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Rob Blevins succeeds Meleah Spencer to lead the downtown nonprofit.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, communications, education, entertainment, law and nonprofit.

State officials choose Barth Fraker for a post in the organization.

Not all labels are created equal. Natalie Menzies-Spradlin with Ample Industries gives you four things to think about to make sure your labels are durable, cost effective and meet your product …

The company extends its partnership with Richard Childress Racing.

The Muetzels call off the relaunch of their bar and restaurant over continued delays.

Michael Frizell issues another political biography.

Nine local leaders present business advice at SBJ’s second-annual event.

London-based Cineworld agrees to purchase Regal Entertainment Group.

The game is meant to improve players’ emotional, mental and physical health.

Children’s creative play center navigates first year in business with emphasis on education.

This year’s total comes close to the 2013 record.

Why hire an architect before you even begin your building project? Buddy Webb and Company principals explain three ways an architect can assist a building owner including determining specific …

Mother-daughter duo expand dance academy in square footage and class options.

Newsmakers in the areas of art, education, health care, law, marketing, municipal, nonprofit and sales.

Two Springfield Regional Arts Council executives are on a mission to build the value of local artists’ work.

“Medical negligence or medical malpractice cases essentially are a platform for families to bring a lawsuit against a healthcare provider,” says Debbie Dodge, Managing Shareholder at Hall Ansley. …

Combs Family Ventures LLC’s new attraction is scheduled to launch Dec. 1.

The company plans to relocate its Springfield store at the first of the year.

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