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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
Bridgestone Bloomington plant receives Caterpillar certification

Bridgestone Americas Inc.'s off-road tire plant in Bloomington, Ill., received a platinum-level distinction in the Caterpillar Supplier Quality Excellence Process Certification, which is the highest possible honor. "This recognition is a reflection of our commitment and a testament to our dedicated employees in our Bloomington Plant and Americas Technical Center, and in Customer Support, and Logistics and Supply Chain Management, all of whom deliver quality and innovation through their work in product, engineering and manufacturing performance, to customers like Caterpillar," Eugene Johnston, executive director, original equipment manufacturers global support, Bridgestone Americas, said in a statement.

IL: Proposed Washington Street Bike Lanes Head to Council in Bloomington

June 15--BLOOMINGTON -- The Bloomington Planning Commission voted Wednesday in favor of a proposal to add bicycle lanes on Washington Street after listening to 20 people comment during a two-hour-long public hearing. Commission members voted 7-3 to recommend amending the city's 2015 bicycle master plan to add Washington Street from Lee Street to St. Joseph Drive.

Fort Wayne man arrested for robbing bank in Illinois

BLOOMINGTON, IL A Fort Wayne man has been arrested in Illinois for the robbery of a PNC Bank branch on Tuesday. Zachary Finchum, 31, was taken into custody after he was pulled over on I-74 by Illinois State Police after they had received a description of him and the vehicle he was driving according to a press release from the Bloomington, Illinois Police Department.

Internet singer Austin Jones charged with felony child-pornography production

Austin Jones, a 24-year-old singer popular on YouTube and social media, has been charged with two felony counts of production of child pornography for allegedly persuading underage fans to prove their devotion to him by sending graphic videos shot to his specifications. Jones, of Bloomington, Ill., was arrested Monday at O'Hare International Airport and charged in federal court Tuesday in Chicago, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Asmark, AGCO Open Training Center For Beginning Applicators

ASMARK, AGCO OPEN TRAINING CENTER FOR BEGINNING APPLICATORS Jun. 14, 2017 Source: AGCO news release AGCO Corporation and the Asmark Institute have opened a new Applicator Training Center, created in a collaboration between the two organizations. The specially designed facility located in Bloomington, Ill., is the home of the new Applicator Training Course, a four-day program dedicated to educating individuals with little or no background in the application of crop protection products and plant nutrients.

Rock the evening with the BCPA's Summer Solstice Concert

Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts will be hosting concerts of the front lawn. Take a load off and listen to music on a beautiful summer day this Father's Day weekend.

Urbana council gives inital approval to $46 million budget

The city council gave its initial approval on Monday to the proposed Fiscal Year 2017-18 $46 million budget, which aims to navigate financial uncertainty from the state budget impasse and Carle Foundation Hospital court case. The final budget vote will take place June 19. Among the major proposed budget changes is increasing the food-and-beverage tax from 1 percent to 1.5 percent, which the city expects will provide an additional $390,000.

Open house at new OSF Weight Management Center

OSF St. Joseph Medical Center will host an open house at the new OSF Weight Management Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, June 15. The new clinic is in the lower level at 1701 E. College Ave., Bloomington, providing patients convenient access and more space for classes and comfort in the 3,750-square-foot space. The Center offers proven weight-loss options designed to help patients lose weight right away.

Heading to #TBT2017? So are we

You are probably just as excited about The Basketball Tournament as the rest of the #FAMILY at K-State for a few reasons. We are looking forward to covering this year's tournament just like we did last year, hopefully with a longer run for Purple and Black this time around.

Mental Health First Aid training program comes to Bloomington

The McLean County Health Department will host a Mental Health First Aid instructor certification training class from Monday through Friday at the McLean County Health Department located at 200 W Front St. in Bloomington. As part of the MHFA Collaborative, this marks the second year in a row that the Central Illinois Area Health Education Center at Illinois State University has covered the costs of bringing trainers from the National Council for Behavioral Health, managers of the program throughout the country, to the McLean County Health Department for the program.

OPINION: You bet he's eyeing Senate

U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Channahon, speaks with a constituent last week after a town hall at Pontiac's Eagle Events Center. He didn't rule out running for U.S. Senate in 2020.

Child struck by car in Bloomington dies

Officials tell WAND News that Mackenzy Brown, 6, was pronounced dead at the Children's Hospital of Illinois in Peoria on Monday. Bloomington police say Brown was struck by a car in the 2400 block of Bunn Street at about 2:10 p.m. on June 3. Bloomington Police Sergeant Ray Craft says Brown was transported to Peoria for treatment, and that this incident appears to have been "a tragic accident," and was not intentional.

EXCHANGE: Obscure program trains next generation of doctors

Medical student Nicholas Weber examines Joy Longnecker while working the cardiology unit, after Longnecker was admitted to Advocate BroMenn Medical Center for chest discomfort in Bloomington, Ill. Since 2008, BroMenn and local physicians have provided clinical training for third- and fourth-year medical students under the direction of supervisory physicians and residents.

Roncalli senior ends career with long jump title

Roncalli senior Paige Saylor won the long jump competition on Saturday at the girls state track and field meet at Indiana University in Bloomington. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal Paige Saylor knows if she's about to do something special a split-second after her left foot hits the long jump board.

Bloomington child struck by vehicle, taken to hospital

Bloomington police say officers were dispatched to a report of a pedestrian hit by a vehicle in the 2400 block of Bunn Street at about 2:10 p.m. Upon arriving, officers say they found the girl, who was taken to a local hospital for treatment. Bloomington Police Sergeant Ray Craft tells WAND News that the girl was transported to a hospital in Peoria, and that this incident appears to have been "a tragic accident," and was not intentional.

Tom Kacich: High school teacher polite about 13th District run

There are at least a half-dozen Democrats thinking about running for their party's nomination in Illinois' 13th Congressional District next year, but only two have actually filed with the Federal Election Commission: Dr. David Gill of Bloomington and Benjamin Webb of Normal. Gill is well-known in the district, having run against U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis in 2012.

Bloomington's Miller Park Zoo sees more visitors, revenue

The Miller Park Zoo in central Illinois is seeing increased attendance and revenue for the second year in a row. The Pantagraph reports that the zoo's attendance was more than 123,000 in the fiscal year that ended April 30. That's up from about 114,300 in the previous fiscal year.

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