The used and rare books store in Bloomington was going to close in August after being open for over 45 years.
In the op-ed for the New York Times, Hamilton describes seeing weapons carried openly at the local public pool and during the Fourth of July parade.
Bloomington residents will get the opportunity to provide input for the Comprehensive Master Plan at the Environmental Commission meeting tonight.
Mayor Hamilton responds to his push for more affordable housing in new downtown housing developments.
The June 2016 levels are higher than May 2016, but the City of Bloomington says the numbers are lower than June 2015.
We're getting ready to visit with Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton for Wednesday's show. Submit your questions now!
City Council approved the tax abatement for the Chocolate Moose site, but recommended changes to the original plan.
The CBU Director says increased rates will help stabilize the finances of the utilities and fund capital investments.
The development plan includes a new home for the popular Bloomington ice cream store, as well as space for retail and a four-story apartment complex.
Stepping Stones raised $16,000 in just one week to keep the organization running in the short-term.