Isaac and Candy Williams in front of their new venture

Slinging to the next level

Candy and Isaac Williams say they are not afraid of competition. It’s a good thing, because they are about to get right into the...
Dirk Spiers inspects batteries

State is “hypocritical” says OKC industrial entrepreneur

“We are a very hypocritical state,” says Dirk Spiers, one of the leading industrial entrepreneurs in Oklahoma City. He doesn’t like how the Oklahoma Legislature...
Sarah Miller, loan

Capitol Hill native first to receive new city loan

Sara Miller is ramping up to start a new high-end bakery in the Calle dos Cinco in Historic Capitol Hill business district before Valentine's...
Plaza Mayor Interior, Oct 2017

What happened to Plaza Mayor?

Plaza Mayor was supposed to be the rebranding that would bring the old Crossroads Mall property back from the dead. But the property died a...
Sunrise on NE 23rd Street Clinic Project

NE 23rd Street dev project first in 38 years

A ground breaking ceremony launched construction on the $4.3 million 1700 NE 23rd Clinic Project on a blighted stretch of NE 23rd Street east...
grocery

Only full-service grocery store on east side closing Monday

The Smart Saver grocery store at NE 23rd Street and Martin Luther King Avenue will close at the end of the day Monday.
Tony Morton & Stacey Miller

Kasum Contemporary founders closing doors in November

Tony Morton and Stacey Miller are looking forward to having more time flexibility once they close Kasum Contemporary Fine Arts, their Plaza District gallery...
eastside grocery

Buy for Less owners promise full grocery on east side in 60-90 days

Owners of the Best Buy company announced late Friday that they intend to open an Uptown Grocery on the east side of Oklahoma City near NE 36th and N Kelley.
Smart Saver

Millions from MAPS 4 may go to owner who closed Eastside Smart Saver

The owner who closed the Smart Saver at N.E. 23rd Street and Martin Luther King Avenue is positioned to receive up to $5 million in MAPS 4 money.
Moving to OKC

OKC Econ Development Trust green-lights $2.6 million for incentives

Two very different projects moved one step closer Tuesday toward receiving a total of $2.6 million from city coffers for incentives if approved later...