Tim Gleason will become Bloomington’s new City Manager after 4 years serving as City Manager of Decatur, IL.
Back to the “good” old days. For the past two years, the General Assembly and Governor were castigated for failing to produce a budget.
Despite “productive” talks between a local laborer representative and City staff, the prevailing wage ordinance Bloomington aldermen approved Monday night did not include a local hiring provision.
Bloomington’s Cultural District Commission has a new name and mission after aldermen Monday night unanimously voted to drop “District” from its name.
Bloomington’s Fire Department wants to commission a 6-foot bronze for a planned fire service memorial at Miller Park.
Bloomington’s three city manager finalists met with the press and members of the public at City Hall Tuesday evening to share why they believe they’re the best man for the job.
Three cornerstones of cultural arts in McLean County will see over $1M in capital improvements funds as part of Illinois’ new budget.
Starting this fall Normal will hand over the reins to a private company to manage its school crossing guard program.
Bloomington aldermen unanimously approved rules and educational materials for the City’s Public Safety and Community Relations Board Tuesday night.