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About: bloomington, illinois

Home of the Beer Nut, Bloomington is a major transportation hub in central Illinois with Interstates 39, 55 and 74 all intersect within the city limits. Bloomington is also the home of State Farm Insurance.

Population: 74975
Local Newspapers: The Pantagraph
Local Sports Teams: Bloomington Extreme (IFL) Bloomington Prairie Thunder (IHL) Illinois State University Redbirds.
Local Colleges: Illinois State University

Zip Codes associated with bloomington, illinois: 61701 61704
Towns/Cities near bloomington, illinois : Normal Farmers City Towanda Lexington Lincoln Le Roy

Bloomington News
History Makers Award recipients announced

History Maker awards will be presented by the McLean County Museum to outstanding citizens that have helped to make the county a better place to live. History Maker awards will be presented by the McLean County Museum to outstanding citizens that have helped to make the county a better place to live.

Proposed airport restructuring would lower taxes

Executive Director for the Central Illinois Regional Airport Carl Olson said the proposed restructuring would serve as a safety-net for the airport. "We're doing this because of the economic uncertainty that's coming from Springfield and Washington with respect to federal and state funds," Olson said.

Singer Suzy Bogguss Notes DePauw Connection: Her Son, Senior Benton Crider

"It seems like yesterday that this newspaper was announcing the motherhood of local girl made very good, Suzy Bogguss," begins an article in the Pantagraph of Bloomington, Illinois. "'Yesterday' was, in fact, 22 years ago this spring when the word came down that million-selling country star and Illinois State University alum Suzy Bogguss had given birth to her first child, a son christened Benton Charles Crider."

EXCHANGE: Therapist teaches 5A1 2-year-old to climb stairs

"The ball is scary," pediatric physical therapist Jillian McGriff said as she sat Hunter Trefzger , 5A1 2, on an exercise ball. She steadied him as he reached, one by one, to grab rings held out by his mother, Sarah , and then tossed them one at a time toward a ring stand.

Jim Dey: What to make of 'motions in limine'

The defense says it doesn't want the prosecution to use unspecified unflattering information about a man charged with murder in an upcoming trial. The prosecution replies that it has no intention of using it, except perhaps in rebuttal after presenting its case-in-chief.

Chicago area favorite Portillo's coming to Normal

Following the April 13 groundbreaking ceremony for Portillo's 202 Landmark Drive location in Normal, media, local leaders and patrons enjoyed authentic Portillo's Italian sausage and beef, along with pasta and salad. The Chicago-style hot dog chain broke ground April 13 at 202 Landmark Drive in Normal with promises from Mayor Chris Koos that whatever financial projections the company may have for the coming location, "they're low."

Community Notes

The LaMoille Lions Club will host a fish fry supper from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 20, at the Lions Club, 308 Howard St., LaMoille. The dinner will include fish, slaw, bread and butter, and lemonade or coffee.

Places in Blo-No to go before graduation

For many students at Illinois State University, their time of living in Bloomington-Normal is coming to a close. With just over a month left until graduation, seniors will soon be packing their bags and making the reluctant plunge into the real world.

Relay for Life team meeting will be April 24 in Streator

As La Salle County Relay for Life will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year, a team meeting begins at 7 p.m. Monday, April 24, at Park Church, 201 N. Vermillion St., Streator. The meeting will be open to anyone interested in joining or starting a team, or just wanting to learn about Relay for Life.

ISU Spanish Club spices up students' lives

The ISU Spanish Club will host its Fiesta Latina celebration at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Prairie Room of the Bone Student Center. The university Spanish Club throws the Fiesta Latina celebration to provide students the opportunity to immerse themselves in the Hispanic culture though food, dancing and music.

Exchanging glances with inmates

Yes, I could have looked straight ahead while walking through the hallways connecting cells. But I couldn't resist the urge to look at those peering at me and others through bars and Plexiglas.

SGA representatives meet with state lawmakers

Secretary of Diversity Aleisha Reado, Secretary of Governmental Relations Richard Greenfield, Student Body Vice President Zach Schaab and Student Body President Kyle Walsh voice their opinions during a January SGA meeting. Students from Illinois State University's Student Government Association met with state lawmakers to advocate the need to invest in higher education in Illinois through full funding for higher education appropriation and MAP grants.

'American Passion Play' on center stage in Blo-No

The longest continuous running production of the " American Passion Play " takes place right here in Bloomington-Normal, in a building built specifically for it over 90 years ago. The longest continuous running production of the " American Passion Play " takes place right here in Bloomington-Normal, in a building built specifically for it over 90 years ago.

Fundraisers and fun to be had this weekend

This Friday, the ABC Counseling and Family Services will be hosting Gifts from the Heart Fundraiser. This is the 13th annual fundraiser and will be held at the Bloomington-Normal Marriot Hotel.

More high-speed rail upgrades underway in Central Illinois

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. - Work at a West Washington Street railroad crossing and another in Normal signals the end of major improvements in the Twin Cities related to high-speed passenger rail service.

Judge: Mentally ill inmates' care burdens Illinois jails

A McLean County judge says delays in placing mentally ill inmates in state hospitals shift the burden for their care to county jails and deny defendants their right to a timely psychiatric evaluation. The Pantagraph reports that 58-year-old Anita Jumper has been waiting in jail for more than a month for a bed at Springfield's McFarland Mental Health Center.

Editorial: Bike share puts Normal on the map

VP of Operations, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center Bob Miller and Normal Mayor Chris Koos cut the ribbon to lauch The Town of Normal and Zagster Bike Share 309 program in Uptown Normal. VP of Operations, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center Bob Miller and Normal Mayor Chris Koos cut the ribbon to lauch The Town of Normal and Zagster Bike Share 309 program in Uptown Normal.

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