City of Bloomington Seeks Public Input In Trades District Garage Preliminary Design Process

(BLOOMINGTON) – Community members are invited to share feedback about the new parking garage planned for Bloomington’s Trades District at an open house on Thursday,…

Continue Reading...

Bedford Pension Board To Meet Wednesday

(BEDFORD) – Bedford Pension Board will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m.

Continue Reading...

Xbox And Other Items Stolen From Bloomington Home

(BLOOMINGTON) – Bloomington Police detectives are investigating the theft from a home on East Seventh Street.

Continue Reading...

Salem High School Lion Legacy Dinner April 5

(SALEM) – The Salem High School Lion Legacy Dinner is April 5.

Continue Reading...

Opportunity Knocks For Farmers Wanting To Serve On Indiana Corn Checkoff Board

(UNDATED) – Hoosier farmers interested in directing Indiana corn checkoff investments can now sign up to run for election to the Indiana Corn Marketing Council…

Continue Reading...

Fire Damages Home On H Street

(BEDFORD) – A fire caused extensive damage to a home at 1812 H Street early Sunday morning.

Continue Reading...

State Health Dept. Officials Warn Hoosiers Of Ticks Carrying Lyme Disease

(UNDATED) – Indiana health officials are encouraging Hoosiers to protect themselves from tick bites while outdoors as warmer temperatures bring an increase in tick activity…

Continue Reading...

Bloomington Man Arrested On Child Pornography Charge

(BLOOMINGTON) – A 20-year-old Bloomington man was arrested on Thursday on a charge of child exploitation after police found him in possession of a flash…

Continue Reading...

Clean Sweep For The City Of Washington Is April 13

(WASHINGTON) – Clean Sweep for the City of Washington is April 13.

Continue Reading...

Officials Recognize Child Abuse Prevention Month

(UNDATED) – Child Abuse Prevention Month provides advocates across the state a chance to raise awareness of community efforts to stop child abuse and neglect….

Continue Reading...