A new urban community being built from scratch continues to build momentum with the addition of a new project administrator.
The new face of Oklahoma City is young, well-educated and reinventing the American Dream.
“No golfing,” reads one of eight prohibitions on an Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department sign standing ironically on the lip of McNabb Park in northeast Oklahoma City.
Following a narrow, and sometimes contentious, campaign, Rep. Jason Dunnington, who won a primary runoff in August to take the House District 88 seat, and Paula Sophia, who fell just 21 votes short, met for coffee. “We talked for three hours, got to know each other fairly well,” Sophia said. “There is a lot that…
Dozens of bike racks and a few bike repair stations are coming to many of the city’s most popular urban districts.
A look at some of the year’s top stories through quotes.
City residents living in wards 2, 5, 6 and 8 who are interested in running for a seat on the Oklahoma City Council can file Jan. 28-30 at the Oklahoma County Election Board.
A controversial plan to drill for oil near Lake Hefner has been withdrawn by a local energy company.
Soon, larger sidewalks, traffic-slowing medians, bicycle parking and trees will improve safety community use of the area.
Finding a deeper sense of community is a popular concept today as urban living continues to grow in popularity and younger residents seek housing that encourages neighborly interaction.