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Civic home run: The Brick launched OKC's renaissance 19 years ago

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Before the Thunder, before Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant and the NBA Finals, before hotels on virtually every corner and new downtown apartments rising by the month, before the Boathouse District, before the canal and all the restaurants and the art museum and the renovated Civic Center, before Devon Tower, Oklahoma City built a baseball park in Bricktown.

And hasn't been the same since.

Oklahoma City's gamble on Skirvin Hotel seen as a win

Sunday, February 19, 2017

The city, which contributed heavily to the $54 million renovation, is well on its way to recouping its money.

6 Oklahoma Finalists at International Business Excellence Awards

Friday, February 17, 2017

6 Oklahoma businesses are named finalists at the 2017 Business Excellence Awards competing against thousands of businesses from all around North and South America. The awards will be held at The Westin in Houston, TX on February 20, 2017.

Rehabbing a historic hub: Santa Fe Station renovation moving down the track to completion

Thursday, February 16, 2017

The first part of the four-phase Santa Fe Station renovation is about 95 percent complete.

sociallutions moves to Edmond

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

sociallutions is proud to announce our move into the Main Street Business District of Edmond 

Located at 15712 N Pennsylvania Ave Suite 4

Edmond, OK 73013 

Levant Technologies Top 5 Finalist for "Best Of"

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Levant Technologies, LLC is excited to announce its nomination for Oklahoma’s Best of Business Top Five companies in two categories: Best Web Design Services, and Best Commercial Graphic Design. Nominations are made by OKC.Biz online magazine, courtesy of the Oklahoma Gazette newspaper staff after public voting is compiled.

Streetcar work begins in Bricktown

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

The future was on Mayor Mick Cornett's mind Tuesday as city leaders, merchants and others formally marked the beginning of two years of downtown streetcar line construction.

Taking the Chair: First woman chair of the Chamber lays out priorities

Sunday, February 5, 2017

To a casual observer, Oklahoma City seems to be doing pretty well as Rhonda Hooper assumes leadership of its chamber of commerce.

Hooper, the president and CEO of Jordan Advertising, is the first woman to lead the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber in its 128-year history.