A private developer has plans to demolish the stand and build a multi-use building which would house the Chocolate Moose business.
Judith Seigle diverted, embezzled and misappropriated over $430,000.
Browne replaces former clerk Linda Robbins, who resigned March 4 due to health problems.
A Bloomington group is trying to get a plastic bag ordinance passed, but those plans are now on hold.
The USDA estimates there are as many as 13,000 crows in the city.
This is the first time a Bloomington police officer has received a Congressional Badge of Bravery.
The city hosted a symposium Tuesday to talk about the potential for widespread, high-speed internet access for the city.
Bloomington is hosting a symposium on March 1 to explore the possibility of bringing "community wide high speed internet" to the city.
Monroe County Community School Corporation is moving school start times back in an effort to combat safety issues and student fatigue.
Because the release involved a treatment plant it will have no effect on the city's drinking water.