Indiana University’s efforts to enable data sharing for research and education programs across the world are getting a multi-million dollar boost.
The Indiana State Department of Health will use the money to connect school corporations with local farmers and producers beginning next year.
Bloomington is preparing to remove enough dirt from Griffy Lake to fill more than two Olympic-sized swimming pools.
The plan is being developed using a $615,000 grant from the Lilly Endowment.
The three-year program will help Bedford to improve its downtown by adding trails and renovating buildings.
IU hopes to create a laboratory that brings together artists, teachers and community leaders and will have the ability to create almost any object.
The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority expected only a 5 percent cut.
The Shalom Community Center plans to move dozens of homeless people into a new housing complex on the south side of Bloomington.
Martinsville is seeking $515,000 to restore the facades of six buildings on its town square.
The state legislature has passed a bill that would provide grants to schools that want to increase their security.