CARTHAGE, Mo. — The Carthage Public Library is celebrating two milestones — adding new space while repairing the damage caused by a fire sprinkler system failure to some of its oldest space back in July.
A committee of volunteers that reviews and reports on the city of Joplin’s collection and spending of special sales tax funds states that Proposition B proceeds are being allocated properly.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Seeking to cut down on special-use permits for downtown businesses, the Neosho City Council approved changes to two commercial zoning designations.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Over $100,000 in grants have been awarded to child care providers in Crawford County as part of the effort to enhance the quality of early childhood care and education across Kansas.
Today in the Globe newsroom we learned about a new future for an old building.
The Joplin Health Department on Wednesday reported the deaths of four Joplin residents with coronavirus being a significant condition contributing to the deaths.
There will be no state-ordered moratorium on utility shut-offs this winter, the Missouri Public Service Commission decided Wednesday in a unanimous vote.
NEOSHO, Mo. — After more than two hours of contentious public input and interruptions, the Neosho City Council rejected ordinances that would have established mandatory mask-wearing and occupancy limits.
Joplin School District officials will be contacting area businesses and patrons purchasing advertising to pay for a big video scoreboard and an expansion to the press box at Junge Field.