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The main planning period for the redevelopment of the current IU Health Bloomington Hospital site will begin this month, according to a city press release. The city has created multiple avenues for remote community engagement during the process including a website, virtual town hall meetings and email updates.
Months before the coronavirus wiped out jobs and put thousands in the hospital, people saw the need for better leadership in their communities and made the decision to run for public offices in the 2020 elections.
While many students quarantined at home in March and April, uncertain of their summer plans, IU sent out emails nudging students to knock out some credits and take a summer class or two. On March 26, Provost Lauren Robel announced all summer classes were going to be online and could be completed from the convenience of students’ homes.
Upland Brewing Company was in the Facebook spotlight after a letter to laid-off employees outlining the re-hiring process was posted and sparked anger among community members and past employees.
Kevin Hutchinson, who goes by "Hutch," talks to union strikers in early October outside a General Motors plant in Bedford, Indiana. Ford Motor Company and United Automobile Workers reached a deal this week that will prevent a similar strike at Ford plants.
Kevin Hutchinson, who goes by "Hutch," talks to union strikers in early October.
Kevin Hutchinson talks to union workers on the picket line at Bedford's General Motors plant. The union workers recently ended a six-week long strike.
BEDFORD — At each tent, a campfire fire burned, and the wind whipped the white soot and embers in all directions. Union workers, who had traded their T-shirts and sunglasses for sweatshirts and beanies, sat in camp chairs or stood around the fire, waving their signs when the occasional car passed.
Bloomington’s new Unified Development Ordinance, which will determine the future of Bloomington development and housing until it is updated next, is now down to its last two steps before being passed into law. The more than 400-page document has already been through over a year-and-a-half process of crafting and discussion.
Tom Linebarger, chairman and CEO of Cummins, will speak May 3 at IU’s graduate program’s commencement ceremony.
Richard Lugar, former United States senator and mayor of Indianapolis, died early Sunday morning at the Inova Fairfax Heart and Vascular Institute in Virginia, according to a press release from the Lugar Center. He was 87.
Peter Dorfman lives in the Near West Side neighborhood. He owns and lives in a small single-family home surrounded by other small single-family homes.
Parking has been a divisive topic in Bloomington since the city council decided to rebuild the Fourth Street garage. A startup that has been getting state and national recognition wants to be part of the solution.
The first 32 proposed amendments to Bloomington's Transportation Plan were released more than a week ago and aim to fix many of the large problems city council members and the public had with the original plan’s proposed street widths and add specificity to its ways to improve public transit.
During the 2011 primary election, District 6 city council member Steve Volan said only 275 people voted in his district out of the approximately 14,000 who live there.
A judge ruled Thursday that the Indiana legislature's last minute amendment to a 2017 bill to stop Bloomington’s proposed annexations of land was unconstitutional, according to court documents. The state has until May 20 to make an appeal.
The 17th case of the mumps was confirmed on IU-Bloomington’s campus this morning, IU spokesman Chuck Carney said. The first mumps case on campus was confirmed Feb. 21.
The Bloomington City Council passed three amendments and discussed seven other amendments to the city’s e-scooter regulation ordinance Wednesday night.
Jim Sims became the second African American to serve on Bloomington’s City Council when he was caucused in to replace a retiring council member in August 2017.