Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton’s office released a proposal last week that would tighten restrictions on building height and density for future projects.
Two public input meetings will be held at City Hall in advance of the city's next parking study.
IU Bloomington's campus is on its way to becoming one of the most bike friendly universities in the nation.
The status of a proposed waste transfer facility on the west side of Bloomington is up the air as a private company waits for clearance.
Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County is negotiating with the county to assume developmental control of 84 acres on Bloomington’s southwest side.
Bloomington filed a lawsuit earlier this year claiming a last-minute addition to the state budget that halted its annexation efforts was unconstitutional.
Cook Group expects to close on the $6.5 million purchase of Bloomington’s former General Electric plant by the end of the month.
Bloomington City Council chose Wednesday night not to increase water and sewer rates but instead increase a number of single charge fees.
Hamilton says 15,000 more solar panels are being installed throughout the city by the end of the year.
Bloomington’s Plan Commission reluctantly approved a new four-story, 154 bedroom development in the place Rhino’s Youth Center occupies off South Walnut Street.