More than 50 local businesses will participate in Shop Owensboro – Summer Edition this Saturday, with the ability for shoppers to win a $50 gift card.
StepStone Family and Youth Services — located at 2601 West Parrish Ave. — specializes in matching children with dedicated and caring foster families.
Quality of life is something we have long been proud of in Greater Owensboro.
The Community Programs Manager position was the first full-time career job I had after college. I remember how excited I was when I got the call from the Chamber president offering me the position. He offered me $17,500 annually. I could quit the other part-time jobs I had and focus on my career and graduate…
The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce filled the Convention Center’s German American ballroom Thursday morning to enjoy the first in-person Rooster Booster since the pandemic began more than a year ago.
The H.L. Neblett Community Center first opened its doors to the youth in the area in 1936. However, the seed was first sown when Dr. Reginald Neblett and his wife Hattie opened their basement to children in the neighborhood in 1932. Reginald moved his physician’s office to Owensboro in 1930 and had only been in…
“Owensboro is ready to roll,” Chad Benefield, the emcee, told a large crowd attending the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce’s Rooster Booster Breakfast at the Owensboro Convention Center on Thursday.
Chamber Member of the Week: Advanced Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine The Advanced Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine — formerly Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Owensboro (OSMO) — underwent several substantial changes in recent months. Established in 1962 by Dr. Joseph Stiles, the clinic has expanded and evolved to meet the community’s growing needs…
The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce will host a free drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine clinic at First Christian Church (700 J.R. Miller Blvd.) from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday.
Three months ago, Tyler Shookman, a local Realtor, was driving a doctor from New Jersey around Owensboro, showing him what the city had to offer.