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The Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market will remain under city management through 2020 after a unanimous vote Thursday night by the Board of Park Commissioners.
Update at 12:49 p.m. Dec. 12
A Farmers' Market Advisory Council meeting ended with uncertain feelings Monday night as council and community members debated over whether or not Bloomington's city-run farmers market would be better run by a private group next year.
Five protesters with the Purple Shirt Brigade were escorted out of the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market and issued trespass and disorderly conduct citations by police Saturday morning after holding signs and refusing to leave.
Ron Smith gives a speech to Democratic supporters Tuesday night after he was declared the unofficial winner for the Bloomington City Council District 3 seat at the Monroe County Democrats watch party. Smith won with 448 votes.
Sue Sgambelluri speaks about her victory Tuesday night in the city council District 2 election at the Monroe County Democrats watch party. Sgambelluri was the only one to face a republican candidate.
Mayor John Hamilton, center, and Ron Smith shake hands while talking with Sue Sgambelluri on Tuesday night at the election watch party for the Monroe County Democrats. Smith won the election for Bloomington City Council District 3, and Sgambelluri won the District 2 race.
Unofficial Tuesday night results for Bloomington’s only two contested elections show Democratic candidates Sue Sgambelluri and Ron Smith won the District 2 and 3 seats, respectively, for Bloomington City Council.
Elections are Tuesday for Bloomington's open positions.
A new branch of the Green Party in Monroe County could present candidates for local ballots as soon as the 2020 election.
Delaney Frye, a May 2019 IU graduate remembered by loved ones as a passionate environmentalist, driven achiever and loyal friend, died Sept. 30. She was 23.
The Monroe County Democratic Party announced in a Thursday release it will not denounce a township Democrat who is running independently for Bloomington City Council.
A group of protesters wore purple and waved makeshift purple fans Saturday afternoon at the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market to encourage shoppers to boycott Schooner Creek Farm.
During a farmers market season filled with threats of boycotts and violence, Sarah Dye said Thursday she feels her livelihood and legacy have been damaged by the attacks on Schooner Creek Farm.
With the Nov. 5 election just weeks away, students can find on-campus and online options to register Tuesday for National Voter Registration Day.
Bloomington and IU climate activists are encouraging people to walk out of class and work Friday and join them for a rally emphasizing the need for action on climate change.
When freshman Jacob Bailey started his first semester at IU, he said he was surprised at how much time he spent trying to get on the Wi-Fi.
While families picked restaurants for a post-football game dinner and students packed into bars to begin their Saturday night, one group on Kirkwood Avenue was not there to celebrate.
At a tucked-away property just north of Ellettsville, 73-year-old Treva Warthan stood under the bright Wednesday afternoon sun and scrubbed at the 666 someone had spray-painted on her church's front door.