News Tribune staff reporter
Redevelopment of the former Ameren power plant in Jefferson City’s Millbottom area is nearing completion, with its first retail tenant under contract, after several years in the works.
Baskin-Robbins closed its ice cream shop on Missouri Boulevard last week to make way for a future combination Dunkin’ Donuts/Baskin-Robbins shop, said Terry Haverkamp, Baskin-Robbins Midwest regional director.
Red Tail Lounge will breathe new life into a very old home when it opens in Jefferson City at 623 E. High St. on Dec. 1.
Owner Marinell Walz announced she plans to close specialty stationery shop My Sentiments Exactly on Jefferson City's High Street Wednesday after 29 years in business.
Jefferson City’s only bed and breakfast, Cliff Manor Inn, will close for the season at the end of November and potentially re-open under new management in the spring.
Don't leave holiday entertainment to a roll of the dice
When your two sisters and their husbands, an uncle from out of state and 12 nieces and nephews arrive at your house this Thanksgiving, how are you planning to entertain them?
Blackwell’s Garage closed its doors at 901 E. High St. in Jefferson City for the last time Oct. 1 after more than 90 years in business — 33 of those within one family.
New wine bar Vines opened Nov. 1 in The Village Square, and Jefferson City east-enders are grateful for the new entertainment option, said owner Lori Smith.
Open house set for Tuesday
One for All, the pair’s adult day care for the elderly and developmentally disabled, is set to open at 3620 W. Truman Blvd. this month.
After a month of construction work, the scaffolding has been removed to reveal a new look for Madison’s Cafe, the downtown restaurant at 216 Madison St.