ISP Bowling In Elwood This Weekend

This weekend Troopers from the Indiana State Police will be hosting a fundraiser for the ‘Indiana Troopers Youth Services’ Summer Camp Program. It happens tomorrow (Sat 3/16) from 5-8 p.m. at Wells Lanes in Elwood. The cost to participate in the fundraiser is $15 per person.

Panera Bread In Muncie Wants To Move

Panera Bread in Muncie will be moving to a new location. The owners have filed an application to allow construction for a new cafe and bakery. It would be located in the southwest corner of Muncie Mall’s parking lot, next to JC Penney. One variance they’re looking for is to build the restaurant further back off McGalliard Road than current zoning allows. No word on a possible construction timeline.

Muncie Brewfest April 13th

Saturday, April 13 Cornerstone Center for the Arts and Indiana Michigan Power bring you Muncie Brewfest presented by PrimeTrust Federal Credit Union and Praxis Consulting. The event will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. on Cornerstone’s third floor with a special early bird entrance time of 2 p.m. Cornerstone has collaborated with Indiana on Tap to celebrate Hoosier craft beer, showcasing Indiana breweries and their Hoosier craft beers. The admission fee includes unlimited samples of beer. For a complete list of participating breweries visit munciebrewfest.org.

Funeral Services Announced For Ron Orebaugh

Funeral services have been announced for well-known community member, Ron Orebaugh. The funeral for the longtime fixture at farmer’s markets and many other east central Indiana events will be at noon Saturday at Meeks Mortuary in Muncie. Calling will be 3-7 p.m. Friday at the mortuary and an hour before the service on Saturday.

ARC Signs Option To Purchase Former Marsh Store

The Anderson Redevelopment Commission has approved an option to purchase the closed Marsh store on Nichol Avenue. The Herald Bulletin reports that the ARC approved two resolutions to begin the process. One was to amend the redevelopment plan to include the Marsh property, while the second resolution was an option agreement to purchase the property.

Commissioners Sign Agreement On New County Jail

Delaware County Commissioners have signed off on the “build operate transfer” agreement that opens the door for construction of a new jail. Delaware County Justice Partners LLC are officially signed on in the deal, which calls for a 500 bed, $45 million jail to be built in the former Wilson Middle School building.