Finger-pointing over RFRA could have a ripple effect on this year’s elections, as people on both sides of the issue begin looking ahead to the fall.
The terrorist attacks in Paris hit close to home for Hoosiers. Will new legislation strike an equal balance between religious liberty and civil rights?
A city partnership with a growing arts organization will establish a new downtown Bloomington art center.
The bond will also pay for projects including affordable housing, expansion of the animal shelter, solar panels on city buildings and road improvements.
The Downtown Bloomington Recycling Center will close in July because of financial problems.
A letter signed by Indiana legislators calls for the Bloomington MPO to add I-69 back into its transportation plan.
Nearly 200 people filed into the Evangelical Community Church Thursday night almost 4 weeks after 20 year old Lauren Spierer went missing.
As Kruzan clinched the democratic primary Tuesday night, so too, did some familiar faces in city council.
Two of Bloomington’s Democratic mayoral candidates squared off for the first time before the Democratic Women’s Club Tuesday.