Former deputy gets probation in drunk driving case

A Delaware county sheriff’s deputy who was drunk and caused a crash two years ago was sentenced to probation yesterday. 48-year-old Todd Daily has since retired from the force and admitted he is an alcoholic. His blood alcohol level was .387, over 4 times the legal limit to drive when he caused a chain-reaction crash […]

NTN Driveshaft site hit by lightning

Lightning hit NTN Driveshaft’s construction site this morning as storms rolled through Madison County about 6:30 a.m. No one was hurt, but a fire broke out in the roofing materials. It was doused in about an hour at the location on Layton Rd.

Anderson decides location of new bus terminal

The Anderson bus terminal’s location has been finalized. After years of planning, Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. announcing today the city will build it on the northeast corner of 13th and Jackson streets, with adjacent retail or commercial space. The estimated cost is $6 million and work should begin next year once the design and funding […]

Teen takes plea deal in Yorktown stabbing

A Yorktown teenager could spend 9 years in prison after reaching a plea deal with the prosecutor’s office on an attempted murder charge. 17-year-old Troy Fogle agreed to plead guilty to aggravated battery, after he was charged with stabbing a Wes-Del High School student in the head in January 2015. Fogle said he was hallucinating […]

Six arrested in Winchester drug raid

Six Winchester residents were arrested on drug charges during a raid on an apartment on North McDonald Drive last night. Five of them were allegedly using and making meth at the time of the raid. Leann Mangas lives at the apartment and was arrested along with Jeremy Cheyne and Tiffany Nickel of Union City, Amy […]

Wayne Co. families can apply now for school supply aid

Though school just ended, Wayne County families who want school supply aid for next year have a deadline to meet. Applications for aid from the Salvation Army are due by Friday, June 17th. Applications must be made in person at 707 South A Street in Richmond for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. Photo ID […]

Alexandria hires new school superintendent

Alexandria Community Schools have named Melissa Brisco as the district’s next superintendent. The 47-year-old Alexandria native graduated from the Jr. Sr. High in 1987. He earned two master degrees in strategic management and educational administration and her doctorate from Indiana University. Brisco begins her job in the top educator spot on July first.