Rebecca Martin

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News Tribune staff reporter

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BizBeat: New entertainment, event venue open on Industrial

Jefferson City has a new option for venues to host weddings, meetings and events in Windstone Entertainment.

BizBeat: Scene One preparing for new location

When Scene One crew members set up for the East High Street black-box theater’s production of “Talking Things Over with Chekhov” at May 12, it will be for the last time.

BizBeat: Five Below to open Friday

National chain Five Below is set to open its Jefferson City store Friday.

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Ban the box: Would dropping criminal history from job applications reduce recidivism?

From #jcmo Inside Business

Gov. Jay Nixon signed an executive order April 11 prohibiting state agencies from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history on an initial job application. But statewide legislation to ban the box for the state's public-sector businesses has stalled over the past two years.

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Tax incentive drives 50-job expansion

Modern Litho: Project is investment in company, community

The Jefferson City Council last week approved an economic-development tax incentive to help local commercial printing company Modern Litho add a fourth press — and 50 new jobs — to its operation.

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BizBeat: Hook’s sports bar returns from the ashes in a new location

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.

BizBeat: New liquor store on tap

Tony and Victor’s Discount Liquors is set for a May 1 opening at 2121 Missouri Blvd. in Jefferson City.

BizBeat: Health-concious dining option coming to Jefferson City

A new, health-conscious dining option is set to open in Jefferson City later this year, and you can get it on the run.

BizBeat: Pizza Ranch targets Jefferson City for new restaurant

National chain Pizza Ranch has set its sights on opening a new location in Jefferson City.

BizBeat: Target pharmacy to become CVS

Target announced in December that its pharmacies in 1,672 U.S. stores would be rebranded as CVS Pharmacy as part of a new partnership with CVS Health, and that change is in progress at the Jefferson City Target.

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