Thousands of students are graduating this weekend and most are next weekend, so a reminder to drivers about designating a sober driver and pay attention at those rural intersections. Tonight, Blackford and Union Junior-Senior High are turning tassels, and Burris Lab at Ball State will receive their degrees. Tomorrow, Indiana Academy for Mathematics will hold […]
Today, Marsh Supermarkets are celebrating their newly remodeled store on S. Tillotson Avenue. The renovations give shoppers more produce and fruits & veggies at the front of the store. There’s a bigger deli and bakery, more natural and organic food choices and improvements in the seafood and meat departments. The S. Tillotson Avenue store is […]
A Muncie man was found guilty of molesting a 12 year-old girl when he was 18 years old. Now, 21 year old Eddie Stettler will be sentenced on June 16th. He could face 20 years in prison.
Regional businesses should be feeling the effects of the Indianapolis 500 this weekend. With about 350,000 spectators expected at the Speedway, rooms all over our area are booked for the race. Many are nearly completely booked. If you’re not going to the Race, you’ll be able to watch the 100th running of the Indy 500 […]
Two people are accused of enlisting a 17-year-old girl into prostitution and are being held in jail. 26-year-old Kendall Hayes and 25-year-old Pooh Black are charged with human trafficking of a minor. They’re being held without bond. Court records show that deputies exchanged text messages with Black who offered the girl to have sex with […]
A 26-year-old Muncie man died in a fire in his mobile home this morning. The victim has been identified as Edward Hamilton by the Delaware County Coroner. Initial reports were that the fire may have started with a cooking mishap. When firefighters arrived the trailer was fully engulfed. The fire happened in the 1500 block […]
Memorial Day weekend is the kick off to the summer travel season, and this weekend is shaping up to be the busiest in the Hoosier State in quite some time. With the lower fuel prices, the Little 500 and the big race in Indy, you can expect a record number of motorists on the road.
Most highway maintenance activities and construction projects will halt work during the holiday weekend to increase mobility and safety. INDOT directs its contractors to pull back barriers and barricades to the safest extent possible to accommodate the anticipated increase in holiday travel.
If you have business at the BMV, you’d better do it today. All license branches will be closed tomorrow through Monday for the Memorial Day holiday. Regular business hours will kick in again next Tuesday.
Residents who use Frankton water are being told to boil their water before consumption, after workers installing a street light hit a water main and caused a leak. The order lasts through Saturday morning.