Josh Williams

Jun 24, 2014 |
Health administrator Josh Williams heads to Colorado By Rick Yencer MUNCIE, INDIANA (NEWS) -  During his tenure, Josh Williams made the Delaware County Board of Health more self sufficient, guided public health protectors to a new home and kept programs like food safety and smoking cessation in the minds of the public.
Jan 30, 2013 |
Free Press Report MUNCIE, IN - A popular Chinese buffet was back in business this week after resolving public health concerns about not having certified food handlers. Teppanyaki Grill & Buffet, 4221 W. Bethel Ave.,  closed last week after the Delaware County Board of Health found repeated critical violations in the preparation and handling of food.  Health officials recommended owner...
Aug 03, 2012 |
Free Press Report MUNCIE, IN - West Nile virus has been found in mosquitos at the Delaware County Fairgrounds, and the Indiana Board of Health has confirmed two human cases in Marion and Hamilton counties  Despite drought conditions, 44 Indiana counties have reported West Nile virus in mosquito samplings, according to the state health officials, including Blackford,  Henry, Jay,  Randolph...
Jun 26, 2012 |
BY Rick Yencer  MUNCIE, IN - A bi-partisan Delaware County Board of Health agreed it needed more space to meet the mandate of emergency response for public health amid talk of politics with a new landlord this week.  Delaware County Council affirmed the health board's decision to move to 117 N. Mulberry St. where the county will lease the building owned by SRB Properties for $72,000 a year...
Jun 19, 2012 |
BY Rick Yencer MUNCIE, IN - The public health of Delaware County will have a new headquarters to provide more outreach for non-communicable disease and emergency public health and medical response.  That deal allows Delaware County to lease and buy a commercial building at 117 N. Mulberry St. that formerly housed technology, public assistance and other business offices. And the county...
May 21, 2012 |
By Rick Yencer MUNCIE, IN - Public health is on the decline in Delaware County because of poverty, obesity and sexually transmitted disease, according to a health survey conducted by the University of Wisconsin.  And Indiana also ranks at the bottom of federal funding for public health which paints a grim picture of higher mortality in Middletown.  Josh Williams, county health...