• Memorial Day Services & Ceremonies

    Today is Memorial Day – a day set aside to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our nation. EC Indiana programs include:   New Castle’s Memorial Day services at 9 a.m. on the Henry County Courthouse lawn, followed by a parade at 10 a.m.   Redkey’s annual Memorial Day ceremonies will […]

  • A Winning Weekend For California Drivers

    It was a big weekend for California driver Kody Swanson.  He won his third straight Hoosier Hundred Sprint Car race Thursday at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Saturday won the 68th running of the Pay Less Little 500 at Anderson Speedway Saturday.  It was a big weekend for another driver from California. Alexander Rossi held […]

  • Cincinnati Gorilla Killed After Boy Falls In Pen

    A 4-year-old boy was hospitalized and a gorilla was shot and killed Saturday at the Cincinnati Zoo after the child climbed through a barrier and fell into the moat surrounding the habitat. The zoo’s 17-year-old male gorilla grabbed the boy and dragged him around. The child was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

  • Muncie Man Identified In Friday Fire

    A 26-year-old Muncie man has been identified as the victim of a fire in his mobile home Friday. Officials say Edward Hamilton died in the blaze that investigators believe may have started in a cooking mishap. When firefighters arrived to his trailer in the 1500 block of East McGalliard Road, the structure was heavily engulfed […]

  • Four Injured In Randolph County Crash

    Several people were injured at the scene of a two-vehicle wreck at Randolph County Road 100-S and Old U.S. 27 mid-afternoon on Saturday. Initial reports indicated multiple injuries and at least one person ejected from their vehicle. Officials say two airlift units were called for four patients. Their conditions are unknown.

  • Appeal Denied For Serial Bandit

    The Indiana Court of Appeals has upheld the 36-year prison sentence of an Anderson man convicted in a series of burglaries. 46-year-old Daniel J. Kriete had appealed his sentence, saying that the counts of burglary and theft should have not been tried together but as separate cases. The appellate court ruled that the jury was […]

  • Lawyer’s License Now On Indefinite Suspension

    The Indiana Supreme Court has placed the already suspended law license of Anderson attorney Stephen Schuyler on indefinite suspension. The 62-year-old Schuyler is scheduled to go to trial on Nov. 1 in Madison Circuit Court 3. He is charged with 15 felony counts dealing with allegations of misuse of estate funds.

  • Tillotson Marsh Gets Makeover

    Marsh Supermarkets are celebrating their newly remodeled store on South Tillotson Avenue. The renovations give shoppers more produce, fruits & veggies at the front of the store. There’s a bigger deli and bakery, and more natural & organic food choices. The store is one of 30 that Marsh will remodel this year as part of […]

  • Commencements bring out thousands to celebrate

    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 […]

  • Marsh unveils new renovations

    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 […]


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