The investigation is part of an initiative aimed at identifying labor violations in the Midwest's college towns.
After the co-op announced the resignation of its longtime general manager last week, the co-op said it would undergo changes to "better serve" its clientele.
According to a recent report from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Indiana's economic growth last years is among the slowest in the nation.
The Owen County Farmers’ Market plans to allow food stamps this summer, but that won’t happen immediately because of delays at the state level.
The discussion of illegal activities on Kirkwood Avenue has been framed around the issue of homelessness—an ongoing, often controversial topic in Bloomington.
Lawmakers voted to end Energizing Indiana last year. It was replaced with a program allowing utility companies to establish their own goals for energy savings.
Commenters suggested creating a year-round homeless shelter, more police downtown and getting more money to existing programs that deal with homeless people.
Indiana is hoping to attract more business from companies located in Connecticut, which recently approved a $1.5 billion tax increase.
Though Indiana has largely avoided the avian flu outbreak that's killed more than 46 million birds, businesses are now feeling the effects of rising egg prices.
The co-op's board of directors accepted general manager George Huntington’s resignation Monday.