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On a narrow, half-acre lot fronting Glenstone Avenue and kitty-corner from Battlefield Mall, State Farm Insurance agent Rob Akers is building a new office.

Low inventory, higher interest rates and rising home prices are converging this spring.

President of Historic River District Inc. and Owner of Hometown Sports LLC.

Local businesspeople are tapping into the market as baby boomers age.

Springfield officials are poised to help rouse the potential for millions of dollars in private development.

A hiring event is scheduled this month in preparation for a summer opening.

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 Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau releases a tourism impact report of the local market.

Analyze your employee performance, identify performance gaps then determine which gaps can be improved through training. Sherry Coker, OTC Center for Workforce Development Business Development …

Where the railroad slices across the city and industry borders both sides.

The state fares better in March in key metrics, according to Missouri Realtors.

The bankruptcy settlement case moves closer to a conclusion.

The Miller Commerce subsidiary has projects in the works totaling at least $60 million in planned development.

Have you considered a mutually beneficial partnership? Diana Tyndall, Marketing and Sponsorship Coordinator, Springfield-Greene County Park Board, says sometimes businesses struggle to reach local …

A Springfield restaurateur targets a late summer opening for Bourbon and Beale.

When looking for a full-time resort lifestyle, you may have more questions than answers. Bill Hasler, Stonebridge Village Property Owners Association General Manager, let’s you know the most …

A single three-story building with multiple wings is underway in south Springfield for a 60-unit independent senior-living complex by Zimmerman Properties.

Urban Roots cultivates farming in West Central Neighborhood.

The developer says the decision “sends a clear and negative signal to anyone considering bringing transformative business to this market.”

Officials also review a redevelopment plan for center city apartments.

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