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A Muncie landmark, Burkie’s Drive-In, reopened this past summer under new ownership.
Muncie Animal Shelter hosted Yoga with Goats on Sept. 21. There were eight goats for the participants to interact with at the event to raise money for the shelter’s animals.
Lahody Meat is located on Wheeling Avenue; Ron Lahody; a Ball State graduate; and a US Marine Corps Vetern; owns the Lahody Meat business. The Butcher shops sells prime retail meat and cheeses.
The Quad Bash took place on Aug. 25 in the Quad. There were free pizza, cookies, drinks, frozen treats and shirts to tie-dye. Students could also go one five different inflatable activities.
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in the community and volunteer this semester.
On campus with nothing to do? Here are seven events being held at Minnetrista from now to September.
An amended version of Senate Bill 567 has passed the Indiana Assembly. The version that passed does not necessarily guarantee a government takeover of Muncie Community Schools.
After a severe weather threat day, conditions will clear for the Friday. ©2017 NewsLink Indiana, Ball State University.
Gary's school district's debt is higher than Muncie Community Schools', but similarities do exist between the two districts, leading to comparisons from the Indiana Statehouse.
A warm Friday is in store, followed by a rainy weekend.
With Spring Break just one day away for students here at Ball State University, how will the forecast play out for those sticking around the state? Weather Forecaster Balint Szalavari has the full forecast here!
Muncie Community Schools have found themselves in an estimated $11.5 million deficit spending, according to The Star Press. While solutions have not yet been met to try and dig out of that hole, the district is looking at many areas to cut, including teacher salaries, an area shocking to parents.
About 2 inches of snow fell today, but we are going to see that snow melt away by the weekend as temperatures work their way into the upper 50s.
Warmer temperatures in store!
The historic Kitselman House won't be a normal home for much longer.
Questions about transparency, a future game plan and community engagement were all posed to Geoffrey S. Mearns Jan. 24 when the Board of Trustees announced him as the university's 17th president.
Russia’s presence was felt in Muncie on Inauguration Day, and luckily it wasn’t in the form of a shirtless Vladimir Putin on horseback.
Planning on driving home tonight? It might be a good idea to check the weather, first.
The Muncie City Council withdrew a contentious landlord-registration ordinance that would require landlords to make personal contact information publicly available during its meeting on Jan. 9.