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A company official declines to comment on long-standing plans for two stores in the Queen City.

Edge Stoneworks LLC opened, Andy’s Frozen Custard Inc. launched its sixth Springfield store and St. Louis-based nonprofit Mers Goodwill opened a $2.8 million store.

As leases continue to be signed, area commercial real estate agents note a corresponding rise in demand from investor-owners.

Shops face a domino effect created by consumer trends to online shopping.

A dozen retailers are gearing up for the holiday shopping season. 

Candy House changed its name to Bon Bon’s Candy House, Jeff Hebble and Jason Pullman opened the area’s first Zaxby’s restaurant and Domino’s Pizza franchisees Art Hurteau and Marty Prather moved their Nixa store to a larger building.

Local shareholders bank nearly 30 percent profit on CAB investment.

Sales postings are scheduled to begin tomorrow through social media and business brokers.

The Springfield sporting goods retailer participates in its third job fair in as many months.

The $2.8 million shop at 3151 S. Kansas Expressway is opening early next month.

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