Library to host Social Security program
PENDLETON — Pendleton Community Public Library, 595 Water St., will host an education program on understanding Social Security and how to maximize the benefits on Saturday at 10 a.m.
The program is free to the public, and a light lunch will be served.RSVP your spot at (317) 318-8355.
Judge officially pulls out of primary race
INDIANAPOLIS — An Indiana judge who was removed from the bench against her will last week by the state Supreme Court has withdrawn from the Democratic primary in May.
Former Marion Superior Court Judge Kimberly Brown filed a candidate withdrawal form on Friday with the Indiana Election Division. That move came after three judges appointed to investigate Brown found she had committed judicial misconduct in 46 out of 47 counts. She was removed from office on March 4, making her ineligible to serve as a judge again.
Last delivery of coal to changing plant
INDIANAPOLIS — A 50-car train has delivered the last load of coal to the 120-year-old Perry K Steam Plant in downtown Indianapolis.
Citizens Energy Group vice president of energy operations Chris Braun says once that coal is gone, the plant will be fueled by natural gas. Officials say three of the plant’s boilers have already been converted to natural gas and the final boiler will be converted by June.
Hunt to find person in hit-and-run death
LEBANON — Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana has announced a new campaign to try to solve a hit-and-run crash that killed a 78-year-old Indiana woman in November 2012.
Police and Crime Stoppers released a new public service announcement Monday created with the help of Ball State University aimed at finding the responsible for the death of Anita Wernsing of Fayette. Wernsing was leaving Mount Tabor Primitive Church near Zionsville on foot when she was struck and killed. Family members who attended the announcement Monday in Lebanon say they are hoping for closure.