Karen Schmidt Bloomington Police Board To Consider Adding Youth Members By Ryan Denham • Jul 13, 2020 YouTube / City of Bloomington Bloomington’s police advisory board will consider whether to endorse the addition of up to two youth members to its ranks. Bloomington-Normal MLK Awards Announced By Charlie Schlenker • Dec 27, 2019 City of Bloomington The Bloomington and Normal Human Relations Commissions have announced their Martin Luther King Jr. award winners for the year. The commission chooses people who reflect the ideology of the late Dr. King. Bloomington Barbers Join Forces To Improve Youth Literacy By Tiffani Jackson • Aug 21, 2019 Tiffani Jackson / WGLT Erick Howard was only 12 when his mother realized he had an eye for precision. Group Seeks Private Development To Save State Farm Building By Eric Stock • Aug 12, 2019 Eric Stock / WGLT A community task force that's looking for ways to save State Farm's former downtown headquarters isn't looking for the City of Bloomington to take over the building, according to one of its members who previously served on the city council. No Easy Arena Fixes, Even If Bloomington Replaces VenuWorks By Ryan Denham • Mar 4, 2019 Amy Niebur / WGLT Over the next month, Bloomington city leaders will decide whether to keep or fire the company that runs Grossinger Motors Arena. It won’t be an easy decision. Friends Recall West Bloomington Advocate Who 'Made Us Better People' By Eric Stock • Dec 7, 2018 Illinois State University A man who served west Bloomington and the larger Twin City community for decades has died.