Rebecca Martin (Reporter)
Rebecca Martin is city editor of the News Tribune. She also reports on business news in the Jefferson City area.
New commercial construction in Jefferson City rose significantly in 2016, according to the city's building permit statistics report for the...
Goodwill plans to open its new thrift store under construction in Jefferson City in late May to early June.
Jefferson City's newest live music venue is on its way this spring — just a few months later than planned.
Jefferson City is dreaming big.
Jefferson City is roughly two weeks away from welcoming its first Pita Pit restaurant.
Dr. Jeffrey Gaffney is now seeing patients at Jefferson City's new Aspen Dental.
Encore Department Store's mission is to bring customers' no-longer-wanted items back for a second act.
After 35 years on the local restaurant scene, a Jefferson City institution is closing up shop to make way for...
Four and a half years into her specialty baking business, confectioner extraordinaire Carol Wieberg is ready for the icing on...
A new beauty salon on Jefferson City's east end is all about helping clients feel beautiful.
Jefferson City's Kmart and Sears stores are among the latest group the company announced will close this spring.
Jefferson City regulations don't allow for transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber, but an upcoming special occasion prompted the company...
Jefferson City's premier yoga studio just keeps moving upward.
Some Like It Haute, a boutique specializing in women's clothing and accessories, closed for business Friday.
Missouri needs to continue investing in STEM education and workforce development, according to the Missouri Cybersecurity Task Force's Action Plan...
Jefferson City AutoPlex plans a Jan. 9 opening for its new Honda dealership.
Wilson's Fitness will close its Jefferson City business this month after nearly 17 years in business.
In the spirit of the holiday, we asked community members to weigh in on what business they'd most like to...
The downtown Jefferson City corner of Jefferson and High streets won't go without its signature coffee shop for long.
Tina Cole's third local business venture is all about having fun with friends.