Gaston Gets Grant For Covered Shelter

The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc., through the Town of Gaston Endowment Fund, is awarding a grant totaling $1,700 to Cardinal Greenway Inc. to install a covered shelter at the Gaston trailhead. This will make the Cardinal Greenway safer by giving people a place to escape inclement weather and offer a place […]

Additional Dollars For Riverside Trail Project

Delaware Advancement Corporation and the City of Muncie are announcing that additional funds have been secured to provide enhancements to the Riverside trail project. The project team has worked to find resources to address their concerns. Among the issues cited included loss of trees, flooding, safety of pedestrians, and speed of traffic. The Ball Brothers […]

Judge Blocks Panhandling Law From Taking Effect

If you evern encounter panhandling in your travels, a federal judge has made a decision concerning Indiana’s new tougher anti-panhandling law. The court decision this week blocked the initiative the day before it was to take effect. The ruling labeled the Republican-backed law “an unconstitutional prohibition on the freedom of speech.” and a US District […]

Wednesday, July 1, 2020 Woof Boom Morning briefs

All ears on the State capitol this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. – Governor Holcomb will have his weekly COVID briefing and press conference.  July 4th is the dates for the “next phase” of the Back on Track plan.  If anything substantial is announced, we will cover Live on WLBC. The agenda for today’s regular Muncie […]

Muncie Sanitary District Board Expanded

Executive Appointments on MSD Board Has Been Increased to 5, City Engineer Brian Stephens-Hotopp and Stephen Brand to Serve Muncie, IN- The Muncie City Council held a special meeting on June 29th, 2020 for the purpose of voting on Ordinance 4-20. Ordinance 4-20 expands the size of the Muncie Sanitary District Board from three individuals […]

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

As of now, the Ironman Muncie 70 dot 3 is ON for July 11, and the Delaware County Health Department has no intention of cancelling it.  Athletes will come from all over the US, and perhaps beyond  – some of which have been called “hot spots,” and we asked Health Officer, Dr. Donna Wilkins for […]

More Money Set Aside For Riverside Trail Project

The Riverside Trail project is getting an extra $265,000. The state had targeted $640,000 for the work, reports the Star Press, and the Delaware Advancement Corp. and the city of Muncie made the announcement about the additional money for the trail running more for more than a mile between the Morrison Road/Jackson Street Roundabout and […]

Wheeling Ave Construction Project

The Wheeling Avenue construction project, between McGalliard and Centennial, will be entering its next phase. Traffic will be shifted from the East side to the West side of the street. Centennial will be closed at the Wheeling intersection for 45 days. Haines, Cromer, and Waid will not have access to the East side of Wheeling.

Community Foundation Gives Funds To Yorktown

The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc., through the Town of Yorktown Endowment Fund, is awarding $3,400 in grants to two organizations serving the Yorktown community. Yorktown Fire Department has been awarded $1,700 to defray the cost of designing, developing, and publishing fire safety education booklets to give to children in the Yorktown […]