Is the city missing an opportunity to market parking meters as good for business?
A two-month watering ban? How can the city enforce such an order without turning neighbors against one another?
Much like in Columbus and Terre Haute, Bloomington leaders are discussing how trash fees might be tweaked in the coming year.
Bloomington’s mayor says he opposes the creation of a group of standing committees to do the business of the city council.
Will Occupy Bloomington change the way the mayor thinks about use of city parks?
The city has vowed to help find soon-to-be-pink-slipped workers jobs. But where?
Mayor Kruzan weighs in on a state law preventing uncontested political races from appearing on general election ballots.
Mayor Kruzan says sharing office resources and sharing staff between departments are ways the city will get more efficient over the next few years.
Bloomington officials plan to seek help from the Indiana National Guard in the search for missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer.
Mayor Kruzan offers his remembrance of the late Bill Cook, including a special letter he received near the end of Cook's life.