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Before summer 2018, Titus Williams and his family of real estate businessmen were behind the scenes in local and Midwestern developments. That’s no longer the case.

In separate action, Planning and Zoning reverses its stance on short-term rentals

The center fills a gap in the service model, says Creekside director.

The developer’s Farm Team is tasked with mentoring and empowering aspiring farmers.

The owner of Dwight Cox Cattle Co. admits to submitting fake invoices for livestock he didn’t actually purchase.

A development on West Republic Road was designed with the inflatables company in mind.

Officials recommend $5 million for Springfield project.

The cautionary statement is the latest in a series targeting the industry.

Expansions and renovations are among projects planned.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is a seven-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. “One way employees can get involved is to volunteer as a lunch buddy. That’s where you would spend …

Officials expect to open Bussey-Cox-Lipscomb Hall to students in 2020.

Planning & Zoning Commission sends proposal to governing body.

Some residents oppose the proposed Cherry Street development.

Officials expect to break ground in the coming months on the 70,000-square-foot structure.

Some workspaces just create envy.

Ten designs get the nod at event by Springfield chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

New brewery launching in Quarry Town development on Saturday, making it the eighth in the city.

Revenue is expected to rise by 4 percent this year.

As F and H Food Equipment prepares to enter its 60th year in business, crews are nearing the finish of a new distribution center and headquarters in north Springfield.

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