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Over the past few weeks, stores have struggled to keep toilet paper, sanitary wipes and hand sanitizer on shelves. The same has been happening with diapers and baby wipes, but local Bloomington and Monroe County organizations are working to make sure families have what they need to take care of their babies.
As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the U.S., businesses and restaurants are coming up with up with ways to keep their businesses afloat.
As cases of COVID-19 continue to pop up in Indiana and people are being ordered to stay indoors, city officials said people will have to prepare for the situation to get worse before it gets better.
Gov. Eric Holcomb told Hoosiers to stay at home to slow the spread of the coronavirus during a state address Monday. The new executive order to stay home goes from 11:59 p.m. March 24 to 11:59 p.m. April 6.
An IU graduate stands with other active military members and veterans who attend IU on May 4, 2019, during the graduation ceremony at Memorial Stadium. IU postponed all 2020 spring commencement ceremonies, according to a statement released Friday.
As the coronavirus continues to spread around the world and the amount of cases in the U.S. rises to over 1,000, senior living communities have had to come up with plans to keep their residents safe.
Every year for more than a decade, hundreds of children and Bloomington residents were bused to a 10-acre field on the southwest side to learn how to plant trees.
A Bird and Lime scooter are set across from each other in front of Dunn's Woods. This spring, scooters from the Midwestern-based company VeoRide will join Bird and Lime scooters on the streets and sidewalks of Bloomington.
A shelf of surgical gloves and sanitizers is seen empty March 8 at Kroger on College Mall Road. Many stores around the country are dealing with a shortage of hand sanitizers and medicines due to coronavirus scares.
An aisle of cold and flu medicine stands nearly empty March 8 at Target in Bloomington. Many stores are seeing shortages of supplies such as sanitizers, disinfectant wipes and more due to worries of the spread of coronavirus.
Aisles of sanitizers and medications stood empty in Bloomington on Sunday morning, with seldom a person passing through like a tumbleweed as they realize there’s no more cold medicine and hand sanitizer to fight off the scare of coronavirus.
The Bloomington Parks and Recreation department is seeking applicants for 10 open positions on the Farmers’ Market Advisory Council, according to a March 3 press release from the city. Applications are due at 5 p.m. April 3.
The Monroe County Public Library Board of Trustees approved a plan Wednesday to build a new library location on the southwest side of Bloomington next to Batchelor Middle School.
Director of the Monroe County Public Library Marilyn Wood speaks during a special meeting March 4 at the Monroe County Public Library. The Board of Trustees approved a plan to construct a new library branch on the southwest side of Bloomington next to Batchelor Middle School.
There’s only one park in Bloomington that has a road running directly through it, but starting March 13, vehicles will no longer be able to access a section of Old State Road 37 North that runs through Lower Cascades Park.
Restaurants and businesses have been opening in Bloomington faster than people can keep track. It’s even hard for the Chamber of Commerce to keep track of all the places opening around the city.
The Musical Arts Center is located on North Jordan Avenue and has a 1,460-seat opera theater. A donation from the Well House Society of the IU Foundation will fund renovations to the MAC auditorium this summer.
The Bloomington Board of Park Commissioners passed new rules for the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market on Tuesday at a fiery meeting that included a 10-minute break to ease tensions and more than 40 comments from the public.
Beginning in March, two downtown parking lots will be upgraded from single meters to one pay station for a six month-long trial study, according to a press release from the City of Bloomington.
Yena Park, 10, wins the IU Bee on Saturday in the Monroe County Public Library after spelling the word "corollary" correctly. Park is a fifth grader at University Elementary School in Bloomington and will compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in May.