Hook’s Double Play Sports Bar at 512 Ellis Blvd. is a throwback to Mark Schnieders’ father, Paul Schnieders, who was a pitcher in the Chicago Cubs organization.
Tony and Victor’s Discount Liquors is set for a May 1 opening at 2121 Missouri Blvd. in Jefferson City.
Central Travel is doing some traveling of its own. The newly restored Merchant’s Bank Building at 103 W. High St. (the former location of My Sentiments Exactly) is now home to Central Bank’s full-service travel agency.
Jefferson City’s Food Code requires food-service establishments be inspected at least once every six months.
Tips from Better Business Bureau
If you have run out of storage space in the basement, office or attic, a self-storage unit can be a good solution. Better Business Bureau (BBB) advises consumers to understand a storage facility’s policies before renting units.
Americans paid more to rent homes last month, but broader measures suggest the surging increases of prior years have moderated in much of the country.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 1.1 million cars and midsize SUVs worldwide because their gear shifters may confuse drivers and allow them to exit their vehicles without placing them in “park.”
A rebound in the price of oil and natural gas helped drive sharp gains for energy and financial companies, nudging U.S. stocks mostly higher Friday.
Sears Holdings Corp. announced Thursday it will close 68 Kmart stores and 10 Sears stores as it struggles to restore profitability.
In a sign Microsoft is still finding its way in the post-PC era, the tech giant reported a surprise drop in quarterly sales and profit.
A steep slide in traditional safe-play stocks such as phone companies and utilities weighed Thursday on Wall Street, snapping a three-day winning streak for the market.
Missouri farmers learned from last year’s planting season they are ahead of all other states in the nation for corn planting, according to the USDA Crop Progress Report. With rain predicted for the next two weeks, that’s a hopeful sign for the 2016 crop, according to University of Missouri Extension agronomist Bill Wiebold.
Volkswagen, the U.S. government and private lawyers have reached a deal for the automaker to buy back some of the nearly 600,000 diesel cars that cheat on emissions tests and spend just over $1 billion to compensate owners, according to a person briefed on the matter.
Plans to build a $3.3 billion natural gas pipeline from New York into New England through western Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire have been suspended.
Wal-Mart is shrinking the number of board members to 12 from 15 as it looks to maximize its effectiveness amid an overhaul of its business.
Financial and energy companies led a modest increase in U.S. stocks Wednesday, giving the stock market its third gain in a row.
Yahoo has hung out a “for sale” sign without doing much to improve its curb appeal.
Intel says it will cut 12,000 jobs — about 11 percent of its workforce — as it reorganizes to confront a decline in sales of personal computers.
U.S. stocks closed mostly higher on Tuesday, led by gains in energy, mining and financial companies.
Amazon.com Inc. is taking on Netflix and Hulu with its own stand-alone video streaming service, just weeks before Netflix raises prices for longtime subscribers.