The tombstones at Rose Hill Cemetery served not only as markers of the past on Monday evening, but as a visual glimpse of a bleak future without proper health care during the start of the Medicare for All march.The march began at the entrance of the cemetery with about 75 people before heading to the Monroe County Courthouse square, where the number of attendees swelled to nearly 120 and local advocates and candidates for political office spoke about the benefits of a single-payer health...
EDITOR’S NOTE: Booking information is provided by the Monroe County Jail. These are preliminary charges and may change as cases are processed. To follow a court case, search the state’s court records at http://mycase.in.gov.• Eric T. Manion, 33, 510 S. Muller Parkway, arrested Saturday by Bloomington police on preliminary charges of criminal recklessness and carrying a handgun without a permit; booked into Monroe County Jail at 1:21 a.m.
The Bloomington Police Department responded to an early morning burglary Saturday at Aldi after receiving an anonymous tip.Officers responded to Aldi, a discount grocery store at 2035 S. Liberty Drive, at 5:19 a.m., one minute after the anonymous caller said she saw a white male wearing a black shit break a window and flee on foot with something in his hand. The store's alarm system sent out an alert at nearly the same time, BPD Sgt.
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Selecting a term
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