CARTHAGE, Mo. — Fair Acres Family YMCA plans to purchase a 23,000-square-foot sports complex near the square on June 26 in an effort to expand its services to reach more children and teens throughout the community.
Joplin’s special-use sales taxes have funded nearly $182 million in projects over the past 17 years.
The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections performed by the Joplin Health Department.
A $1 million construction contract for another neighborhood improvement project in Joplin’s disaster recovery zone will be presented to the City Council for action on Monday.
The following are five of the top stories published in the Globe during June 10-14. In case you missed them, here’s a recap:
A large number of Missourians have been dropped from the state’s Medicaid program over the past year and a half, despite remaining eligible for services, according to health care advocates.
Missouri Southern State University’s accrediting body, in renewing its accreditation for another 10 years, has highlighted the university’s increased transparency and shared governance model as well as potential challenges in developing a culture of research and growth.
After a day of pruning, weeding and mowing the rain forest that once was my yard, I was too tired to cook. I was looking for something substantial to eat. But where? Then I remembered that the Infuxn Vodka Bar,…
If you visit Carthage’s Central Park, you’ll find a statue of a man squatting with binoculars in his hand. For many people, one glance is all it takes to recognize the iconic figure of world-famous zoologist and naturalist R. Marlin…
Five local projects have been named winners at the 2019 National History Day contest, which was held earlier this month at the University of Maryland in College Park.