After a pause during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Joplin Fire Department will resume routine safety inspections of businesses this year.
Ozark Center touts “Reconnect” program at conference
Missouri Southern State University will host the first event in three and a half years in Taylor Performing Arts Center next week when it hosts a start-of-semester faculty and staff meeting in the auditorium on Wednesday.
Joplin and other local taxing districts will see a larger share of tax revenue once the North Park Crossing tax increment financing district is closed out.
Today in the Globe newsroom we followed a large donation.
The $31.5 million, five-year fundraising campaign, dubbed Lions Forward at Missouri Southern State University, got its launch gift on Friday with the announcement of a $1 million donation from board of governors member and campaign Chairman Bill Gipson and wife…
Mention sculpture and often figures made of marble, bronze, brass, silver and other metals come to mind. But in the 1930s, Waylande Gregory, a sculptor who grew up in Baxter Springs, Kansas, pioneered the creation of terracotta earthenware art deco…
The new Take 5 Oil Change had its grand opening last week at the southeast corner of 32nd Street and Range Line Road, one of the busiest intersections in the city. This is the site of the former Paint Stallion…
City departments in both Joplin and Pittsburg, Kansas, are planning special date nights for area dads and their daughters.
Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.