The USDA now says a beef recall is larger than first suspected. The agency says the tainted beef from California reached over 30 states â including Indiana. The beef was sold throughout 36 businesses across the state and a few here in EC Indiana including Harvest Supermarket in Anderson, Strough’s Super Market in Fortville and […]
Daytime construction begins in Frankton today. Crews will be working on a combined pavement and enhancement project along State Road 128/Sigler Street. During daytime hours, Sigler will be restricted to a single lane between Center Street and 11th Street.
More improvements are planned for Muncieâs downtown. The Muncie Sanitary District has signed off on an agreement to work with the City on downtown projects; mainly infrastructure improvements in a five-block area of Walnut Street â between Main and Charles streets â where improvements to sanitary sewers are also planned. The agreement also requires the […]
The Geater Center in Anderson is undergoing a major upgrade. The gymnasium at the center is receiving a new maple wood floor to replace the original, which is thin tile over concrete. The new floor will be cushioned beneath the wood, which will make the gymnasium safer and help reduce injuries. The company performing the […]
It took a Madison Circuit Court Division 1 jury just an hour to convict a Pendleton resident in connection with a 2013 battery. 33-year-old Jeremy Roberts has been convicted on a felony count of strangulation and two misdemeanor charges of domestic battery and battery resulting in bodily injury. Sentencing has been set for March 31st.
The first of the city of Muncieâs downtown building facade renovation projects is close to complete. Restoration of the facade at 120 N. Walnut Street continues on the building occupied by Amanda Kishel Photography Studio. An open house to show off the project has been set for April 3 to coincide with the monthly First […]
Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler will continue his âFive Minutes with the Mayorâ program tomorrow at City Hall. However, the time has been adjusted to run from 3:30 â 5:30 p.m. so that the Mayor will have time to give remarks at a community meeting at Bethel A.M.A. Church later in the evening.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police divers recovered a body from White River in the Hoosier capitol over the week-end. The coroner has determined the body was that of a 15-year old boy. Police say there was no trauma to the body, to indicate foul play, but the coroner has not completed a toxicology report.
Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith has returned from a six-day trade mission in Israel. Smith and Interim Economic Development Director Greg Winkler made the trip to continue in efforts to build long-term relationships with the Keter Group and Taditel, two companies with headquarters in Israel and significant operations in Anderson. Keter is the worldâs leading manufacturer […]
Delaware County Community Corrections will soon be awarded a 20-thousand dollar performance bonus from the Indiana Department of Correction. Lonna Jordan, DtripleCâs executive director, says the staff stepped up to do the things that the DOC wanted done. The bonus was the result of an annual DOC site assessment, as well as the organizationâs biannual […]