One easy way to get to know your hometown better is by lending a helping hand. Check out one of these great local nonprofits to get involved.
In Oklahoma City you donít have to have a big pocketbook to have a great time. In fact, there are many great activities you can do for the low, low price of free.
If youíre new to the 4-0-5 (and even if youíre not,) you may not realize how significant a part of our history and culture the military has in OKC.
OKC is full of amazing stops to celebrate the regionís military history.
OKC does things really well when it comes to honoring our military heroes with concerts, celebrations and parades. Check out one (or more) of these Veterans Day weekend events and remember to thank a veteran for their service!
One of the most important things you can do to become a full-fledged citizen of your new hometown is vote. Nov. 6 is an important election day across the country and things are no different in the metro.
This month the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber launched Greater Choice Oklahoma, an association healthcare plan that will provide small business throughout Oklahoma greater choice in health care coverage.