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Phelps County Bank made the deal through an auction at about half the initial asking price.
A preengineered metal building will be the setting for composite material and training labs on the Roy Blunt Jordan Valley Innovation Center campus.
The company purchased a former bus depot to renovate into the clinic.
Franchisees Ryan and Rikki Blumenstock break ground on eatery in Springfield Plaza lot.
Bryan Properties is wrapping up work on the first 60 of 240 planned units at River Ranch development.
Food truck owners set to expand to Ozark.
The health care center relocates its operations in the city.
Buc-ee’s No. 62, the first location for the mammoth Texas convenience center in the state of Missouri, is taking shape on the north side of Interstate 44 at its intersection with Beaver Road.
TIF phase is given the nod a decade after it was first introduced.
Despite delays, owners of Nixa food hall stay on $3.7 million budget.
A grocery chain is among proposed uses for the contested site in University Heights.
University Heights couple proposes $650K purchase of property at center of development dispute.
Three new and two returning council members were sworn in prior to the new business portion of the municipal governing body’s meeting.
Officials have worked in recent years to secure grant funding for a Compton Drive Wastewater Treatment Plant flood wall.
Two days after this month’s election decided the mayor and three council seats, members of Springfield City Council took in a ballgame at Hammons Field.
North Carolina-based Go Burrito, a fast-casual Mexican restaurant franchise, opened in Springfield; family-owned Collegiate Awards roughly doubled its space with a move; and architect Layne Hunton launched Throughline Architecture.
Historic inflation has thinned the margins for most businesses, and this is particularly true for restaurants.
In Springfield Business Journal’s spring project report, 18 active construction jobs represent more than $134 million in investments and nearly 640,000 square feet of new construction, additions and renovations.
The funding is part of $30 million in state ARPA allocations.
SBJ interviews the interim dean at the William H. Darr College of Agriculture at Missouri State University.