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News Article - 05.22.2010

The Urban Gardener OKC opens its doors on Western Ave.

The 900-square-foot store offers hydroponics, organics, horticultural lighting and nutrients for gardeners and plant lovers. Read more
News Article - 03.23.2010

Check out the latest happenings within 11 distinct areas of the metro

Development, progress and more abound in the metro\'s many districts. Read more
News Article - 03.24.2009

Rather than demolish buildings, Architectural Antiques dismantles them, reusing old elements for new homes

For nearly 30 years, Jack and Lynda SmithSchick of Architectural Antiques have been selling rare architectural elements, salvaged and disassembled from properties and historical buildings throughout the world, thus, recycling history. Read more
News Article - 02.25.2010

Compass: Hathaway Community Center closes in Southwest OKC

The city of Oklahoma City\'s Hathaway Community Center, 3916 S Lindsay Ave., recently closed its doors, as part of a 2% mid-year budget reduction for city departments. Read more
News Article - 05.27.2009

Compass briefs: Natural-gas fueling station opens near airport

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. and the city of Oklahoma City dedicated a new compressed natural gas fueling station at Will Rogers World Airport. Read more
News Article - 07.27.2010

AAR Corp. unveils new FBO facility at Will Rogers Airport

The 6,000-square-foot facility is designed to provide corporate and general aviation customers with an inviting gateway to the city\'s business district and other attractions. Read more
News Article - 03.06.2010

OMRF receives $7 million stimulus grant for new research tower

The funds will be used to build out lab, clinic and mechanical space for OMRF clinical investigators studying autoimmune diseases. Read more
News Article - 04.22.2009

Investors fight the blight on NW 23 Street, one property at a time

As NW 23 Street, stretching from Interstate 235 to I-44, has deteriorated over the past couple of decades or so, property owners are beginning to take action, as the city does its part. Read more
News Article - 03.23.2010

OKC moves forward with eco-friendly efforts, beginning with a fire station

OKC has plans for retrofitting and new construction to create \'green\' architecture. Read more