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Jim Blickensdorf, owner of local restaurant Grazie Italiano, is running for the District 3 seat on the Bloomington City Council.
The Redistricting Network, a coalition of several Monroe County organizations, met Thursday night at the Monroe County Public Library to discuss the next steps in its mission to convince legislators to pass redistricting reform.
Rory James has always been a self-proclaimed, unapologetic geek. Growing up, despite differences between him and his brothers, he felt affirmed as his distinct self by his family and community.
The Bloomington City Council unanimously approved ordinances to establish two historical districts and renew a program to support economic development Wednesday. The council also set a schedule to review the city’s new transportation plan.
When Tora Knapp went to a meeting to learn about solar panels, she and her husband knew it was out of their budget.
The Bloomington city council voted to approve changes to the ordinance that fixed 2019 salaries for city workers, and advanced a proposed ordinance that would establish two new historic districts Wednesday night.
In addition to rent, utilities add to the many costs students must keep track of when living off campus. There are many easy ways, however, to lower the cost of utilities. Here are 10.
The city of Bloomington posted its fourth resident survey online Jan. 8 about on compositing services.
In response to the Foster and McNutt residence hall closings next school year, Residential Programs and Services will not provide on-campus housing to approximately 1,100 returning students who renewed their RPS contracts for the 2019-2020 academic year.
The Fourth Street parking garage closed Jan. 2 for structural repairs, according to a city press release. The 352-space garage will reopen four to six months after work begins in April.
Photos of Kelley students with their “I-Core Survivor” T-shirts have been all over social media after these students completed their semester last week. I-Core is a semester of one 13-credit-hour class that covers the four main aspects of a business and a final case project that is different based on if the student is in honors or regular I-Core. But what exactly happens during the semester that all Kelley students have to go through? The IDS sat down with two I-Core students, juniors Jonathan Ort and Grace Liu to get the scoop. Ort went through regular I-Core, and Liu went through honors I-Core.
Foster and McNutt quads will be closed for renovations during the 2019-2020 academic year to thoroughly address ongoing mold problems.
After Kemontie Johnson, 21, was shot and killed at an off-campus party IU fraternity party in the early hours of Oct. 28, Janey Griffin, vice president of the Black Student Union, said BSU thought it was time to come together in solidarity against gun violence in the black community.
Mayor John Hamilton will run for re-election according to an announcement in a press release from Hamilton's campaign Sunday.
IU has opened a Title IX investigation on Maurer School of Law associate professor Ian Samuel, said IU Spokesman Chuck Carney.
The Barnes and Noble location on East Third Street will close in February 2019, according to a statement from Jim Lampassi, vice president of real estate development at Barnes and Noble.
INDIANAPOLIS - A federal judge granted a temporary restraining order on destruction of evidence Wednesday in the lawsuit against the Trustees of IU regarding residence hall mold problems.
INDIANAPOLIS - A federal judge is expected to make a ruling in the next two days on the first formal hearing for a lawsuit against the Trustees of IU regarding residence hall mold problems. A Monday hearing was meant to determine if the plaintiff’s request for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction would be necessary.
ELLETTSVILLE, Ind. — Gobbles rose up and the turkeys crowded close to the fence. It was time for fresh grass.
Since September, IU students living in residence halls have been dealing with widespread mold problems.