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Freeway Ministries plans to renovate the building for its headquarters.

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Housing Plus relies on incentives for low-income housing, but a state review has the company in a holding pattern.

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

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Jimmy’s Egg LLC opened its 60th location; Guaranty Bank launched a branch at Farmers Park; and Freedom’s Rest family crisis center moved its Neat Repeats Thrift Store.

A nonprofit veteran who most recently worked with the Peace Corps is taking over for Barbara Brown-Johnson.

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

The nonprofit seeks a replacement for Rorie Orgeron and prepares to launch the final steps toward raising $4 million.

A $600,000 grant propels the campaign for a new headquarters.

The housing project is now only $300,000 away from its fundraising goal of $2.4 million.

The professional baseball player is giving the house and over 100 acres to the nonprofit.

The nonprofit’s Wood & Twig is launching this week in exterior-facing vacant space.

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

The nonprofit agrees to purchase Springfield-based Midwest Assessment & Psychotherapy Solutions PC.

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Paul and Ashely Allen opened Farm 2 Counter Inc. convenience store; Christian Associates launched Wood & Twig at Battlefield Mall; and HomeGoods debuted in Springfield.

Unique baked goods shed light on Suicide Awareness Month.

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