The Randolph County Commissioners and County Council hold a joint meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday. The boards will discuss what to do about the aging Randolph County Courthouse. The previous commissioners board voted in 2005 to tear down the old courthouse and build a new one on the same spot. The commissioners then rescinded the decision after a huge outcry in the community.
Muncie City Councilman Sam Marshall wants another term as an at-large council member. Hell announce his re-election campaign at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Delaware County Democratic Party headquarters.
The Family and Social Services Administration call center planned for a former Marion middle school could be up and running by fall. The Marion School Board could vote on a lease agreement next week. 250 people will be employed at the center.
Marion Mayor Wayne Seybold held his State of the City address at the Meshingomesia Country Club Thursday. He says the city needs to raise the bar for education as it has for economic development.
The new chairman of the Marion City Councils ordinance committee says he plans to meet with opponents of a property maintenance ordinance to work out a compromise on the proposal. Del Garcia says he wants feedback on the plan. Opponents of the ordinance have repeatedly claim that the council wouldnt listen to them.
A 15-year-old Marion High School student is blamed with damaging a water sprinkler in a storage room area in the schools industrial arts department Thursday. The incident damaged records and memorabilia stored in the room. Police say school officials are dealing with the incident internally.
A fire slightly damaged a Jonesboro home Thursday morning. Mill Township fire official blame the fire at 216 W. 3rd Street on an electrical problem in the floor. The homes residents werent displaced by the blaze, which caused an estimated $2,000 in damage.
Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear will seek a second term in office. Ditslear issued a statement Thursday declaring his intentions.
Conner Prairie plans to expand its offerings. More interactivity and adult programs will be offered on the heels of a highly successful year at the Fishers living history museum.
“Armed and Famous” finished tied for 48th out of over 100 shows between the five major networks in the ratings for the week of January 8-14. The show was seen in nearly 5.7 million homes by over eight million people.