I have a good friend and a board member who consistently says unfettered optimism is a necessary ingredient for success. And yet another friend, who I often lean on when I need reassurance after disappointment, reminds that she is a pessimist and that she is seldom disappointed and occasionally surprised.
While the pandemic had a negative impact on many businesses, Willow and Pine Market owner Anne Higgins said she made the best of the situation and even expanded the store.
With a new, expansive headquarters and national recognition that continues to grow, Puzzle Pieces has evolved over the years to become one of Owensboro’s most important assets.
Since opening its doors in September, T&T Vendors Mall has become a thriving shopping center for those who enjoy antiques, collectibles and everything in between.
It seems like just a short time ago Jack Wells took the gavel from Dave Roberts and became the 2020 Chamber Board Chair in front of a crowd of nearly 800.
The 42nd Annual Farm City Breakfast — previously scheduled to be held virtually on Feb. 27 — has been postponed until 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials announced Thursday.
The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce is warning residents of fake letters promising unemployment insurance.
Candance Castlen Brake, president of the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce, and two former Owensboroans are among 50 women named to the Kentucky Gazette’s “Notable Women in Politics and Government.”
The Owensboro Family YMCA has seen a significant dip in membership, but they’re still pushing forward to do all they can to help the community through various programs and services.
It’s that time of year: Spring is coming, and here at the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce, we are celebrating our members!