Many of the of the city's homeless wonder why protesters are allowed in the park overnight, when the homeless have been run out of the park at night for years.
Downtown post office move to Walnut street expected in October.
The public is encouraged to come and speak at the meeting to help influence the discussion.
Aging electronics may be dropped off Saturday at Bloomington's sanitation garage.
The rising budget is largely due to a new expansion of its Lake Monroe Water Treatment plant.
The decision on whether to relocate Bloomington Hospital will be decided by the end of the calendar year.
A recent accreditation to a city department from a national organization is bringing new resources to the community.
Though record rain fell in April, area contractors are still making good time on a Bloomington construction project which started more than one year ago.
Two of Bloomington’s Democratic mayoral candidates squared off for the first time before the Democratic Women’s Club Tuesday.
The city has filled 800 of them already this winter and expects hundreds more.