Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan announced Monday his appointment of retiring Ivy Tech Chancellor John Whikehart to the position of Deputy Mayor.
The new initiative is a public-private partnership to inform consumers that smurfing, or purchasing medicines for meth makers, is a criminal offense.
Money from newly-installed parking meters in downtown Bloomington will help pay for five part-time and one full-time positions.
People on both sides of Indiana’s same sex marriage debate say Wednesday’s Supreme Court rulings are good news for Hoosiers.
The city has rescinded its letter of recommendation for an expansion of JB Salvage’s west side facility.
The Chamber of Commerce does not condemn the idea of metering more spots downtown but says the city should move forward slowly with its parking plans.
Elected officials, along with members of the clergy and a dozen local couples, took a symbolic stand against Indiana’s gay marriage ban Thursday night.
A proposal going before the Bloomington city council would virtually eliminate free parking from the downtown retail district.
Tim Brown (R-Crawfordsville) sounded Monday like he wasn't sold on Governor Mike Pence's tax cut plan.
The city will also do a once-a-decade reconsideration of how it expands and where it should house its residents.