The Bloomington City Council approved the use of $1 million to update 14 of Bloomington's public parks.
Bloomington is preparing to remove enough dirt from Griffy Lake to fill more than two Olympic-sized swimming pools.
City officials held the last public input meeting for the switchyard park Tuesday.
Beer will be sold for between $2.00 to $2.50 a can and projected revenues for the course will be between $18,000 to $36,000 a year.
Other concepts for the park include a dog park, a splash pad, basketball courts, bocce ball courts, wooded walking trails, and community gardens.
Bloomington's mayor says he doesn't envision a law outlawing protests like the Occupy Bloomington movement. But one city council hopeful says he's support one.
The National Center on Accessibility’s study says some surfaces may put children with disabilities be particularly at risk.
The Griffy Lake Nature Preserve in Bloomington is the perfect place to escape. But the area still needs a lot of work to attain a healthy environment.
The annual Bloomington Senior Expo found a new home this year.
It's been a big month for downtown Bloomington with the opening of the B-Line Trail. Now a new, big piece of artwork is being installed.