A man whose body was found on a sidewalk in Lafayette has been identified as a Muncie resident. The Star Press reports 38 year old Joseph Gregg was found at around 7 Thursday morning on a sidewalk on the 200 block of South 14th Street. Police say there were no obvious signs of foul play, […]
New Muncie Community Schools superintendent Steven Baule is meeting the public today after being unanimously approved for the district’s top job Tuesday night. He’s been hired as the 19th superintendent of MCS, reports the Star Press. He was introduced as the lead candidate ten days ago.
A man police say was seen on video slapping a 3 year old boy in the head and face and holding his hand over the boy’s nose and mouth preventing him from breathing, wants out of prison. Elliott Reynolds has been behind bars for 14 months and has completed a substance abuse program. He was […]
Busing for students in Muncie would continue under a waiver for which the district has applied. It would mean about 2.3 million dollars in the transportation fund and without it the district would receive only 350 thousand dollars, reports the Start Press. The waiver was created to help districts with budgets that are hurt by […]
A former worker at the Youth Opportunity Center faces child seduction counts. Police say 25 year old Michael Christopher Allen Brown was charged this week in connection with an incident last September 6th. Prosecutors say Brown touched the leg of a 17 year old boy and made inappropriate comments to him while transporting the teen […]
Cocaine peddling counts face the president of the local chapter of the NAACP. The Star Press reports 49 year old Timothy Miles and according to police he sold cocaine to an undercover agent on a bus owned by MITS, where he also serves as assistant director of transportaiton. Police say it’s the third such deal […]
She was the model for Norman Rockwell’s “Rosie the Riveter,” Mary Doyle Keefe became the symbol of American women working on the home front during World War II. The 92-year-old died this week at her Connecticut home. Rockwell captured the likeness of the petite redhead perfectly, but embellished the muscular upper body.
Restrictions on Internet wine purchases in Indiana may soon be a thing of the past. The Senate has given final approval to a bill repealing the requirement that buyers make one in-person purchase before ordering wine online or by mail. The restriction would be lifted July 1 if Governor Pence signs the measure.
It’s better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler has just under 85-thousand-dollars in his campaign warchest, yet has no opponent at this point in time. He was among the political candidates required, under law, to file thos numbers. He tells the Star Press […]
An Indiana lawmaker is renewing her push to require schools to teach cursive writing. The idea is added to the measure to an education bill that would replace the ISTEP+ exam on Wednesday after a cursive bill sponsored earlier in the session failed. The Indiana State Board of Education eliminated cursive as a requirement for […]