LifeLine Foods, a leader in the corn-milling industry, celebrated the completion of its $12 million masa mill expansion project at its St. Joseph facility.
St. Joseph bars added a new task to their to-do list over the weekend, making sure everyone coming inside wears a mask.
The Imagine St. Joseph 2040 plan was beginning to be put to action in January 2020, but was put on hold when COVID-19 hit.
Local food trucks are dealing with the loss of a large amount of sales over the last few months due to a majority of events
The St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce is holding its annual membership drive this week to bring together new members.
As St. Joseph employees at Silgan Containers spend their ninth week on strike, the company has indicated it plans to move forward with new staffing.
While East Hills Shopping Center dealt with store closures pre-COVID, the mall continues to see more struggles with some of its retailers.
Local coffee shops are used to seeing people relax and take advantage of the calming environment inside, and despite COVID-19 impacting business operations groups are still coming in.
Unemployment is on the decline after hitting a peak earlier in the COVID-19 pandemic, but not everyone is going back to work.
Since restaurants were again able to open their doors in early May, they’ve faced a variety of challenges that have caused business to become an ongoing roller coaster.
O’Neal Steel celebrated its grand opening Thursday at its new 64,000-square-foot facility at 2901 S. 22nd St. in St. Joseph with executives and employees from the company, Altec, the St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Bill McMurray.
Moila Country Club’s golf course will be closed the rest of the year, but officials with the Shriners Association said they’re working to get it back open by next season.
Moila Golf Club is closed indefinitely and plans for its future are under discussion.
Silgan Containers employees have braved the summer heat and now cold, wet windy weather for eight weeks while on strike for a better contract.
The revitalization of the first three businesses that are part of the South St. Joseph Façade Improvement Grant Program have been completed.