Three Eastbrook High School students were arrested after a fight over a boy, according to police.
A woman told police she started a fire at an abandoned building Sunday because she was bored.
Swayzee residents will soon have another food venue to dine at.
The trial of Rannin Shuler, charged in the Dec. 1, 2013 death of 19-year-old Brayton Kelsor of Peru, has been postponed until April. It is the latest delay in a case that has affected local families on a very personal level.
Marion man one of 5 arrested in Peru drug busts
Adam Harley King, 23, Van Buren, died at 3:50 p.m. on January 30, 2016, at St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis. He was born in Clarksville, TN, to Alicia (Cochran) Bradley.
MIER — The closing of the Ind. 18 and Ind. 13 bridge is causing some residents to change their daily routine, and not all of them are happy.
Marion Police Department
Marion is facing an issue that is hurting thousands, and that is food access.
Indiana Wesleyan University President David Wright defended his supportive stance Monday morning towards legislation that would add sexual orientation as a protected class under the state’s civil rights law after receiving criticism on social media.
A construction project on South Adams Street in Marion that has been in the works for almost five years is finally gaining speed.
Jason W. Thompson, 37, Fowlerton, beloved son of Mike E. and Jackie J. (Sorrell) Thompson, died at 5:50 a.m. on Wednesday, January 27, 2016, at Norwood Health and Rehab, Huntington.
Raymond R. Velasquez, 77, Marion, died at 8:25 a.m. on Monday, February 1, 2016, in his home. He was born in Fairmount, IN, to the late Cipriano and Maria (Correa) Velasquez. He married Mary Ellen Walkup on April 4, 1959, and she survives.
A recent type of fraud that collects credit card information from gas pump card readers has made its way to Marion.
Marcus Isaiah Christian, 31, was called home by the father Jan. 31, 2016.
James Phillip “Phil” Albertson, 96, Warren, died at 7:50 a.m., on Tuesday, February 2, 2016, at Heritage Pointe, Warren. He was born in Fairmount, IN, to the late Mark and Gretchen (Fissee) Albertson. Phil and Jeane Snyder were married on November 29, 1944, and she preceded him in death o…
James F. Enyeart, 77, Jonesboro, died at 4:51 p.m. on Wednesday, January 27, 2016, at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne. He was born in Marion, IN, to the late Henry F. and Edna M. (Harrell) Enyeart. On March 11, 1967, James married Evelyn F. Richardson, and she preceded him in death on Janua…
The Idly Wyld Roller Palace remains an attractive activity in the county for those looking for something to do once winter sets in. The business, located on South Meridian Street, has been a mainstay for decades and is still owned by the original founders.
A burglary attempt in the 50 block of Madison Avenue led law enforcement to the arrest of a man in the parking lot of Taco Bell for allegedly manufacturing methamphetamine.
Richard J. “Dick” Irving, 85, of Eaton, IN, passed away unexpectedly at 2:18 PM on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016 at his home in Eaton. He was born on Sunday, Aug. 24, 1930, in Marion, Ind.
Phillip Reeves 56, passed away on Jan. 26, 2016.
RURAL KOKOMO — Recent warrant services by members of the CLEAN Team has resulted in three arrests and the recovery of over nine grams of suspected heroin.
Marion Fire Department
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The Idyl Wyld Roller Palace remains an attractive activity in the county for those looking for something to do once winter sets in. The business, located on South Meridian Street, has been a mainstay for decades and is still owned by the original founders.
A long-term employee with the Wabash County Department of Child Services has been terminated, a spokesperson with the Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) confirmed this week.
After it was brought to the attention of the Marion Board of Public Works t Monday that 16 city department heads are in possession of credit cards that are attached to city finances, the board has requested to see past resolutions made by the previous board.
Dave Kinder, CEO and President of Wesley Manor Retirement Community, announced his resignation during a meeting of the Manor’s family council Wednesday.
Harold Eugene Coan, 63, Fairmount, died at St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital at 10:25 a.m. on Sunday, January 31, 2016. He was born in Lake County, IL, to Richard E. and Marjorie E. (Stinson) Coan. Harold married Rita Small on January 21, 1983, and she survives.
The Marion and Mississinewa boys’ basketball teams have agreed to support and honor Andrew Smith and Grant County’s Jim and Nedra Sutter family when the Giants and Indians meet on Tuesday at the Bill Green Athletic Arena.
Oak Hill HS 1st Semester Honor Roll – All A’s
Ena Jane Haley, 77, Marion, died at 1:59 p.m. on Thursday, January 28, 2016, in Marion General Hospital. She was born in Converse, IN, to the late Howard J. and Ruth E. (Swetnam) Clevenger. On July 14, 1957, Ena married Paul Eugene Haley, and he survives.
Paul W. Meeks of Marion, Ind., died Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016.
Timothy Alan “Al” Ludlow, 54, passed away on Saturday, January 23, 2016.
A subtle change to the sign on the Grant County Family YMCA honors the history of the Coliseum as well as creates a more focused brand, officials from both the YMCA and Star Financial said Friday.
The Marion Common Council approved a three year tax abatement for a soon-to-be-built commercial fireworks and Halloween store.
My wife had just picked me up from a morning class as we pulled into the driveway of our duplex. During those carefree, exciting, early days of our marriage, we had developed a sort of daily routine. The first step of that routine had been realized – she had picked me up from a biology cl…
Kathryn L. Cook, Marion, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016.
Rose M. (Jacobs) Tisdale, a beautiful matriarch, mother, and grandmother of ministers and leaders, influencer of generations – past, present, and future – and founding member of Bethel Worship Center, went home to be with Jesus on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016. Her smiling face and quiet presence…
For the past three years fourth grade students at Riverview Elementary School have placed first in the Battle of the Books competition at the Marion Public Library.
MUNCIE — The Marion boys’ basketball team wrapped up a share of the North Central Conference East Division championship with a 73-66 win at Muncie Central on Thursday.
A downtown building that housed a former hotel in Marion is now for sale.
The Community School of the Arts will take the audience on a roller coaster of emotions during their variety show, “Festival of Shorts,” today and Saturday at Indiana Wesleyan University.
ARCADIA — Senior Tyasha Harris scored a game-high 40 points as the No. 2-ranked Heritage Christian girls’ basketball team defeated No. 8-ranked Marion 74-37 during Friday’s Class 3A Sectional 24 at Hamilton Heights.
A Huntington County man is dead after crashing his car following a police chase Sunday evening.
MGH President and CEO earns recertificaiton