The developer of the One Uptown Circle building withdrew a request to amend its agreement with the Town before council members were set to consider the request Monday night.
Clearwater, Florida-based consultant Sports Facilities Advisory says while Bloomington-Normal has the right stuff to support a multi-sport complex, the community would need to pony up ~$43M to make it a successful venture.
A memorandum of understanding between the City of Bloomington and Illinois Wesleyan University approved Monday night is the first step toward redeveloping 4 acres of land on North Main Street, including the former Mennonite Hospital building.
Members of the 'Keep Families Together' campaign gathered outside Bloomington City Hall Monday evening had a message for the City council: “La lucha continúa – The fight continues.”
Bloomington Mayor Tari Renner says it’s high time the City council decided whether Bloomington will become a “welcoming city” for immigrants.
Weighing student, property owner, and environmental concerns, council members voted 4-2 in favor of Normal’s multi-family recycling ordinance Monday night, requiring property owners to offer on-site recycling by next fall.
A memorandum of understanding between the City of Bloomington and the Bloomington-Normal Economic Development Council sets new expectations for the agency that’s faced increased scrutiny from governing bodies over the last year.
Bloomington aldermen made their city manager choice official Monday night, unanimously approving the employment contract for current Decatur City Manager Tim Gleason.
Normal unveiled its proposed multi-family recycling ordinance during an informational meeting Thursday evening requiring property owners to offer on-site recycling by August 1, 2019
The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) Fiscal Year 2019-2024 Proposed Highway Improvement Program will pave the road to improvement for statewide and local travelers.