The owner of Scotty's Brewhouse said he is waiting on the city of Muncie to go forward with a new brewery in downtown Muncie.
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Grace Ferguson, the wife of Ball State's president Paul Ferguson, talks to Rehyanna, a member of the reading's 5-7 age group, at the Boys and Girls Club of Muncie. Grace Ferguson was a volunteer on Jan. 19 at the "I Read... I Rise" event. By Breanna Daugherty
Let's Spoon Frozen Yogurt will be opening in the Village in a few weeks. The owner's original plan to open during fall 2014. By Alaina Jaye Halsey
Muncie police reported an armed robbery in an apartment above the Chug on North Martin Street. The suspects have not been found, according to the Muncie Police Department.
More than 5 percent of Delaware County doesn’t have power currently, according to Indiana Michigan Power’s outage map.
As the number of Indiana influenza diagnoses increase, IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital struggles to keep up.
Five Below is still scheduled to open in the Muncie Marketplace in March, despite corporate lawsuits from stockholders, one of the owners of the marketplace said.
A new ordinance has left a local food truck owner unsure of his future in Muncie, the Village and downtown areas.
The number of break-ins the University Police Department responds to typically increases during Winter Break, but this year saw more than the previous two years.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory to follow Sunday's ice storm warning.
UPDATE: All winter alerts in the region have expired. Travel alerts still remain in place.
After traveling around the country exploring small yarn shops, one couple decided to settle in Muncie with their own store.
After 20 years of business, the Heorot Pub and Draught House will celebrate its anniversary tonight.
It was the day after Christmas when Ball State senior Jordan Cresgy was told The Locker Room was closing on Jan. 1 and she would need to find a new job.
In less than a two-week span, two clothing stores closed their doors for business in the Muncie Mall. Both stores, targeting young teens and women, may be driven to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
After last year’s record snowfalls, Ball State has not added much to their snow equipment.
This time last year, classes were canceled for the first two days of the semester due to a windchill of negative 28 degrees. A year later, the National Weather Service is predicting similar temperatures.
Local businesses take hard hits to their revenue when students leave for Winter Break, some losing as much as two-thirds of their income. Art Mart owner Karen Fisher said that her business loses a sizable number of customers."Our business goes down. It becomes very slow when students aren't in session," Fisher said. "I don't think it's half, but it's a nice chunk."
Being a Ball State student will be what is keeping one mother and her children fed if a new proposal becomes law.
Economic growth in East Central Indiana will be below the state and national level next year, according to the 2015 forecast.