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Elevate Community has been in the works since 2020.

Project is a scaled-back version of one first announced in 2022.

The community pool at The X Center in McCauley Park is expected to reopen this summer.

Nearing completion by the site of the current White River Valley Electric Cooperative building is its replacement: a masonry and metal office building with an attached shop featuring four roll-up bay doors.

Missouri Hotel update one of four projects envisioned.

Next steps are in the works after the report by Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Inc. was unveiled last year.

Wayne Morelock is the developer behind The Dale, slated for completion in March 2025.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

Assemblies of God-owned property is under contract as the site of the new school, a quarter mile from the existing building.

The nonprofit’s president and CEO burns the new building’s mortgage note during celebration. 

The second generation of the attraction opens to visitors on March 30.

The multiphase redevelopment plan would begin immediately upon Springfield City Council approval. 

The building along 76 Country Boulevard in Branson has changed ownership.

Youngstown Glove Co. expects to create up to 25 jobs initially, with plans for more in the coming years.

The Republic School District is on track to open its Intermediate School for fifth- and sixth-grade students for the 2025-26 academic year.

Read profiles of this year's honorees.

Custom Creations Landscaping & Lawn owner Kevin Runyon: "By combining the artistic vision with practical demands, a qualified landscape contractor can ensure that the beauty and functionality envisioned on paper are fully realized."

Throughline Architecture owner Layne Hunton: "Whether it’s through the use of traditional vernacular, emphasizing the unique characteristics or incorporating modern techniques with materials derived from historic uses, Ozarks architecture will continue to evolve while hopefully remaining rooted with a firm cultural commitment."

SBJ interviews the principal and lead engineer at Interpres Building Solutions LLC.

The featured projects offer a glimpse into what local professionals are working on.

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