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With a $60 million commercial development underway in the Village near Ball State University, business owners in the area have told Mayor Dennis Tyler they need the city's help dealing with more than 500 students who will live in new apartments there.
Realizing savings from the Affordable Care Act, Mayor Dennis Tyler brought government and schools together in a health cooperative with a clinic operated by IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital. That would release as much as 15-30 percents savings from
Navy veteran Dave Bantz is one of those people who honors the flag and understands the meaning of war. "I believe in war if it is a reason to control those who take anyway our freedom," said Bantz , who served in Korea. Dozens of veterans and
Democrats continued to pour on the celebrities, calls and organization Monday when former Gov . Evan Bayh came to town to promote Congressman Joe Donnelly as Indiana's next U.S. Senator. Bayh , who gave up the Senate seat that was later won by U.S.
Mayor Dennis Tyler promised 1,000 more new jobs and millions more in capital investment while the beach at Prairie Creek Reservoir will be accessible to those with disability during a dramatic State of the City address on Tuesday. Talking to nearly
Mayor Dennis Tyler was back running city government Friday following emergency surgery yesterday. Tyler, 70, was rushed to the emergency room of IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital around noon Thursday after complaining of abdominal pain. His symptoms
No Democratic incumbents like commissioners President Todd Donati and Surveyor Phil Taylor or any other Republicans than Wilson. After former Mayor Sharon McShurley was pounded 10-1 in black neighborhoods last fall, Republicans have not spent any
Mayor Dennis Tyler speaks at Wednesdays Downtown Development Partnership meeting at the Patterson Building. Mayor Dennis Tyler met with downtown Muncie stakeholders on Wednesday, reassuring them of his support for downtown but also getting an earful
Mayor Dennis Tyler had plenty of good news to offer Muncie City Council in an impromptu State of the City address this week after his first 90 days in office. Tyler already delivered on agreements to operate 911 emergency communications and city-
And the mney cannot be spent for expenditures eligible for public park funding. Former Mayor Sharon Shurley , her park superintendent Matt Bailey, and then park board President Mary Beth Lambert, used the $101,000 fund as their personal checkbook,