SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- It's pretty hard for Colton Hughes to talk about his past. "I lived in a great house. My mom did the best she could," Hughes says. "I was seventeen; I didn't really care at that point. Invincible or whatever.”
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- There are many reasons why youth become homeless - among them drugs and a disturbed household. But for some, the reason is simply who they are.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Labor and sex trafficking may not be issues you think exist in the Ozarks, and many might be victims and not realize it.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The Kitchen, Inc. on Wednesday sold its seven-building campus on Commercial Street to a developer who plans to convert them into residential space, retail stores, and restaurants.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.--It's an exciting day for Robin Gilmore- she's the co-owner of Ms. Gilmore's Tea Room and Vintage Suitcase. After two long years, the Missouri Hotel located down the street from her business will get new life.
The non-profit Kitchen, Inc. has sold its Commercial Street campus, the latest step in the organization’s move to a new venue later this year.
The Kitchen Inc.’s seven-building, 106,000-square-foot campus on Commercial Street has sold after two years on the market.
A onetime Springfield hotel that was made into a homeless shelter before it was shuttered two years ago now has a new owner.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (February 16, 2017) – The Kitchen, Inc.’s Commercial Street campus has a new owner. The sale of the property is another step in the development of the much needed new campus located at the corner of Glenstone and Chestnut Expressway.
(SPRINGFIELD, Mo.) Springfield's annual "point in time" count will show community leaders where to focus efforts to end homelessness. Now agencies are working on a plan of action.