House Guest Accused Of Assaulting Host

A Muncie man who allowed 36-year-old Raymond Gonzales to stay at his home, became a victim of Gonzales, say police. The resident told Gonzales he could no longer stay in his home on East Memorial Drive and when Gonzales came to pick up some things on Saturday, he’s accused of striking the man with shotgun […]

Anderson Zones 35 Acres As Industrial

With the hope of future development the Anderson Plan Commission has approved a zoning of 35 acres near the Flagship Industrial Park. The Herald Bulletin reports that the commission will designate industrial zoning for the property on the northeast corner of Layton Road and West 73rd Street.

Lawsuit Dismissed; Dillinger To Remain Buried

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against Crown Hill Cemetery by the family of notorious gangster John Dillinger. Some members of Dillinger’s family had hoped to have Dillinger’s remains exhumed by the end of the month. The exhumation had originally been scheduled as part of a documentary for the History Channel that the cable […]

Fisher-Shafer Holiday Pops Concert Saturday

The annual Fisher-Shafer Holiday Pops Concert happens this Saturday, December 7 at 4 Emens Auditorium. The concert will feature holiday musical classics performed by the Muncie Symphony Orchestra and the Youth Symphony Orchestra of East Central Indiana and Ball State University Singers will be special guests. Actors from Muncie Civic Theatre will perform some […]

National News Of Note

The House Judiciary Committee today holds its first open hearing as part of the impeachment inquiry – with testimony expected from a panel of constitutional scholars.   President Trump participates in a NATO plenary session, has bilateral meetings with leaders of Germany, Denmark and Italy, and then holds a news conference before heading back to […]