When Andrew Davis spoke to the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 5, he advised community leaders to find a “flag” that they could rally around to promote the community.
Shop Owensboro — the shop local campaign on the Saturday after Thanksgiving — is changing this year because of the pandemic.
The director of the Green River District Health Department said Tuesday that the region is at a “critical point” in the spread of COVID-19 and told businesses to take necessary steps to keep workers safe during the ongoing pandemic.
The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce’s annual Shop Owensboro campaign — the local version of the national Small Business Saturday — has been extended to a week-long event this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce has launched an eight-week study on ways to better market the community to attract businesses and new residents.
Each year in our Leadership Owensboro class, we do an anonymous poll where class members are asked several questions, including “is our community going in the right direction” and “is our state going in the right direction,” etc.
The Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce is restructuring after the departure of Jaclyn Graves to lead the Greater Owensboro Realtor Association and Jessica Kirk to join Boardwalk Pipeline Partners.
Red, White and Blue, sponsored by Big Rivers Electric Corporation, was scheduled this Thursday on the courthouse lawn.
The Western Kentucky Botanical Garden’s final “Lunch Listen Learn” program of the year will be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday.
From 2004 to 2011, BB&T Plaza at the RiverPark Center became a giant skating rink, part of downtown’s “Winter Wonderland.”