Fireworks display draws complaints from residents

THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS AND SAFTEY HAS ACCEPTED RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE FIREWORKS DISPLAY DURING A CARNIVAL LAST SATURDAY.  BOARD PRESIDENT ELIZABETH DE-VOE SAYS SEVERAL RESIDENTS COMPLAINED ABOUT BEING AWAKENED BY THE NOISE OF THE FIREWORKS LATE IN THE NIGHT. THE CARNIVAL WAS HELD AT A COMMUTER PARKING LOT NEAR BETHEL AVENUE AS PART OF […]

200 plus inmates transferred to other prisions

In the wake of Tuesday’s riot at the New Castle Correctional facility, more than 200 inmates from Aizona and Indiana were sent to other prisons across the state. 69 of the inmates from arizona were sent to the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility south of Terre Haute.  123 Indiana inmates were moved to the Reception and […]

Sewer project in Muncie underway

Work on a five million dollar sewer project in Muncie has begun.  The Muncie sanitary district held a public hearing yesterday to discuss the bond issued to finance the project.  Twelve projects around the city will be added to help reduce flooding in an area on Muncie’s south east side.

Indiana State Police officers honored in ceremony

More than 100 state police officers received awards in a ceremony yesterday for dedication, bravery and devotion to the department and the citizens of Indiana.  Indiana state police superintendent Paul Whitesell says he felt the need to honor the achievements and deeds of self-sacrifice of officers that go without proper recognition.   Among the awards given […]

Indianapolis man ruled 'competent' to stand trial for shooting

An Indianapolis man who police say shot four co-workers in January was ruled competent to stand trail.  24-year-old Jason Burnam allegedly opened fire at the crossroads industrial services on January 11th, injuring four people.  Burnam is charged with four counts of aggravated batter, as well as a felony and misdemeanor charge.  Police say he shot […]