The City of Marion is getting ready to go to court.
After the Indiana Supreme Court accepted the city’s appeal in the ongoing Old Y case last month, arguments on the case are nowContinue Reading »
Amanda Carmack’s jury trial began yesterday, with both the state and the defendant conducting extensive interviews with prospective jurors, trying to find any potential biases that couldContinue Reading »
WABASH – The Indiana State Police (ISP) are now investigating aContinue Reading »
MARION, Ind. — Ivy Tech Community College’s State Board of Trustees affirmed three new appointees to the Marion Campus’s Board of Trustees. The Board will add Carison Adams of the St. PaulContinue Reading »
A weekend structure fire resulted in a man being airlifted to Fort Wayne.
According to a press release from the Marion Fire Department (MFD), firefighters were dispatched to the 2700 blockContinue Reading »
A Marion man is facing one charge of attempted child molesting, a Level 4 Felony.
According to a probable cause affidavit, the charges stem from an incident that happened in lateContinue Reading »
Indiana Wesleyan University is pleased to announce the Grant County Promise aimed to provide financial assistance to the graduates of a Grant County High School – or residents ofContinue Reading »
Taylor University’s Board of Trustees has announced the launch of the search for the University’s next president.
The Board has appointed a search committee, co-chaired by Chris GoegleinContinue Reading »
The Community School of the Arts has been awarded $26,033.68 to support COVID-19 recovery through the Arts, Cultural & Destination Marketing Organization GrantContinue Reading »