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Members of the Bloomington City Council discuss a resolution in the city hall building Jan. 11, 2023. The council voted 5-4 to reject a proposed amendment that would have prevented the use of bond money to purchase the Showers building at 320 W. Eighth St. as a new police department headquarters Jan. 25, 2023.


Current and former Centerstone clients, including Carmon Vincent, Harold Grubb, Ian Matthews, Jason Hardy and Jeremy Robb, pose for a photo Jan. 20, 2023, in Centerstone's Peer Run Recovery Center. Grubb says that when he started at Centerstone, he was experiencing homelessness. He didn’t have a job, driver's license or car.  


Members of the Bloomington City Council discuss a resolution in the city hall building on Jan. 11, 2023. Isabel Piedmont-Smith was elected to serve as vice president of the council.  


A street in the Mooresville Acres trailer park is seen Nov. 23, 2022. Darla Jones lives in Mooresville Acres and spends her days at Miller's Merry Manor as a certified nursing assistant.


Darla Jones, front left, poses with other members of Hot Old Broads Oct. 2 near the end of their crafting event. They are gathered in an alcove of the shop decorated to mimic Central Perk, the coffeehouse featured on the show "Friends."


The entrance to Miller's Merry Manor, a nursing home where Darla Jones works as a certified nursing assistant, is seen Nov. 23, 2022 in Mooresville, Indiana. Jones meets residents' needs at all hours of the night.


The Chunky Monkey ice cream shop is seen Nov. 23 in Mooresville, Indiana. Despite last-minute cancellations, the Hot Old Broads hosted a successful crafting event with materials found around their homes.


Lisa Hanner-Robinson, left, and Tracy Miracle show their support for county commissioner candidate Perry Robinson at 10:45 a.m. Nov. 8, 2022, outside Southside Christian Church. Hanner-Robinson and Miracle are Perry Robinson's wife and sister, respectively.


Yard signs supporting various candidates are seen lined up at the edge of the parking lot Nov. 8, 2022, at Southside Christian Church. There was a heavy flow of voters at the church throughout the day.

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