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The Delaware County Election Board on Tuesday heard lengthy allegations of partisan political officials violating 11 separate sections of Indiana voting law -- and one charge of driving a car in "serious disrepair" -- most egregiously the illegal attempt to influence voters in an election.
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Indiana lawmakers talked about same sex marriage, Sunday liquor sales and declining state revenue amid projections of a slow economy in 2014.
A couple of economic development issues the last few weeks are worth mulling. The Delaware County Commissioners last week approved a move by the Delaware County Redevelopment Commission to pay off $1.8 million remaining from a $2 million bond issued in 2007 for Magna Powertrain, an automotive parts manufacturer just outside Muncie's south side.
This area will continue to see only slow economic growth in 2014, a Ball State University economist says.
Another teen appeared to be contemplating joining in the fight the article stated when Monte stepped in and said, "No, you don't!" This Green Township Tiger took his service further by appearing in court as a witness.
A long-promised facility to replace the former South Madison Community Center isn't open yet, but it's getting closer.
A Muncie man accused of breaking into a southside business told police he was stealing cigarettes to sell to support his drug habit.
There are unsolved homicides that remain in a community's consciousness for decades, local mysteries that in rare instances are even passed from one generation to the next.
"Hard times, hard times, come again no more," sang great American songwriter Stephen Foster -- and immediately was cheated out of his royalties.
In the months of November and December Firefighters of Delaware County work with the Salvation Army to help families be able to enjoy Christmas.
Jim Vester, 32, was a 2000 graduate of Yorktown High School. He more recently had lived in Lizton, in Hendricks County, with his wife, Jamie, and their one-year-old son, Gavin.
The Delaware County Poverty Awareness Year Partnership will present "Local Stories of Struggle and Hope" video vignettes at 5 p.m. tonight at the Ivy Tech Patterson building, 110 S. Walnut St., Muncie.
A local alcohol control board wants the Delaware County prosecutor's office to weigh in before it decides the fate of a liquor license for a convenience store.
Workplace Health Partners is just one of the ways that will save money and provide wellness under the Affordable Care Act for public employees and teachers in the community.