A new traffic signal on McGalliard Road at the Fresh Thyme supermarket will be built by James Drew Construction of Zionsville. That company’s bid of just over $111,000 was the lowest. The work is to be completed by March 31st of next year.
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A medevac helicopter took a Muncie woman froma crash scene. It happened on Eaton-Wheeling Pike just west of Delaware County Road 200-W. The Delaware County Sheriff said 33 year old Danielle N. Wall was traveling eastbound on Eaton-Wheeling Pike when she apparently lost control of her vehicle on a curve.
Shoppers hit the stores on Thanksgiving as retailers under pressure look for ways to poach shoppers from their rivals as the holiday shopping season officially kicked off. Retailers are counting on a lift from a better economy.
Itâs Black Friday. But there is more to do today than shop. Mounds State Park is open today to encourage you to burn off some of those Thanksgiving calories by enjoying the outdoors. There’s free admission today with a downloaded coupon from the Indiana State Parks Facebook page. Also, the Humane Society for Hamilton County […]
A home for the holidays and beyond: The 1000-block of Kilgore Avenue in Muncie will soon be transformed into affordable housing for veterans. Three single family houses will go up there, one being built by high school students from the Muncie Area Career.
Anderson’s annual Festival of Trees opens tomorrow. The Paramount Theatre Center and Ballroom will be open from noon to 6pm. Its open those same hours November 28th through the 30th and December 1st. Proceeds benefit the upkeep and restoration of the theater.
It’s a time of helping others. And that’s what Muncie-based JD Norman Industries is doing.Â They have selected Second Harvest Food Bank as its charity of choice for their annual Community Giving Program. More than 150 employees donated over 200 pounds of food with JD Norman Industries presenting a financial donation as well.
The Anderson Salvation Army and The Herald Bulletin are working together to benefit local families in need. Last year, the Empty Stocking Fund raised $10,000. And they’re hoping to top that this year. Youi can hand deliver or mail your donation to The Herald Bulletin, 11-33 Jackson St., Anderson 46016.
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She was lifelined to Indianapolis after a serious crash on the Eaton-Wheeling Pike in northern Delaware County. Investigators believe that 33-year-old Danielle N. Wall lost control of her vehicle on a curve just west of Delaware County Road 200 West. The Muncie woman was reported to be slipping in and out of consciousness as emergency […]
A Kokomo man is facing charges of murder in the death of an 8-week-old child. 22-year-old Jaquail Iman Smith is also accused of aggravated battery and voluntary manslaughter in connection with serious head injuries suffered by the baby of his girlfriend. Medical staff at Riley Hospital for Children the child suffered multiple skull fractures. Smith […]
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