The owners of Date Lady Inc. work on a venture called Cafe Dhibs.
The listing comes seven years after Andy Williams’ death.
The course is scheduled to open in 2020 after delays.
A St. Robert-based hotel company buys 1.6-acre lot across from the developing Homewood Suites by Hilton.
Crews behind a Willard Public Schools project take Design Team of the Year honors.
BookMarx and Half Price Books of the Ozarks announce plans to shutter after Uriel’s Unusual Bookstore stopped doing business earlier this year.
Illinois and Nebraska firms take over ownership and management of The Montclair.
The University of Arkansas fired head football coach Chad Morris.
In her new memoir, called "With All Due Respect," former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley alleges disloyalty among two former Trump administration …
A planned strike by employees of integrated managed care consortium Kaiser Permanente has been postponed following the death of CEO Bernard …
The Supreme Court this week is scheduled to hear oral arguments in a $20 billion discrimination case against Comcast.
Television host Regis Philbin listed his Greenwich, Connecticut, mansion for sale at a loss.
Filmmaker and actor Woody Allen reached a settlement over his $68 million lawsuit against Amazon.
Royal Caribbean founder Edwin Stephan died Nov. 8. He was 87.
Lionsgate’s “Midway" beat Warner Bros.’ “Doctor Sleep" at the box office over the weekend.
Oklahoma state Sen. Nathan Dahm ditched a plan seeking to rename a portion of Route 66 after President Donald Trump.
A jury convicted a man of robbing a Greene County assistant prosecuting attorney.
Missouri State University officials on Oct. 26 unveil a $250 million capital campaign.
Big Momma’s Coffee and Espresso Bar LLC CEO Lyle Foster is the Oct. 15 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
Nearly 400 people attend the event, which raises money for Women in Need.
On Sept. 13, SBJ honors accountants, bankers, IT professionals, insurance agents, attorneys, wealth managers and up-and-comers.
Tim Garrison, U.S. attorney for the Western District of Missouri, is the Sept. 17 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
“We’re large, integrated and multifaceted, but our roots are deeply embedded in the Ozarks.” — Karen Kramer of CoxHealth, on the health system's history
SBJ honors 14 individuals and two companies.
Ozarks Preferred Dental is in its 100th year, following a 2018 merger and the addition of a new dentist.
The former Aunt Martha’s Pancake House was renovated into lifestyle goods marketplace and design studio House Counsel; Mochas and Meows LLC opened its doors; and the Greene County Operations Center opened.
A retail center is nearing completion where a former credit union building was razed earlier this year.