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When David Johnson first met the members of Bloomington's Commission on the Status of Black Males, the experience was a little intimidating. [Read More]
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Otto Olson started his week with a trip to the bank. [Read More]
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And the Oscar goes to... [Read More]
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Lighthouse Christian is having a pep rally for its boys' basketball team this week. And why not? One good rally deserves another. [Read More]
Not everyone loves or understands math like Marvin Jones Jr. The Indiana University doctoral astrophysics student volunteers his time to help children with the subject... [Read More]
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In its 23rd year, Lotus Blossoms, a program of the Lotus Education & Arts Foundation, has grown to include seven artists, 13 public performances and... [Read More]
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Ahead of upcoming public meetings, city officials released documents and contracts this afternoon regarding its purchase of a $225,000 armored vehicle. [Read More]
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A court hearing that had been set for Monday during which Daniel Messel may have pleaded guilty to charges in a sexual assault case has... [Read More]
Land along Bloomington's B-Line Trail are set for a clean-up and the public is invited to share input at what sites should be prioritized at... [Read More]
Beginning this week, road crews will prepare the northern segment of the Interstate 69 construction zone for closures and restrictions that will begin as early... [Read More]
Bloomington South hopes to be among the teams fighting for a top-five spot again, and it'll all be set up by the performances in tonight's... [Read More]
3 stars - Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tessa Thompson, Gina Rodriguez, Oscar Isaac; R (violence, bloody images, language and some sexuality); in general release... [Read More]
A list of death notices reported to the H-T. [Read More]
A former Indiana University student was arrested Thursday after being sought on multiple felony drug charges. [Read More]
This guest column was submitted by Lana Ruegamer Eisenberg of Bloomington, a historian and member of the Citizens Climate Lobby. [Read More]
Most of my "charitable" donations are made in late December. However, most of them are not for charitable purposes, that is, to assist those in... [Read More]
More than usual, this season has been a balancing act for Bloomington's high school gymnastics coaches. [Read More]
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