Bloomington police say this year’s Little 500 weekend was typical for one of the biggest party weekends of the year.
Plans for old hospital site include an arts and activities center, office space and a mix of different kinds of housing.
The massive piece senses the people as they walk past and even greets and interacts with them using illumination patterns, for example.
Rather than interrupting Wednesday’s meeting like in previous weeks, activists spoke only during the public comment portion in voicing opposition to the purchase of an armored vehicle.
Bloomington’s popular Food Truck Friday event is back this week after organizers had trouble finding a location. Food trucks congregate in one place every Friday as part of the event. It usually runs from the beginning of April to the end of December. Organizers announced on Facebook the weekly event will take place this season […]
A new study is shaping the future of west side traffic, the police department's response to an armed wanted man this past week and $34 million authorization for Switchyard Park.
The Bloomington Redevelopment Commission Monday authorized the $34 million needed to build the city’s Switchyard Park.
The Pointe Service Association plans to form a separate corporation that will be in charge of the golf course and associated buildings.
The unpredictable shifts in weather this early spring season are creating some challenges for local Bloomington plant growers.
A panel of city planning experts will present recommendations Friday for how to redevelop the current Indiana University Health Bloomington hospital location.