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Centric Projects LLC is moving its offices two blocks up Main Street to accommodate rapid growth at the Kansas City commercial general contractor. Comment?
The National Institutes of Health awarded $475,076 to OsteoGeneX Inc., a Kansas City, Kan., private pharmaceutical company focused on developing a treatment for osteoporosis. Comment?
The Greater Kansas City chapter of the American Red Cross is seeing an outpouring of generosity from metro-area residents. Comment?
Jim Walters is going from building stadiums to building business as he moves from a career in architecture to a career in politics. Comment?
The Midnight Express party bus was operating illegally, and its "door ajar" sign wasn't working when a woman fell out on Interstate 35 and was killed. Comment?
PQ Corp. broke ground Thursday on a $120 million project at its Kansas City, Kan., facility. Comment?
The community development organization has approved $84,000 in grants to jump-start urban-core housing developments in downtown Kansas City, Kan., and northeast Kansas City Greater Kansas City LISC announced Thursday that it had approved a $65,000 grant to the Mattie Rhodes Center and Hardesty Renaissance to improve affordable housing options in ... (more) Comment?
Almost three years after announcing plans to expand, PQ Corp. broke ground Thursday on a $120 million project at its Kansas City, Kan., facility. Comment?
Kansas City-based PBI/Gordon Corp. will consolidate warehouse space in North Kansas City as part of an expansion plan. Comment?
A startup in Kansas City, Kan., is seeing some traction involving dollar signs and bankers. Comment?
After May started out by dumping snow on Kansas City, area residents were eager to enjoy Tuesday's near-record heat. Comment?
A lack of filling stations has been a barrier preventing CNG-powered vehicles from taking off in a bigger way. Comment?
The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial has tapped Matthew Naylor as its new president and CEO. Comment?
Pflumm, 54, was a senior vice president at Security Bank of Kansas City and the former CEO of The Shawnee State Bank, which his family owned a controlling interest in prior to its 1997 acquisition by Commerce Bancshares Inc. Comment?
As Wichita advocates push for the establishment of a passenger rail route that would plug Wichita into a broader rail system other nearby components of that system are threatened. Comment?
The mayors of Wichita, Oklahoma City and Kansas City, Mo., have jointly signed a letter supporting the establishment of passenger rail service in the 185-mile gap between Oklahoma City and Wichita. Comment?
Wichita Vice Mayor Pete Meitzner, in the lobby of Wichita's historic Union Station, on Friday announces support from the mayors of Wichita, Oklahoma City and Kansas City, Mo., for passenger rail service between Oklahoma City and Wichita that would better tie the regions economically to other key regional and national economies. Comment?
The Residences at Burlington Creek is making NorthPoint Development officials feel good about their bet on the area's multifamily market. Comment?
Ranpak Corp. will invest $2.9 million and create 25 new jobs as it moves a production plant from Kansas City, Kan., to Kansas City, Mo. Comment?
The University of Missouri-Kansas City is recognizing five Kansas City leaders with honorary doctorates at a number of commencement ceremonies next week. Comment?