The resolution will state that Bloomington supports same-sex marriage and does not support the possibility of the state constitution only recognizing marriage between a man and woman.
A county-wide program will now bear the name of its founder, Sophia Travis, a beloved community member who died last year.
Monroe County received the 2013 Local Government Cooperation Award from the Association of Indiana Counties on Wednesday.
On Tues. Oct. 1, either a government shutdown is avoided or all government services deemed non-essential will be halted and employees will be sent home on furlough.
Phyllis Pond, R-New Haven, the longest serving female state representative in Indiana, died Sunday. She was 82 years old.
The Monroe County Citizens’ Academy give residents the ability to learn more about how the government operates and how residents can become involved.
For Constitution Day, Sept. 17, the Indiana Daily Student talked to two experts and former national security leaders with IU ties — former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and former Rep. Lee Hamilton — about what role the Constitution plays in a modern world.
Bloomington Deputy Mayor Maria Heslin announced earlier this month she is leaving her city government position in the fall to return to the private sector.
A bill that would expand the existing voucher program, and become the nation’s largest voucher expansion, is moving to the desk of Gov. Mike Pence to be signed into law.
This money will especially be directed toward helping young children enrich their education. Obama’s Preschool for All proposal would allocate $75 billion during the next 10 years to ensure all students begin their kindergarten careers prepared.