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INDIANAPOLIS – Another wave of layoffs at the Carrier plant left 215 people unemployed Thursday, despite President Trump’s campaign promises to help keep American workers at the company.
In an 3-2 party-line vote, the Federal Communication Commission voted to repeal Obama-era net neutrality provisions in their Dec. 14 meeting.
As the holiday season kicks into full swing, so does the dreaded flu season.
The holiday season is a businessman’s dream – unless that businessman’s customer base suddenly disappears.
Bloomington resident Andy McManis always had a love for fashion but spent years in a finance position in Arizona before a friend suggested she opened her own boutique. With little hesitation, McManis decided to start a fashion boutique as a side business.
Cafe Pizzaria has been around for a long time — 64 years to be exact. Its location on 405 E. Kirkwood Ave. puts the business in a bustling spot in downtown Bloomington and right outside of campus.
Ben Higgins looked out into a sea of women — and some men, 14 out of a crowd of over 50 people to be exact, too.
Applesauce, coconut, cream cheese, and peanut butter and jelly are just a few of the donuts offered at one of Bloomington's recent additions, Jack's Donuts.
The Bloomington Animal Shelter will have construction on its parking lot Nov. 16 and 17, according to a Bloomington press release.
Between the serves and sets in his tennis matches, a then-14-year-old Garrett Greller started feeling severe, dull pain in his back, knees, hips and ankles.
Even though Inkwell, a coffee shop on College Avenue, opened two months ago, the finishing touches are still coming together — the shop still needs to buy more mugs, install an outdoor sign and finish building the bar and pastry display.
At Azzip Pizza after the customer orders, the pizza is finished within two and a half minutes.
The history and diversity in Bloomington inspired two local companies, Select Sports Outfitters and Top It Off, to merge and become one store called 1818 Apparel Company.
After last year's election IU alumnus Jonathan Hecht said he was feeling frustrated, especially by the lack of power he felt some people had. To try to address these feelings, he started a Kickstarter for a browser extension called Impakt that aims to help users shop according to their social values.
Local grocery store Bloomingfoods has spent the last two months preparing a their newest service for Bloomington.