Foul Play Not Suspected In Woman’s Death In Anderson

Anderson police said there is no suspicion of foul play in the death of Katoria Owens, who was found dead in the 3300 block of Morton Street on Sunday. The Herald Bulletin reports officers found the 39-year-old woman unresponsive in the front yard of a nearby residence. An autopsy was done but results could take […]

Man Charged In Deadly Muncie Shooting

Three people were arrested, one charged with murder in a Muncie shooting Sunday. The Muncie paper reports 52 year old Timothy Lee Hahn was pronounced dead at the scene of the shooting on the 1500 block of South Rochester Avenue. 54-year-old Kenneth Ray Burden of Muncie, who had arrived at an address along Rochester Avenue […]

Indiana Housing Market Update

The Indiana Housing Market update for 2021 has been posted by the Indiana Association of Realtors. MuncieJournal.com reports for the year 2021 Muncie/Yorktown showed impressive results to advance up 3 spots to the 17th most active large real estate market (by number of sales) in the state.

Muncie Arts And Culture Council Nabs Grant From NEA

The Muncie Arts and Culture Council is one of 15 Indiana non-profit arts organizations and cultural programming providers to receive a 2022 Arts Project grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. MuncieJournal.com reports MuncieArts received a matching $30,000 Arts Project Grant to support its PlySpace Residency Program.

Report: Solar Farm Will Benefit School District

A new solar farm in northwest Delaware County will provide a windfall in revenue to Wes Del Community Schools with no harmful impact to the land or to neighbors’ property values. MuncieJournal.com reports the property tax revenue for the school system is part of $32 million in property tax revenue for Delaware County over 35 […]

South Madison Elementary Schools Go Virtual

South Madison Community Schools officials have moved district elementary schools to hybrid in-person/remote instruction and secondary schools to all-virtual instruction due to the COVID-19 surge in Madison County. The Herald Bulletin reports the district also is offering free COVID-19 rapid testing, which will produce results in 15 minutes, for students and staff.

Coroner Seeks Help ID’ing Man’s Next Of Kin

The Delaware County coroner’s office is seeking the public’s help in finding family members of a Muncie man who died Wednesday. 71 year old James Lester Evans died of natural causes at his home in the 800 block of South Shipley Street. The Muncie paper reports anyone with information on Evans’ survivors is asked to […]

Red-Tail Conservancy Wins Grant

The MTN DEW Outdoor Grants program awards money to organizations championing the great outdoors across the United States. Muncie’s Red-tail conservancy was one of the winners, receiving a $5,000 grant. Grant recipients were selected based on their efforts to protect and preserve the outdoors and how they help people get outside—whether through outdoor conservation, participation […]

Pendleton Man Charged With Kidnapping

A Pendleton man has been charged with five felony counts including kidnapping, burglary and strangulation. The Herald Bulletin reports 36 year old Prosper Muromo allegedly broke into the house of a woman on the 9700 block of West Constellation Drive where he grabbed a heavy glass candlestick holder and started punching her. Police say the […]

Madison County Board Receives Jail Study

The Madison County Board of Commissioners has received the study about construction of a new county jail facility with an estimated cost of $87 million. According to the Herald Bulletin, the commissioners have set a public hearing about the jail study for 11 a.m. Feb. 1 in the council chambers of the Madison County Government […]