Cherri Lolley left her career as a nurse to become a full-time caregiver to her daughter, Emily, who was born with multiple disabilities.
54 Pizza Express has been a staple in Owensboro for more than 33 years. Owner Cindy Tong attributed their success over the years to community support and a loyal base of hardworking employees.
Milestones always seem to be a time to reflect.
Former Owensboro mayor Dave Adkisson recently released a book geared toward Chamber of Commerce leaders, and he thought it would have a narrow audience.
Eight local women have been nominated for the ATHENA Award, which is presented annually to someone who empowers women, strives to better the community and has achieved excellence in their profession.
Founder Rebecca Bickett said 270 Power Yoga is about so much more than fitness classes — it’s about empowering people to find their inner selves and live an authentic life.
Economic development in Kentucky depends on education, Susan Elkington, president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, told the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce’s virtual Rooster Booster Breakfast on Thursday.
During a Thursday webinar, local health officials covered a range of topics relating to vaccines and workplaces — such as requiring employees to be vaccinated, requiring proof, and continued mask usage.
New Beginnings Sexual Assault Support Services is promoting the Green Dot program, encouraging the entire community to do its part in actively combatting situations that could result in assault or neglect.
Thursday’s virtual Rooster Booster event set for 7:30 a.m. will feature Susan Elkington, President of Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky (TMMK).