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The city will create a workable plan related to incentives for blighted properties.

“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, …

Mercy’s new ROI center opens and Warren Davis Properties buys a north-side building, according to commercial real estate report.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews three beverages ranging in price from $22 to $65.

Customers can expect to pay less per month October-March.

In some cases, small to medium size employers provide only non-medical employee benefits. Trevor Croley, President of Croley Insurance and Financial says some larger employers who offer medical …

An incident involving an acidic food supplement left 108,000 fish dead.

Do you have a business succession plan in place? Most people don't. Tracy Barnas, Arvest Wealth Management Regional Manager talks with Arvest Bank Loan Manager Summer Massey about what steps you need to take to get your plan in order.

The legislation has bipartisan support from Missouri politicians.

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

Hundreds of workers yesterday bustled around the attraction preparing for Friday’s opening.

Active with James River Basin Partnership, Larry Martin was in a car accident in Salt Lake City.

Jera Lincoln relocated Good and Perfect Gifts LLC to Springfield; former SBJ reporter Stevie Rozean transitioned into an illustration and lettering business; and Chad and Christina Jameson moved PuroClean Certified Restoration.

Ophelia’s owner says he feels like Indiana Jones after discovering a secret underground room.

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

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

Bass Pro plans a sneak preview Sept. 21 before the general public is allowed inside.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, conservation, education, government, law and municipal.

Springfield prices this morning are 10 cents below the state average, which rose by nearly 26 cents during the past week.

Officials unveil the Mountain Top Course within Big Cedar Lodge.

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