This week, people from all over the world will descend on Owensboro to experience ROMP, the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum’s River of Music Party held at Yellow Creek Park. Hotels are booked, ticket sales are climbing and there is a buzz about the lineup.
When someone asks us to describe our economic opportunity here, one of the first things we talk about is our banking and finance industries.
In April 2018, the U.S. Treasury Department identified two areas in Owensboro — portions of downtown and most of the west side near the Ohio River — as Opportunity Zones.
Dear Dad, Friday was a tough day for Mom. As we headed into Memorial Day weekend, she celebrated your 50th wedding anniversary without you.
Owensboro’s population is on track to crack the 60,000 mark during the 2020 census.
Tuesday is the primary election in our Commonwealth.
We never get tired of good news.
National Small Business Week begins Sunday.
If tourism was a basketball team, Kentucky would be on a long winning streak, Hank Phillips, president of the Kentucky Travel Industry Association, told the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce’s Rooster Booster Breakfast on Thursday.
The state Administrative Office of the Courts has added a new courtroom to the Morton J. Holbrook Judicial Center in downtown Owensboro and is in the process of constructing a second courtroom.