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Planning & Zoning recommends approval to council.

“When searching for an assisted living community for your loved one, we want to make sure that it meets their personality and their personal needs,” says Alecia Robinson, Administrator at …

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Branson chamber officials say they are developing a new face of the business community.

The ReeceNichols regional president has his sights set high for the year ahead.

GSBOR selects its second Leadership Academy class.

The family of restaurateurs sell their stake in Galloway Creek development.

Developer seeks $7 million in tax assistance.

The issuance would affect 36 schools in the district, officials say.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is a seven-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “One idea is to use an employee outing day to volunteer for an organization so you can accomplish …

Originally targeting a September opening, local First Watch franchisees say they’re now on pace to open the breakfast and lunch cafe early next year.

It’s been several years in the works, but Mercy Springfield Communities’ clinic has expanded its footprint in Branson.

Craft Sushi opened at a new retail and office center; O’Reilly Development Co. LLC added senior-living center Tower Village to its portfolio; and Sun Solar LLC’s new headquarters became fully operational.

Wyndham Vacation Resorts agrees to sell 9 acres to city.

A transition to a volleyball training center called The Clubhouse is planned.

Before the activity can become legal, the governing body sends a substitute bill to Planning & Zoning.

Officials say by year’s end the DoubleTree by Hilton plans to open its convention center expansion.

Projects would be funded in three bond issuances for $467 million if approved by school board and voters.

Short-term rentals are currently illegal in Springfield and city officials are determining the best course of regulation.

Businessman David Clouse is working to fill the remaining three units at Jamestown Plaza after a property purchase in February.

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