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Nine businesspeople share philosophies at 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes.

An application process is opened by the community restoration nonprofit.

The restaurant owner is seeking a rezoning to make way for a roughly $700,000 investment.

The clinical research organization adds square footage that includes a new lab.

The component products division is growing at the manufacturer's Springfield campus.

A memorandum of understanding between the local utility's board and the Southwest Missouri Joint Water Utility Commission awaits U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approval.

In an expansion with an eye toward future growth, an operations center is being constructed directly north of the main branch of TelComm Credit Union at 2155 E. Sunshine St.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, athletics, education, health care, manufacturing and media.

Brendan Griesemer has worked at the municipality since 1996.

Jack D. Ball started the Springfield architecture firm in 1974.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, engineering, law and nonprofit.

Data presented to Springfield City Council by Police Chief Paul Williams on Nov. 20 show a diminishing number of crimes against persons in the city. His report covered the first three quarters of the year, a period ending Sept. 30.

Steve Childers to lead city’s key growth initiatives, including Forward SGF.

The matching donation from the Green family supports initiatives such as the Valor Center.

In a two-phase project with new construction and a renovation, Calvary Chapel Springfield is working on a new location at an industrial building that was formerly home to Saco Petroleum Inc.

A hotel and restaurant are being pursued, Darrel Wilson says at SBJ 12 People event.

SBJ economic survey data inform long-term planning.

A grand opening is scheduled Nov. 30 at 17 Greencove Lane.

Steve Childers is tapped to lead the Department of Planning and Development.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, conservation, education, health care, hospitality and tourism.

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