More user friendly pricing at the YMCA of Muncie. The Y is announcing it’s adjusting membership prices to be more welcoming and inclusive, with a special emphasis on young adults. The new pricing model takes effect Saturday. The CEO of the Muncie Y says the move comes after research into community demographics and he notes, […]
More user friendly pricing at the YMCA of Muncie. The Y is announcing it’s adjusting membership prices to be more welcoming and inclusive, with a special on young adults. The new pricing model takes effect Saturday. The CEO of the Muncie Y says the move comes after research into community demographics and he notes, “Times […]
A Muncie-Delaware County dispute over 911 services may be mending. At the tail end of a contentious Wednesday meeting, Delaware County Commissioner James King said he would authorize the county attorney to pen a letter to the city rescinding a county move to dissolve the 911 agreement between the two. There had been concerns about […]
Wednesday, on the day before the public opening for the new Muncie Payless Supermarket on McGalliard Road, company officials from Kroger Payless presented area not-for-profits with some big Christmas gifts. Child adult Resource Services, $1,000. Inside Out Community Services, $1,000. Salvation Army Muncie, $25,000. And Second Harvest Food Bank ECI, $50,000. As you heard on […]
The fundraising goal for this year’s Salvation Army holiday campaign was set at $160,000, and now that total is within reach. The total so far between red kettle and mail in donations is $66,000. There are 11 days left in the effort and those tend to do well, plus, Townsend Tree Service has agreed to […]
A sports company out of Texas is apparently trying sell businesses items ranging from t-shirts to mini basketballs in exchange for having their business’ name announced at Yorktown High School basketball games. School officials say the offer is a scam and that there is no agreement with that company. They suggest that anyone who wants […]
Two leading voices on Indiana alcohol issues say there’s little chance lawmakers will take action allowing convenience and big box stores to sell cold beer. A Republican state Senate committee chairman said Wednesday the issue is a non-starter in the coming session. The head of an alcohol study commission says change is not likely until […]
Finally over…the special Senate election in Alabama. An estimated one-in-four voters were expected to vote. The race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones was dominated by allegations of sexual misconduct against Moore.
An Anderson man has died after falling into the street and being run over by an oncoming car. 69-year-old Orris A. Hughes was struck in the 2000 block of West Eighth Street. The driver of the vehicle says he did not see the man until it was too late.
We should find out today if Muncie Community Schools will be taken over by the state. The financially struggling district does not support a state takeover and would like to keep control.Â MCS is declining to comment until the decision is made.