A prominent Jewish historian is set to give three virtual presentations for Oklahoma City University’s annual Neustadt Lectures Feb. 9 to 11.
A flower shop that employs people transitioning out of homelessness is now open in Oklahoma City.
“Over the years, multiple clients have expressed frustration with their struggle to manage complicated technology on their own."
Thanking our region’s healthcare workers for their efforts during this surge of COVID patients is the goal of a new initiative launched by the Chamber.
The new 13th and Classen location marked a milestone for Scooters, who will celebrate a Grand Opening January 15th by donating all sales to the Children's Hospital Foundation.
Get some tips from Chamber member company American Fidelity on dealing with COVID in the workplace.
Any company with an employee healthcare plan knows that healthcare is expensive, and many are looking for ways to reduce their healthcare costs while still caring for employees and their families.
Oklahoma City metro residents who want or need a COVID-19 test before Christmas or New Year’s can get a quick, convenient test without leaving their vehicles.