previous drug conviction from two years ago and Dickey was convicted of dealing in 2013. Both are in Delaware […]
He says he was hallucinating when he pulled out a pocket knife and stabbed another high school student in the head. 17-year-old Troy Olen Fogle is facing a standard nine-year prison term as part of a plea agreement. Sentencing for the Yorktown teen is set for July 13th.
In Anderson, a man who serves as a board member for a domestic violence program has been arrested for suspected domestic battery. Vern Pflugh Jr. resigned from his board position and says he is being falsely accused. His estranged wife told police he barged into her unlocked apartment demanding to see their infant son and […]
Alexandria Community Schools have named Melissa Brisco as the district’s next Superintendent. The 47-year-old Alexandria native graduated from the Jr. Sr. High in 1987. She earned two master degrees in strategic management and educational administration and her doctorate from Indiana University. Brisco begins her job in the top educator spot on July first.
James Noble was one of 43 men who drafted and signed the Indiana state constitution, laying the groundwork for statehood six months later. A wreath-laying at Noblesville City Hall to honor the city’s namesake is the first in a series of ceremonies in 32 Indiana cities over the next three weeks.
Leaders of Hamilton County’s four city governments are reflecting on what their successors will need. The mayors of Fishers, Westfield and Noblesville joined Carmel’s economic development director and Hamilton County Commissioner Christine Altman to address current and past classes of the Hamilton County Leadership Academy.