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During the weekend, the 46th Hilly Hundred will take place through several Southern Indiana towns including Bloomington.
Film screenings, a dance party and a marriage ceremony were included in festivities at the Bloomington PRIDE film festival.
Standing ovation after standing ovation marked the Gay, Lesbian,
Bisexual and Transgender Alumni Association kick-off reception Friday.
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Alumni Association celebrated progress Thursday during Pride Night at the women's basketball game.
Valentine’s Day is today, but festivities last all weekend in Bloomington. Check out our roundup of community events.
Three local women will be honored in March for their service to Bloomington.
The Bloomington City Council will vote on an ordinance
on Wednesday to create the Matlock Heights Conservation District.
The 3rd annual Dropping the Puck on Cancer event took place Saturday afternoon at Frank Southern Ice Arena.
If you're staying in town, check out a roundup of events happening during the week of spring break.
The city council considered allowing sharpshooters at the Griffy Lake Nature Preserve in order to curb deer overpopulation.
The senior class of Edgemont Junior-Senior High School, Lauren Spierer's former high school, will be taught the Israeli self-defense art of Krav Maga.
Indiana had more than 25,000 reported cases of child abuse or neglect last year.
Head out to one of these events happening around town this weekend.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday an Indiana same-sex couple's marriage will be temporarily recognized by the state.
The Northside Exchange Club of Bloomington will be host of a dinner to award the latest Police Officer of the Year.
National Day of Civic Hacking occurred Saturday in 103 cities worldwide,
including Indianapolis. It was the city’s first time participating.
This weekend marked the end of this year's Circle City IN Pride festival.
Sycamore Branches helps 20- to 30-year-olds in Bloomington get involved with the outdoors.
Officers attended Hoosier Crossfit to get in better touch — and in better shape — with the community.
The event provides a space for the local art and farming community.