Indiana legal experts say new methods of rehabilitating teens convicted of crimes appear to be working, but could still be improved.
Imam Mikal Saahir says his congregation, comprised almost entirely of U.S. citizens, does not see the hearings as constructive or responsible.
The new measure partially restores many programs cut during the 2010 fiscal year.
The City of Bloomington and Ivy Tech have collaborated to join a study analyzing the way that non-profit arts organizations impact local economies.
Latino students oppose Indiana Senate immigration bill, fearing racial discrimination towards multicultural community.
A new candidate has entered the democratic primary for Bloomington’s city council.
Political strategists James Carville and wife Mary Matalin will headline the eighth annual O’Bannon Institute for Community Service fundraising dinner.
Shalom Community Center, began holding free, on-site GED preparation classes starting January 25.
The committee expects the school board to tweak the current recommendations based on community input.
Heritage Fund officials say they hope to understand how people feel about Columbus and to build a more welcoming community.