Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.
Officials credit recently retired Sen. Roy Blunt with securing the funding.
Vote follows three rejections by Planning & Zoning and one rejection and multiple postponements by council.
Culver’s is coming in the spring to Republic’s main strip, U.S. Highway 60.
The commission approves more than $370,000 in small-business funding.
Owners buy next-door building, which through the years has been a laundromat, shoe store and more.
A ribbon-cutting and blessing ceremony is scheduled Jan. 9.
APC Solar is working on a 1.7-megawatt system for the Oklahoma resort.
Hurts Donut Co. opened its newest location; architecture firm Kinetic Design and Development LLC launched; and Whataburger made its Ozarks debut.
The Durham Co. is expanding in Buffalo with a 45,000-square-foot plant that will employ more than 50 workers to manufacture electrical utility distribution equipment.
Women and children will be served in the 23,000-square-foot space.
Dog lovers are the target market for The Crossings at East Cherry apartment complex.
A group of University Heights residents have started a fundraising drive for legal expenses.
Reflecting on 2022, the SBJ newsroom compiles the top 10 stories that impacted regional business.
Newsmakers in the areas of education, engineering, health care, law, nonprofit, real estate and technology.
Springfield City Council heard a proposal Dec. 12 to rename North Mulroy Road to North Beaver Road in the northeast corner of the city, where a Buc-ee’s travel center is now under construction.
North Point Church in Nixa is getting some elbow room with its new campus under construction at North Main Street and East Tracker Road.
Branson cat cafe temporarily will close as work begins next month.
Whataburger launched its second local store; Branson shop Revive Juice and Coffee Bar LLC moved; and a new Monett branch of the Barry-Lawrence Regional Library District opened.