James Tillman says his work with James Hulston is evenly split.
Five years ago, a financial crisis loomed but dozens of recent and planned developments signal a turnaround for the city.
Missouri State University’s College of Business spent $30.4 million renovating and expanding its building.
Eleven Springfield-area companies make the annual ranking of the fastest-growing U.S. private businesses.
Summer is gone, but about 50,000 college students in the Springfield area are here.
Austin, Texas-based Vital Farms ramps up to 1 million eggs processed a day in its first month operating in Springfield.
City officials are launching a second year of the OnPoint Talent Attraction Program.
The organization’s board plans to hire a replacement by mid-January.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, economic development, education, health care, media, miscellany and real estate.
Local residents make an average $789 weekly in the second quarter.
Positive December and January totals follow three months of missed forecasts by city officials.
Local colleges also report higher opening day enrollment figures.
The tenants all move in during the first phase, and a second could begin this spring.
The executive is diagnosed with an advanced stage of melanoma cancer.
Missouri is on a mission to become the next leader in innovation.
Additional changes are possible at the annual event.
Big moves are doubling the rooms of Hotel Vandivort and a new purpose for Park Central Square’s longest-running vacancy.
Freeway Ministries plans to renovate the building for its headquarters.
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