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Famous for its rock quarries, Bloomington is an area of irregular limestone terrain characterized by sinks, ravines, fissures, underground streams, sinking streams, springs and caves. It is situated in the rolling hills of southern Indiana, resting on the intersection of the Norman Uplands and the Mitchell Plain. The Little 500 is a bicycle race held annually at Bill Armstrong Stadium on the campus of Indiana University.
Local Newspapers: The Herald-Times Indiana Daily Student
Local Sports Teams: Indiana University Hoosiers (NCAA)
Local Colleges: Indiana University
Zip Codes associated with bloomington, indiana:
47201 47403 47404 47406 47408
Towns/Cities near bloomington, indiana : Spencer Ellettsville Bedford
Group pushing to save IU running course from construction
A push is on to protect the Indiana University cross country course from the planned construction of a new hospital facility in Bloomington. A group called Friends of the IU Cross Country Course started a campaign after Indiana University Health announced it would build its new Regional Academic Health Center on the location of the IU Golf Course's driving range along the Indiana 45/46 Bypass.ARRL Amateur Radio Testing In Bloomington
Testing will be held on Saturday, March 3rd at 12 p.m. at the First United Church, at 2420 East 3rd St, Bloomington, just west of Eastland Plaza behind Prompt Care and IU Credit Union. If you are upgrading your amateur radio license, please bring your FCC license, and any CSCEs you may have, as well as photocopies of these documents along with your photo ID.VIDEO: Dancer Mette Towley Stole The Show During the NBA All-Star Game
The NBA All-Star Game's halftime show was certainly something. Pharrell Williams , N.E.R.D. and Migos performed, but a dancer stole the show from them.Bloomington police face criticism for armored truck purchase
Bloomington's police department is facing criticism for buying an armored truck that opponents argue will militarize the college town's police force. Residents who oppose the new quarter-million dollar truck that's being built for the department's critical response team questioned Police Chief Mike Diekhoff about the purchase last week.Kentucky lawmakers consider hike in cigarette tax
Nicholas Heidenwright owns Marina Point Tobacco Outlet. He says 95 percent of their sales involve tobacco products, and the tax increase would be a severe blow to his business.Rights tug of warNeed another example of Indiana lawmakers' contempt...
Need another example of Indiana lawmakers' contempt for local decision-making? How about a bill that would prevent your local zoning officials from barring a mining operation in your neighborhood? House Bill 1289, awaiting a hearing in the Senate Natural Resources Committee, was authored by Rep. Jeff Ellington, R-Bloomington.VIDEO: Arizona Cheerleader Ejected For Heckling Arizona State Players
In one of the more ridiculous stories I've ever written about, an Arizona cheerleader was thrown out of Thursday night's matchup with Arizona State for heckling opposing players. No, I'm not kidding.Indiana University Historian Available to Speak About South Africa Leadership Transition
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The 15-month period before 2019 South African elections will provide a key test for new President Cyril Ramaphosa and the ruling African National Congress, according to an Indiana University historian whose research areas include South Africa.Bridge finds new home? Historic span possibly headed to fairgrounds
At least part of the historic Bell Ford Covered Bridge could find a new home at the Jackson County Fairgrounds in the near future. The bridge has been in storage since the east span was pulled from the East Fork White River after it collapsed in early January 2006.Bloomington police address concerns over department's armored vehicle
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Police in Bloomington addressed residents' concerns Tuesday about the department's purchase of a new, $219,486 armored vehicle.Bangert: Americus ready to fight quarry bill
A state lawmaker says he wants block local bans on mining. Tiny town of Americus sees one more attempt to put a Rogers Group quarry in its backyard A state lawmaker says he wants to level the playing field and block local bans on mining operations.IU-Led Study Finds Neurotransmitter Glutamate May Play a Role in Alcohol Relapse, Addiction
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- A study led by Indiana University on neurochemical changes associated with alcohol addiction found that the neurotransmitter glutamate plays a role in some alcohol cravings.Bloomington Commission On Aging Hosts Lifetime Community Workshop
A "Lifetime Community" is defined as a place that promotes physical, social, mental and economic well being for persons of all abilities, across the lifespan. The Lifetime Community concept emerged from research carried out by the Center on Aging and Community at Indiana University in Bloomington over the past several years, funded by the Grantmakers in Aging organization.Valentinea s Day means organized chaos for Indiana florists
It started two months ago when Sciscoe ordered her flowers in preparation for the busy holiday. On a typical week at Mary M's Walnut House Flowers and Gifts, the shop receives up to 3,000 roses, but this week leading up to and including Valentine's Day, they expect to go through at least 15,000.Laura Hammack '95 is Trustee of Ivy Tech-Bloomington
"Brown County Schools Superintendent Laura A. Hammack has been appointed to the regional board of trustees for Ivy Tech Community College-Bloomington," reports the News-Press of St. Joseph, Indiana. "Her appointment, approved by the Ivy Tech State Board of Trustees, took effect Wednesday and runs through June 30, 2021."At IU screening of 'From the Ashes', Mellencamp says coal isn't the answer
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The future of the American coal industry was highlighted on the Indiana University campus Friday, with entertainer John Mellencamp lending his time and his voice to the discussion.Gophers, Indiana
Gallery: Minnesota guard Jamir Harris shot in front of Indiana forward Freddie McSwain Jr. during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Bloomington, Ind., Friday, Feb. 9, 2018. Gallery: Indiana forward Juwan Morgan, right, shot in front of Minnesota defenders Nate Mason, left, and Jordan Murphy during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Bloomington, Ind., Friday, Feb. 9, 2018.
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