Douglas County and the city of Mansfield are selected for street infrastructure projects.
A combination safe room and multipurpose room is nearing completion on the campus of Espy Elementary School in Nixa.
The city is seeking more revenue for facility projects and a larger police force.
Some on Springfield City Council oppose drive-thru component of plan on Grant Avenue Parkway.
Construction for Eden Village 3 and Elevate Community are set to begin this fall.
SBJ started the awards in 2011, and today 240 men in the community are able to claim the title.
Completion of a new building this month will triple the footprint of the Monett branch of the Barry-Lawrence Regional Library.
A planned retail development at the corner of Sunshine Street and National Avenue was met with opposition from University Heights neighbors.
Friday is the first day in business for the frozen custard shop near MSU.
Council is scheduled to decide on whether to send a new tax to voters.
Civil Kitchen is the top recipient in the second round.
Stakeholders visit the Springfield campus to celebrate the opening.
Next week is scheduled to mark the start of construction.
Mercy Springfield Communities is replacing its Mercy Clinic Family Medicine – South Creek building, located at 2711 S. Meadowbrook Ave., with a new building that is 1,500 square feet larger.
City Council plans to vote Aug. 22 on Loose Goose.
The corner of North Main Street and Tracker Road in Nixa is abuzz with development activity, and the latest structure to emerge is the Walker Heights Retail Center.