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Bloomington City Council Indicates Possible Significant Changes to Downtown Parking

The Bloomington City Council has indicated it may make significant changes to how it manages parking downtown. At a meeting last week there were two proposal packages. City Clerk Regina Moore summarized the first, from Council Member Steve Volan. Moore summarizes, “This is to improve parking management in the downtown by imposing a maximum charge for on-street metered parking, setting …

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Increasing Number of HIV Cases in Southeastern Indiana

The reported number of HIV cases in Southeastern Indiana has increased to 106. That’s up from 89 declared cases just four days earlier. Those numbers are all from the State Department of Health. The department has helped establish what it calls a One-Stop Shop in Scott County, where many of the cases have been discovered. There is also a new …

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Activate! – Meals on Wheels: Helen Freeman

LINKS Karmakit Delivery Mother Hubbard’s Grocery Delivery  Meals on Wheels Drivers

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Daily Local News – April 13, 2015

More than a hundred people have signed a petition to address what they say is a crisis at Bloomington’s food cooperative; The reported number of HIV cases in Southeastern Indiana has increased to 106; Former soldier Rory Fanning is coming to Indiana University tomorrow to give a talk titled, “Worth Fighting For: An Army Ranger’s Journey Out of the Military …

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Hola Bloomington – April 10, 2015

Hola Bloomington’s hosts Luis Hernández and Luis Fuentes talk about one of the most anticipated Spring sporting event in Bloomington. The Indiana University’s men’s soccer team versus Mexico’s National under 17 team. They discuss past game results and what this event means for the Latino community in Bloomington and the surrounding areas. Los locutores de Hola Bloomington Luis Hernández y …

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bloomingOUT – April 9, 2015

Tonight our hosts Jeff Poling and Ryne Shadday discuss recent news, as well as the importance of donation for WFHB and why they love community radio. Jeff Jewel interviewed mayoral candidate Darryl Neher. This week’s song was “Wild Ponies, Love is Not a Sin,” by Doug and Telisha Williams. We would like to thank Darryl Neher for dedicating his time …

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Voices in the Street – Support Your Voice, Voice Your Support!

This week is our spring fund drive here at WFHB, your chance to support our award-winning news department. We’re asking you to call 812-323-1200 or go online to wfhb.org and pledge your support to South Central Indiana’s only volunteer-powered, listener-supported community radio station. This year we’re highlighting the Bloomington community so Voices in the Street hit the streets to ask …

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Construction on I-69 Starts Soon

Construction of section 5 of I-69 on the west side of Bloomington will begin this month. In conjunction with this start, the Bloomington Board of Public Works was asked last week to grant a six-month noise permit to Isolux Corsan, for night-time work along Section 5 of the new interstate. Isolux Corsan is the lead contractor on the 21-mile section …

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Mayor Candidate John Hamilton Holds Fundraiser in D.C.

The race for mayor of Bloomington took one candidate six hundred miles from City Hall last night. John Hamilton, one of three Democratic candidates for mayor, held a fund raiser at Mandu Restaurant in Washington, D.C., about a mile from the U.S. Capitol building. The event was co-hosted by several prominent Democrats, including some high-profile lobbyists and public officials. Hamilton …

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Daily Local News – April 9, 2015

The race for mayor of Bloomington took one candidate six hundred miles away from City Hall last night;Construction of section 5 of I-69 on the west side of Bloomington will begin this month;The Walnut Twig Beetle, known for carrying a fungus fatal to black walnut trees, has been detected for the first time in Indiana; VOICES IN THE STREET This …

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