Cats Rescued From Muncie Home

Dozens of cats were rescued from a home in Muncie that The Humane Society labeled an “alleged severe neglect situation.” It happened at a home along West Main Street, where authorities got a search warrant and found many casts in need of veterinary care with respiratory and skin infections and injuries. The cats are currently […]

Shear Diversity Hair Show at Muncie Civic Theatre

Last month, Muncie entrepreneur Krista Sides welcomed the first class of students at the Chameleon College of Beauty Culture, designed to help under-resourced individuals acquire skills in beauty culture. The Muncie Journal reports on October 22, the college will host the Shear Diversity Hair Show at Muncie Civic Theatre to raise funds for scholarships for […]

Man Sentenced In Muncie Police Chase Case

A year behind bars for a man who fled from Muncie police with his baby in his car, leading to a four-vehicle crash. The Star Press reports 20 year old Koen Jae-Allen Graddy had pleaded guilty to neglect of a dependent, a Level 5 felony carrying up to six years in prison.

Mayor’s Arts Awards Nominees Announced

The office of Mayor Ridenour and the Muncie Arts and Culture Council are excited to announce the nominees for the 2021 Mayor’s Arts Awards. The Muncie Journal reports the event recognizes exceptional contributions made to the cultural community by individuals and organizations. The Mayor’s Arts Awards will occur on Friday, November 12th, 2021 at 7:30 […]

Warehousing Facility Has Major Expansion Plans In Anderson

A company that opened a warehousing facility in Anderson three years ago is planning a major expansion. The Herald Bulletin reports City Council has approved a resolution setting a public hearing for the requested seven-year tax abatement for 7 p.m. Nov. 11. If approved, the company would receive a 60% abatement on property taxes for […]

Businessman To Plead Guilty In Corruption Case

November 10th is the date set for a Delaware County businessman to plead guilty to bank fraud. The Star Press reports the charge stems from a federal investigation of corruption in then-Mayor Dennis Tyler’s administration. Jeffrey Burke would be sentenced at the conclusion of the same hearing. He is accused of obtaining a bank loan […]

Anderson Property Owner On The Clock For Clean Up

They’ll have to work fast…the owner of 2529 E 6th Street in Anderson has until October 25th to clean up his property or plans to demolish it will move forward. The Herald Bulletin reports there has been some progress made in removing debris from the front and back of the property but there is plenty […]

Muncie Man Gets Two Years In Lodge Break In

Two years behind bars for a Muncie man for his role in a break-in at a hunting lodge in northeastern Delaware County. The Star Press reports 35 year old Daniel Wilson Jr. had pleaded guilty to burglary in connection to the break in in February of last year. Two televisions were taken but an attempt […]

BSU Homecoming Next Week

Ball State University is celebrating 95 years of Homecoming next week, with festivities beginning Monday, Oct. 18, through the Cardinal football team’s Oct. 23 home matchup against rival Miami University at Scheumann Stadium. The Muncie Journal reports the theme for this year’s Homecoming is “Fly Your Way Back Home,” based on the challenges of the […]