Grant County Emergency Management officials have downgraded to a travelers advisory only. Residents can travel to and from work, for a medical emergency or to obtain necessary supplies. Meanwhile Marion officials say neighborhood streets will be plowed by Friday.
Around 1,360 Indiana-Michigan Power customers on Muncie’s northwest side lost electricity Tuesday morning. A problem at the Wes-Del substation was blamed. The outage was bound by Wheeling Avenue on the east, roughly McGalliard Road on the south, Delaware County Road 500 North on the north and Morrison Road on the east.
The Indiana Department of Transportation continues to work on the interstates, state and U.S. highways. Spokesman Will Wingfield says the winds associated with the blizzard hampered their efforts, but things got much better as the winds subsided. In many cases trucks worked in tandem to plow the snow off the roads. Muncie snow removal efforts […]
Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith says the citys snow emergency is over as of 6 a.m. Thursday. Madison County officials will meet at 11 a.m. to discuss a continuation or suspension of the emergency status in unincorporated areas.
Fire damaged a Marion home late Tuesday night as the blizzard ended. The cause of the blaze at 1001 East 29th Street is still under investigation. It apparently began in the basement and was accidental in nature. There were no injuries.
State highway crews are making extensive progress in clearing I-69 in Madison and Hamilton counties of ice and snow. They say the morning commute should be somewhat close to normal Thursday morning.
Anderson is getting another new business. Connecticut Electric Incorporated is moving its headquarters to the city. The company manufactures and distributes electrical products for the residential/do it yourself, heating ventilation and air conditioning commercial and retail web sites. The company will locate its offices in its warehousing operation at the Glazer building on Broadway. The […]
Hamilton County officials have attributed the death of a man to the blizzard. Dennis Cook, 58, was found unconscious in his truck parked along Florida Road near Geist Reservoir. Officials think he had a heart attack while plowing snow.
The National Weather Service says the Muncie area picked up eleven inches of snow during the blizzard. Thats the third-highest amount of snow since World War Two. 13 inches fell in late November of 1950 and the Blizzard of 1978 dropped huge amounts of snow on the city.
The look of downtown Carmel will begin to change even more next month. Thats when construction is scheduled to begin on the City Center theater and adjacent buildings.