Here are some of the top stories we covered this week (April 9-13, 2018) on GLT and WGLT.org.
The former State Farm headquarters building in Downtown Bloomington no longer houses employees. The insurance company plans to put the building on the market.
Read the story: State Farm To Sell Downtown Building
McLean County State's Attorney Jason Chambers will seek a circuit judge vacancy, and First Assistant State's Attorney Adam Ghrist is moving on to a new position at the federal level.
Read the story: Chambers Applies For Judge; Ghrist Moves To Feds
An administrator from Madison Area Technical College in Wisconsin with decades of service in higher education will become the next president of Heartland Community College.
Read the story: Heartland Community College Picks President From Wisconsin
Early Council Candidate
Local activist and YWCA mission impact director Jenn Carrillo has announced her plans to run for the Ward 6 seat on the Bloomington City Council. Karen Schmidt currently represents the west side of Bloomington and hasn't announced whether she will seek re-election.
Read the story: Carrillo Runs For Ward 6 Council Seat In Bloomington
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