A group of people are currently gathered outside of Bloomingfoods’ near west side location in support of workers seeking to unionize;The director of the Monroe County Public Library is leaving her post early next year;The Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles said today that some Hoosiers deserve a refund;Students at Indiana University are working to remove shame and stigma associated with mental illness through a new program called The College Toolbox;A local gathering of citizens concerned with climate change will gather this sunday, coinciding with a bigger climate march organized in News York city over the weekend;The Richland Bean Blossom School Board approved a budget for 2015 in their meeting on Monday, September 15th;On September 11th, the storm water management board debated a line item in their 2015 budget at the urging of the county council;A Monroe County official says the County is dragging its feet on adding a non-Democrat to the Plan Commission;Also at the meeting, the Plan Commission approved a measure that allows local attorney Ken Nunn to build new structures his yard.
(No Feature)WFHB Correspondent Bloomingfoods’ workers gathering to unionize.
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Anchors Carolyn VandeWiele, Scott Weddle
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