Don't be afraid to get your absentee ballot!
The property was historically a farm owned by Dean A. McGee, the late geologist, civic leader and philanthropist. The area, west of Portland Avenue along Bluff Creek between NW 150th and NW 164th streets, is named for a beautiful, solitary oak tree.
Fred Hall said he knew he had to take care of a building in west downtown.
The first MAPS 3 senior health and wellness center is such a roaring success that it needs more room.
October 2018 marks 10 years since the Oklahoma City Thunder played its first game in Oklahoma City, the beginning of Oklahoma City’s status as a big-league city.
More than 180 Oklahoma City civic and business leaders gathered on Thursday, Oct. 11, to discuss the community’s future at the Chamber’s 2018 Leadership Summit.
Businesses and agencies should consider joining the Nov. 16 event designed to introduce students to the opportunities and options available to them during high school and beyond.
Between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018, Oklahoma City exceeded $15 million in total hotel room taxes for the first time in history, an increase over FY17 by 7.5 percent.