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Monroe County residents will experience road closures and utility projects throughout this week, March 19-25Braydyn The Bear LentsNewsBreak Contributor
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WATCH: City of Bloomington public safety investments check-in
BLOOMINGTON – In today’s video update, Mayor Hamilton and Deputy Mayor Carmichael provide an update on the new public safety investments, including the new public safety headquarters. At its January 25 meeting, the City Council approved appropriating proceeds from the recently approved public safety bonds (https://bton.in/OBxjM) for public...
South grad becomes first female Marine to reach sergeant major in overseas assignment
A 1994 Bloomington High School South graduate has become the first woman serving in the U. S. Marine Corps to reach the rank of sergeant major — the senior enlisted Marine — in an overseas assignment. Joy Maria Kitashima, 46, will become “the first female force-level sergeant major...
How safe is Bloomington, really? – By Steven Higgs
COMBS: HARD DRUGS, GANGS, PROLIFERATION DRIVE SPIKES IN GUN CRIME. Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part investigative series on rising crime in The Bloomingtonian called How Safe Is Bloomington, Really?. Part 2 will feature Rev. Forrest Gilmore from Beacon Inc. Part 3 will feature Bloomington Police...
Shelter seeks donations after dogs and puppies are rescued from hoarding/breeding operation
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH) — The City of Bloomington Animal Care and Control seized 68 dogs and puppies from an unauthorized breeding operation on Friday, March 17. While they search for homes for the animals, Bloomington Animal Shelter is seeking aid from fosters. Potential fosters will be asked to provide temporary housing for 1-2 weeks.
The Sandwich of Lent, Rating from 1-10 the worst fish sandwich shops across Bloomington, Ind.
With Easter coming up two weeks from today, I have asked myself all throughout the time of Lent and before the start of Easter, “What is the best fish sandwich across the city of Bloomington, Ind.?”
The quest for cheap housing: candidates offer visions of an affordable Bloomington
Every candidate for mayor lists affordable housing as a priority, and yet both candidates and residents are sharply divided on how to achieve affordability. As Bloomington grows, housing costs are driven up by high demand, naturally forcing a question of either expanding supply or letting people get priced out of town.
Bloomington set to pay $1.9 million for NE part of parking lot, planned for convention center expansion
In 2019, Bloomington’s redevelopment commission (RDC) paid $4,995,000 for most of the downtown block that formerly housed the Bunger & Robertson law firm. It was a move that put a significant sum behind the city’s preferred site for the planned expansion of the Monroe Convention Center. But it came with at least some amount of controversy for what was supposed to be a city-county collaboration.
What Mike Woodson Said After Indiana's 85-69 Loss to Miami in NCAA Tournament
Here's what Indiana coach Mike Woodson said after the Hoosiers' season-ending loss to No. 5 seed Miami in the NCAA Tournament Round of 32 on Sunday in Albany, N.Y.
It’s fair to call this IU basketball season a success, and the future uncertain
No, Indiana didn’t win a national title in 2023. And if that’s your only way to measure success for IU basketball, well then, you just experienced failure for the 36th straight season. Of course that’s an absurd standard. But the expectations were indeed high for this edition...
Columbus, Bloomington, Nashville join to address climate change
NASHVILLE, Ind. – Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop, Nashville Town Manager Sandie Jones, and Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton invite you to attend an announcement on Friday, March 24, at Nashville Town Hall, 200 Commercial Street, in Nashville. It will detail the next steps of working together in a bipartisan, cross-sector, multi-county effort to address climate change.
Wong, Miller lead Miami past Indiana, into Sweet 16
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Isaiah Wong and Jordan Miller led a decisive second-half spurt for Miami, which beat Indiana 85-69 Sunday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament to reach its second straight Sweet 16. Wong, the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year who was limited to five points in a first-round […]
Now open: New chapter for Bloomington's Caveat Emptor used bookstore begins
Dayna and Jared Thompson had help inviting people into Caveat Emptor Used Books at noon Friday when the downtown Bloomington bookstore reopened. "Jane Austen," "The Manchurian Candidate," and "Richard Nixon" by John A. Farrell welcomed patrons to browse. The new lights on the white, tiled ceiling ensured people could see...
‘I bet you won’t do it’ — Trayce Jackson-Davis took the dare to dribble, and gave IU’s offense a boost
ALBANY, N.Y. — What’s up with those crossover and between the legs moves you’ve seen from Trayce Jackson-Davis lately? And since when can he lead the fast break and make no-look passes?. If you ask him, he’ll tell you he’s had that stuff in his bag for...
TJD on Race Thompson: “He's gone through a lot of the stuff behind the scenes that people don't know about.”
ALBANY, NY — Race Thompson doesn’t want to tell you. It’s just not his style. All the injuries and issues he’s battled through this year, he’s kept silent about them as he’s been going through his final year with Indiana. And he’d rather keep it that way.
Indiana exits NCAA Tournament following loss to Miami in second round
ALBANY, N.Y. — Isaiah Wong and Jordan Miller led a decisive second-half spurt for Miami, which beat Indiana 85-69 Sunday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament to reach its second straight Sweet 16. Wong, the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year who was limited to...
Hoosiers sputter against Miami in NCAA Tournament
Miami used a second half run to pull away and punch their ticket to the Sweet Sixteen.
“Old school” flip phone Mike Woodson doesn’t care about headbands or anything else but IU basketball
ALBANY, N.Y. — Trey Galloway is toying with the idea of becoming the third Indiana starter to wear a headband when the Hoosiers face Miami on Sunday evening. The junior guard had an Adidas model on his head in the IU locker room on Saturday afternoon as the team was preparing for shootaround at the MVP Arena a day before their NCAA Tournament round of 32 matchup against the Hurricanes.
Recap: No. 4 Indiana falls to No. 5 Miami, 85-69, in the NCAA Tournament Round of 32
Indiana's quest for a 23rd Sweet 16 appearance will have to wait at least another season as the No. 4-seed Hoosiers fell to No. 5-seed Miami (FL), 85-69, in the NCAA Tournament Round of 32. A 16-2 Hurricanes scoring run midway through the second half was ultimately too much for the Hoosiers to overcome.
NCAA Tournament: Miami dominates Indiana on the glass as the Hurricanes move to the Sweet Sixteen
ALBANY, N.Y. – With a Sweet Sixteen trip at stake, Indiana trailed Miami 55-51 when Bensley Joseph took a three-pointer for the Hurricanes, but like eight times on the night, Norchad Omier was there for Miami. He kicked the rebound to Harlond Beverly for a three, and Miami never felt significant game pressure from there.
March Madness: Miami vs. Indiana odds, picks and predictions
The 5th-seeded Miami Hurricanes (26-7) battle the 4th-seeded Indiana Hoosiers (23-11) Sunday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Tip from MVP Arena in Albany, N.Y., is scheduled for 8:40 p.m. ET (TNT). Let’s analyze Tipico Sportsbook’s lines around the Miami vs. Indiana odds as we make our expert college basketball picks, predictions and best bets.
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