The City of Muncie is accepting applications for Crossing Guards. The position is a part time position and pays $10.10 an hour. Applications may be submitted to the Human Resources Department on 2nd Floor of City Hall at 300 N. High Street, Muncie.
The Town of Yorktown is holding a public ribbon-cutting and grand opening event for the new Town Hall. The ribbon-cutting will be at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14 with an “open house” to follow. Town offices and personnel moved into the new building Nov. 4. Located in downtown, the new Town Hall brings several town […]
Charges of credit card fraud and embezzlement faced a Campbell County woman, and now a Lynchburg judge has found her guilty of those charges. Brandi Floyd was also charged with financial exploitation of a mentally incapacitated individual, but those counts were dropped. Police alleged she had taken several credit cards from a victim and used […]
A Muncie man is accused of throwing eggs at a woman and threatening to kill her. 52 year old James Caudill was charged with intimidation, domestic battery and resisting law enforcement during the incident that unfolded at a hom on the 500 block of East Jackson Street.
A man left injured in a Sunday night crash in Henry County man has died. 49 year old William Pierce lll of New Castle was pronounced dead at the hospital after his pick up crashed on US 40 and Henry County Road 700-E. Pierce suffered head and internal injuries.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Muncie is grateful to have accepted the League of E.A.G.L.E.S award for the Boys & Girls Club Midwest region at ceremonies recently held in Chicago. In order to receive the League of E.A.G.L.E.S Award, the organization must have at least 95% engagement by the Board of Directors. This engagement […]
A man who police say tried to rob another man and take his bike and medication in Anderson is under arrest. Police allege 46 year old Joshua Swan of Anderson was reportedly trying to help the victim find his wallet outside PharmaSave on Scatterfield Road, but then demanded his phone and meds and bicycle. A […]
Two people claim Muncie Police improperly used the Indiana Data and Communications System to perform background checks on them. Jennifer and James Wallen make the claim in a lawsuit being filed. Attornies representing the pair are seeking class action status. Those checks are only supposed to be run during criminal investigations.
Concannon’s on Walnut Street is closing. The bakery at 620 N. Walnut is closed as of Monday and the owners are asking patrons to use their Baker Lane location instead. According to the Star Press, Michael Concannon, whose parents started the business back in 1959, said the decision was difficult and that walk in business […]
Matt Howell, member of the Muncie Rotary Club, was named Rotarian of the 2018-19 year in Rotary International District 6560. Howell received the award for his service in Rotary brand and public relations efforts by developing the district website and utilizing social media platforms by documenting in photos and words the many District activities, events, […]