The Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department is closing a portion of its Rail Trail beginning today to remove invasive plants.
The City of Bloomington on Tuesday commenced a program to celebrate the city's Bicentennial urging residents to buy or donate tulip trees.
The Switchyard Park, along the B-Line Trail, will not be funded at all through the Parks and Recreation budget for the coming year.
The Bloomington community came together to make a stand and offer a helping hand for children in Third Street Park.
A recent accreditation to a city department from a national organization is bringing new resources to the community.
Bloomington residents don’t have to go very far to enjoy one of the state’s best trails.
Bloomington's Park and Recreation Department is seeking park ambassadors to report on park safety concerns.
The B-Line Trail project in Bloomington is on track to be completed ahead of schedule. Crews today installed the pedestrian bridge above Grimes Lane.
Jackson Creek Trail, on Bloomington’s south side, is open after just three months of construction.
Bloomington hosts national softball tournament that could generate millions of dollars in revenue for the local economy.