Crews break ground on The Township Senior Living.
Features Editor Hanna Smith outlines the annual event.
A record of about 500 people attend Springfield Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 event March 23 at Oasis Hotel & Convention Center.
Flat Creek Resort Bar & Grill and Family Pharmacy are signed on as tenants.
The college wants to improve its relationship with employers and conduct more construction projects through 2025.
Five companies vie for the top prize in May.
Nicole Galloway renews her call for an audit as allegations of misuse of funds linger.
Dana Ford comes to the Bears from his post as head coach of Tennessee State University.
The bank holding company expects to realize pretax gains of up to $7 million from the transaction.
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O'Reilly Automotive plans to open a new distribution center in Twinsburg, Ohio.
China has taken aim at the United States after President Donald Trump leveled tariffs against the country.
The founder of Toys R Us died yesterday in Manhattan. Charles Lazarus was 94.
The co-founder of Wynn Resorts no longer has any stake in the company.
Congress voted early Friday to send a $1.3 trillion government funding bill to President Donald Trump for approval.
The number of U.S. households that reached millionaire status climbed the most last year since 2009.
Google launched a new shopping program called Shopping Actions.
Dropbox yesterday raised $756 million in its initial public offering.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisconsin, plans to today introduce a bill to crack down on stock buybacks.
Meredith Corp. announced Wednesday it's considering selling its Time, Sports Illustrated, Fortune and Money brands.
Nixa Public Schools’ retiring superintendent, Stephen Kleinsmith, is the March 20 guest.
In its first decade, window tinting business PerfecTint is crammed and doubling in size.
SBJ tours Bass Pro's new hotel.
The two-person team at Conklin Guitars produces 12-15 instruments per year.
Emily Christianson sells cannabidiol products at CBD of Springfield.
SBJ takes a look inside homes designed by well-known Springfieldian Carl Bissman and Don Russell.
"If you’re going to hold somebody’s money in trust, by gosh, that’s a serious fiduciary responsibility.” — Attorney Jay Kirksey, on the legal battle between Community Foundation and Springfield Community Center
In its first decade, window tinting business is crammed and doubling in size.
The organization provides resources and activities for father engagement.
Aldersgate United Methodist Church is building a two-story addition to connect a worship center and a children’s classroom wing.
Jury trial between Community Foundation and Springfield Community Center is set in July for $500,000 allegedly misused.