Brevini Wind Division announcing its ceasing operations in Delaware County at the end of August. The company president Brian Richardson said about 20 employees will lose their jobs in machining, CNC operations and quality control. The company said the Power Transmission unit will continue, and the company will honor its obligations to the county and […]
The investigation into Muncie city government concerning the city building commissioner and his own private construction company continues, with The Star Press revealing today that Craig Nichols private company won a city contract and then inspected and signed off on the work himself. No one will officially comment on the investigation that continues.
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The Ironman 70.3 Muncie is looking for their final two dozen volunteers for the July 9th race. Last year nearly 2,000 participants competed and this year that number is expected to go higher. Organizers will take last minute volunteers, who do everything from applying sunscreen, watching swimmers in the water, wetsuit removal and handing out […]
Riley Children’s Health is joining the Children’s Museum and partnering with the Colts, the Pacers, the Speedway and the US Tennis Association to build a $35 million dollar outdoor sports exhibit to encourage physical fitness and fight childhood obesity. The park is over 7 acres and will have nine mini-basketball courts, artificial ice hockey, a […]
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A Farmland woman has been arrested for the 6th time for drunk driving after having lost her driver’s license for life. 38-year-old Leonna Helton went to jail early Sunday with Randolph County deputies after a 911 caller reported her weaving on County Road 100-West at Indiana 28. Her blood alcohol level was reported at .232, […]
Just a quick reminder from the State Fire Marshal’s office about fireworks. Make sure you know the laws of where they can set off, and most importantly, know that if your fireworks damage someone else’s property, you could face a $5,000 fine, a year in jail, and restitution may be required. You can get the […]
The 4th of July holiday weekend is upon us, and Federal and state offices will be closed on Monday. All BMV offices will be closed on Saturday as well as Monday.
A woman from Lynn died in a crash on Indiana 32 on Monday afternoon when a car crossed the center line and hit her head on. The victim, 75-year-old Faye Runner, died at the scene just west of Monroe Central Junior-Senior High School. Her passenger, 41-year-old Emily Saylor of Richmond has serious injuries and taken […]
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A third staff member of Ball State University has been arrested for child pornography. This time, Professor Robert Yadon was taken to jail and charged with 10 counts of child exploitation. The man had until recently worked in information and communications sciences. Yadon was released after posting bond and has been barred from campus, according […]
The Delaware County Coroner has ruled the apparent homeless man who died in a burning house on Saturday died of smoke inhalation. 55-year-old Gregory Jackson Sr. was not the victim of violence or foul play, and had been living in the abandoned house in the 600 block of North Madison Street. The Star Press is […]
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