During her first week working at Made in Muncie Pottery, Rachel Kline witnessed a family of three — a mom, dad and 1-year-old boy — come in and sit down to paint, but their visit was far from normal.
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The Hamilton Township Volunteer Fire Company hosts their annual hog roast. The fundraiser provided food, activities, games and more while community members were able to interact and better understand the life of a fire fighter.
The 164th annual Delaware County Fair is running July 16-21 at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Muncie. The week of events include a demolition derby, a rodeo, motocross races, truck and tractor pulls and the carnival. Rachel Ellis, DN
A Community Campus Event was held on June 16 at North Quad. The campus open house encouraged the community, alumni, prospective students and current students to hangout and play games, visit information booths on a variety of college programs, and take tours of facilities like The Rinard Orchid Greenhouse, The Charles W. Brown Planetarium, Bracken Library, and Emens Auditorium. Rachel Ellis and Carlee Ellison, DN
Food trucks, breweries and bands were at Cornerstone Park on the corner of Main and Madison streets from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, June 15. Vendors included Greek’s Pizzeria, Speedy Dogs and Sea Salt & Cinnamon. In addition, The Guardian Brewing Company, New Corner Brewing Company and Books & Brews sold beer, and The Bashville Boys and Oldfield and The New Birds provided free entertainment.
Muncie residents endured snow, rain and hail to receive candy at the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, March 17.
Queer Chocolatier, a local Muncie start-up, held a guided chocolate tasting Jan. 25. The shoppe will open a location in the Village this spring.
Muncie Community Schools now knows what its future holds. For at least the next two years, the district will be under full control of a state-appointed emergency manager.
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.
A kidney bowl sounds like a prop you would find in a cheap 80s horror movie, but for local skate boarders, it’s just another challenge in the park.
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.
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies said their final goodbyes to one of their K-9 deputies yesterday.
Claire Boenitz first realized she was gay in the seventh grade. Ever since then, she’s had to change how she approaches other people.
For the first time, the Muncie community received direct answers about what is going to happen in the fall for Muncie Community Schools (MCS).
On Monday nights around 9 p.m., or more accurately 9:05 or later, members of the Society for Earth-Based Religions (SER) head to the basement of Ball State’s Bracken Library to discuss the night’s topic.
During the second semester of their freshman year, Abby Dujka, Alex Peters and Lexi Benakovich were hanging out and talking about their mutual struggles when an idea struck them.
Ken Holland wants to help bring peace to conflict-affected countries by nurturing future leaders. That’s why he’s leaving Ball State’s Center for International Development to become president of the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF).