Amateur motorcycle riders can register now for the Motorcycle Safety-Basic Rider course at the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center. The class runs every weekend, beginning on Fridays from 6:30 p.m. until approximately 9:30 p.m, […]
This post is written by guest blogger, Kelsey Stratton, Intern at Old Town Cape.
The blog committee wants to share with you the stories behind our downtown businesses, so we are launching a series portion of the blog. The series will include… […]
Cape Girardeau, as a whole, is home to well over 20 parks and natural, green areas. Can you venture a guess on how many of these fabulous public spaces are in or near downtown?
Twelve. Yep, 12. That’s about half of the city’s most interesting publ… […]
It’s about that time again. The City of Cape Girardeau Parks and Recreation Department has another monthly dance on August 15 from 7-10 p.m. at the A. C. Brase Arena. There will be a big dance floor, […]
CERT stands for Community Emergency Response Team. CERT is a program that prepares individuals for natural disasters. During this program people will be educated on hazards that may impact their area. Fire safety, light search […]
City Manager Scott Meyer discusses Cape Girardeau’s new police chief, replacing two assistant city managers, the status of Commander Premier, potentially expiring sales taxes, and roles of economic incentives for businesses to locate here. Cape […]
If you were downtown on June 25 for the Great Race, you know that there was quite the buzz going on amongst the Great Racers, downtown businesses, and everyone who came out for the show. If you didn’t make it down, you missed out on an outstanding, o… […]