Four workers injured in an explosion Wednesday at the Atlas Foundry in Marion. The blast occurred in a melting furnace at the Grant County plant. Two of the victims were treated and released at the scene; one treated and released at the hospital; and one male victim admitted to a burn center. The cause of […]
You may have seen the emergency crews and heard the sirens Wednesday, but it was only a drill. And that drill is taking place again today. Multiple agencies will be partnering on an active shooter scenario at Burris Laboratory School again today. The exercises are scheduled between 8 a.m. to noon and 3 to 7 […]
That pothole you avoid every morning on your way to work might soon be filled. Muncie Street Superintendent Duke Campbell delivered a âroad repair and repaving project planâ to Delaware County Council. Duke says about sixty miles of Muncie streets need work. He is looking for the council to provide money from the so-called wheel […]
State Representative Sue Errington of Muncie, has requested the âinterim study committee on environmental affairsâ look at the proposed Mounds Lake reservoir. Errington, who represents portions of Delaware County that would be affected by the lake, serves on the study committee. Among Errington’s concerns is the flooding of the area now occupied by Mounds Mall […]
Talking business and economic development during a summit at the Horizon Convention Center. Leaders and citizens from six counties including Delaware and Madison are crafting a strategy for the future with hopes of being in contention for an 84 million dollar grant.
Riley Elementary School, on North Walnut Street in Muncie, is soon to become the home of Delaware Christian Academy. The private Christian K-12 is moving from DeSoto and hopes to be approved in time for the first day of school on Aug. 12. The building – originally part of Muncie Community Schools – was closed […]
The City of Anderson is promoting a new âHire Andersonâ campaign. The program is designed to connect Anderson citizens looking for jobs with existing and new Anderson companies seeking employees. More details and an application are at cityofanderson dot com.
The East Side Dolphin Club plans to sell 22 acres of property along Indiana 32. This week, the Anderson Plan Commission approved the organization’s request to combine the three lots into one. A spokesperson says the swim club wants to sell the lot to pay off an existing eight-year debt.
Ivy Tech Community College will be offering express enrollment at its two Anderson campuses. Express enrollment offers prospective students a one-stop experience in the enrollment process and does not require an appointment. Enrollment at the 53rd Street campus will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Aug. 4 and at the New Anderson […]
It’ll be a bike-filled weekend in Indianapolis. It’s the kick off the One Million Calories Campaign. It aims to help Hoosiers burn one million calories during the month of August. Indy Mayor Greg Ballard says the program highlights the importance of the Indy Cultural Trail and physical fitness.