You hear the siren, you see the lights, you get your ticket or warning, and go home. We all know the drill. But if you managed to get a traffic ticket, you’ll most likely just go online and pay the $100 to $200 fine, but there's other options that few people know of to fight a ticket.
The Muncie Downtown Development Partnership is adding a new addition to October’s First Thursday.
In January, Ball State Broadcasting Director Joel Godett received news that he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Unlike the more prevalent type 2, there is no known cause of type 1 diabetes. With his diagnosis in mind, Godett set out to make a difference.
Confusion has been a common thread within many school departments right now as they try to figure out how to navigate this unusual semester, but for the Department of Theatre and Dance, most of their confusion was with how they are going to present their shows.
The return to campus brought many changes to the college experience, especially when it comes to making friends. With limited in-person classes, online club meetings, and social distancing guidelines, students have been finding it difficult to befriend their peers.
One third of Muncie Central’s football season has been lost because of COVID-19 outbreaks all over East Central Indiana high schools. The Bearcats’ home opener was canceled after Delta High School had an outbreak of their own.
The park on the corner of East Gilbert and North Elm Street will now be lit throughout the night.