Every year, Cape Girardeau’s holiday season kicks off with Old Town Cape’s annual Parade of Lights. Downtown is adorned with lights as classic cars, fire trucks, and parade floats decked out with lights promenade through […]
Outside of Mario and Angela’s Italian Cucina there is a sign that reads: “Nothing fancy, just good food.” According to Doris Grippo, that sign is perfectly reflective of what Mario and Angela’s is all about. […]
This is the second installment in the Brick-and-Mortar Bulletin series by Public Information Office Intern Seth Watkins. At the center of a wooden dining table, a Southeast Missouri State Redhawk football helmet has been […]
On July 5, Cape Girardeau small business owners Laurie Everett (Annie Laurie’s Antiques and the Indie House) and Sherri Jennings (Mississippi Mutts) were honored by the Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, Maria Contreras-Sweet. The […]
Zoi’s Gyros Corner was awarded the Keep Cape Beautiful Beautification Committee’s Beautiful Business of the Month award for June 2016. Congratulations!
Cape Girardeau is a great place to start a small business, and with low overhead, according to one survey: Cape Girardeau was recently ranked number 40 on WalletHub‘s “Best Small Cities to Start a Business” […]
Cape Girardeau QuakeSmart Business Preparedness Summit Wednesday, February 3, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 pm Southeast Missouri State River Campus, Glenn Convocation Center The Summit provides an overview of the QuakeSmart Community Resilience Program for Businesses […]
The Better Business Bureau recently opened a new location in Cape Girardeau, serving the southeast Missouri region. Regional Director Joey Keys discusses the BBB’s services offered other details on this issue of Cape Chronicle. Cape […]