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The Verizon Wireless national retailer has started moving employees into its new $6 million corporate office.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday is scheduled in advance of seeing the first patients Wednesday.

A retail center is nearing completion where a former credit union building was razed earlier this year.

Willard school project is selected for design award.

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.

Officials aim to connect downtown with Wonders of Wildlife through a greenway trail.

Concerns include possible increased home costs.

Four tenants have signed on to the retail center at the northeast corner of Campbell Avenue and Sunshine Street.

This year’s finalists for the Springfield Contractors Association Design Team of the Year were tasked with thinking outside the box.

It’s been a busy couple of years for Volt Credit Union staff.

Bringing its multiple companies under one roof, the Zimmerman Corporate LLC headquarters was built with expansion in mind.

Adding a second intermediate school for Willard Public Schools could not have come soon enough.

Greens is set to join Artistree Pottery in a building undergoing renovations.

Construction in Springfield is expected to start next month, with an opening planned next year.

Construction is expected to wrap up in January at the intersection of Sunshine Street and Campbell Avenue.

“A lot has to be done within 72 hours,” says Keke Rover, Director of Ambassadors for Children. School enrollment, court dates and finding daycare are several issues a foster parent must …

Combined, these 23 active construction projects represent nearly $152 million and 1 million square feet of new construction, additions and renovations.

Springfield Business Journal honors 20 men making an impact on the community.

In a tight employment market “I think the first thing is really being more open to hiring someone who struggles with literacy,” says Kristy Frans with the Council of Churches. “Just because …

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