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Man Turns Himself In Stemming From Deadly Hit And Run

A Muncie man has surrendered himself to police in connection with a deadly hit and run in the the parking lost of Cheers Tavern in Muncie over the weekend. 41 year old Aaron Harmon turned himself in Tuesday and is free on bail in connection with the death of 44 year old Matthew Smith of… ... Continue Reading

Man Dies In Muncie House Fire

No word as yet on the name of a Muncie man who died in a house fire early Wednesday afternoon. Crews were called to the 1400 block of North Tillotson Avenue before 12:30pm for a report of smoke. Firefighters contained the flames to a living room area, but also found the victim. No word on… ... Continue Reading

Cornerstone Center For The Arts Community Halloween Party Thursday

Halloween is just around the corner; this year celebrate with the entire family by attending Cornerstone Center for the Arts’ annual Community Halloween Party! Tricks and treats will be had on Thursday, October 24 from 4 to 6 p.m. as Cornerstone’s Colonnade Room is transformed into a spooky lair of fun and games. The Community… ... Continue Reading

MITS Wraps Bus In BSU Theme

You won’t miss this coming down the road. MITS has wrapped one of its buses as a tribute of sorts to BSU. The bus made its debut during Homecoming ceremonies recently but will be in regular service for MITS moving forward. The bus represents the on-going partnership between MITS and Ball State Athletics. The post… ... Continue Reading
Suspect In Parking Lot Fatality Surrenders

Suspect In Parking Lot Fatality Surrenders

A Muncie man accused of striking and killing a pedestrian outside a northside Muncie tavern has surrendered to police. 41-year-old Aaron Harmon is held in the Delaware County jail under a $55,000 bond. The Star Press reports that he is charged with two counts of aggravated battery, leaving the scene of a traffic accident resulting… ... Continue Reading

Common Council President Arrested

Elwood Common Council president Timothy Roby has been arrested. According to the Herald Bulletin, the 61-year-old is facing battery allegations after a confrontation at the Elwood Youth Football Field in which he is reported to have grabbed the throat of another man. The post Common Council President Arrested appeared first on Woof Boom Radio News. ... Continue Reading

Indiana Reports First Flu-Related Death Of The Season

The Indiana State Department of Health confirmed the state’s first influenza-related death of the season has occurred in Marion County. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends everyone age 6 months and older get a flu vaccine each year. The post Indiana Reports First Flu-Related Death Of The Season appeared first on Woof Boom… ... Continue Reading

Fall Property Taxes Are Due

Fall property tax collections for Delaware County residence are due Tuesday, November 12, 2019. November 12, 2019 is the deadline for Fall Property Tax Payments. Taxes may be paid at the Treasurer’s Office, Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 4:00pm. Payments may be made at local banks, sending the installment through the mail, or by… ... Continue Reading

Arson Suspect Arrested On Burglary Charges

A Muncie man who is a suspect in a pair of recent arson fires has been arrested again; this time for of breaking into a southside home. 62-year-old Joseph Clock was being held on a burglary charge at Delaware County jail after being accused of breaking into a West 15th Street home and taking generators… ... Continue Reading

Newco Metals Is Denied A Second Smelter

The controversial proposed Newco Metals ‘Element 13 project’ has been denied by a unanimous decision by the Ingalls Board of Zoning Appeals. The board voted 5-0 in denying the special use request. Newco had hoped to add an aluminum smelter to its operations. The post Newco Metals Is Denied A Second Smelter appeared first on… ... Continue Reading