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The funding goes toward the city’s Green for Greene program.

Sun Solar LLC CEO Caleb Arthur used federal tax cuts and lemonade from the lemons of President Donald Trump’s solar panel tariff to add 30 new jobs to his company.

Caleb Arthur doesn’t want to juggle his fast-growing firm and a possible post in Jefferson City.

Huddleston Deluxe Inc. of Las Vegas sues the Springfield-based outdoor retailer.

Following clients to the Northwest, the second office is scheduled to open this month.

The city is honored for two consecutive years.

More than five months behind schedule, Tom and Lori Muetzel reveal the source of their renovation delays.

So-called new age farmers go all in on their agriculture dreams.

Rep. Billy Long lays out the economic impact of outdoor recreation.

Whether you need a convenient service for your monthly medications, a caregiver to aid you with a parent, or help in setting up in-home hospice care, you can customize a plan to suit your needs. …

The dais also approves a rezoning measure for north-side commercial development.

Mary Kromrey brings her health-and-wellness background to the outdoor-living nonprofit.

The two take home $171,000 apiece for capturing the title in the signature 50-and-older circuit.

The city will update four parks and update sidewalks at several locations.

An invitation obtained by Springfield Business Journal indicates politicians, musicians and conservation leaders will be attendance.

“While I grew up in Ozark Fence Company, after taking ownership, the company looked a lot different,” says Joe Everest, owner of Ozark Fence & Supply Co., LLC. Growing up in the family business, …

Trane split off its Springfield residential and parts departments; Van Gogh’s Eeterie opened; and Malone Finkle Eckhardt & Collins Inc. sold.

The legislation has bipartisan support from Missouri politicians.

The reaction is always priceless. When Brittney Day takes off her firefighter helmet, she’s often met with surprise.

Steve Meyer is exiting the city after more than 30 years of employment with the municipality.

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