The U.S. Small Business Administration is accepting submissions for a funding opportunity through the State Trade Expansion Program. The opportunity is for eligible state entities interested in, and capable of providing assistance, guidance and tools to qualified small businesses looking to …
In addition to schools being closed across the Kansas City metro area, to celebrate what has become a regional holiday Wednesday, Feb. 5, businesses and organizations across the Northland are closing for the day to celebrate the Chiefs' Super Bowl win.
LIBERTY — Founded by Pat McCaslin in 1995, Mulberry Street Mortgage has been tucked near Liberty High School on Victory Drive. However, the Liberty native knew that if the opportunity arose, she would move onto the historic Liberty Square.
As in other areas of the Kansas City metro area, excitement for the Kansas Chiefs’ appearance in the Feb. 2 Super Bowl is at a high in the Northland. Grocery stores are crafting specialty food items and restaurants are planning watch parties while clothing stores are selling AFC championship…
LIBERTY— Toska Tiemann initially pursued a degree in secondary education, but changed her path and found a partnership with Chad Wek and his company Unique Painting more appealing.
SMITHVILLE — After working for a few years in accounting, Becky Zuercher was married and raised five children as a stay-at-home mom.
LIBERTY — Kansas City-based Hallmark Cards, Inc., which operates its global businesses under the Hallmark and Crayola brands, will reduce the size of its current workforce by about 400 of the company's 30,000 employees, according to a company press release.