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An infrastructure reimbursement agreement for Sunshine Towne Center is contingent upon CID approval, which is set for a March 11 vote. 

The Springfield-based outdoor retailer intends to build a larger store in a separate location than previously announced.

CableAmerica plans to complete improvements by the end of 2024.

Last year’s conclusion of a nearly $150 million multiyear fiber expansion project by City Utilities of Springfield left local officials pleased with the result even as the internet provider that originally partnered with the utility changed hands.

On track to be open for the 2024-25 school year, an Ozark High School activities center is under construction near Tiger Stadium.

Wonders of Wildlife is undergoing modifications and an addition to allow members a seamless path through the aquarium into the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame Museum.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, engineering, food service, health care, hospitality and service.

Springfield needs more people to invest in blighted properties and bring them back into the housing stock, according to Brock Rowe, director of the city’s Building Development Services department.

Property renovations far exceed original $7M budget, owner says.

Drew Lewis Foundation seeks to build 12 houses by end of next year.

The location in front of Glenstone Marketplace and north of Target is scheduled to open this summer.

The funding is part of nearly $1 billion awarded nationwide.

The university's foundation plans a new building on campus.

The Associated General Contractors of Missouri and the state’s highway department commit to developing an innovative transportation system in the state.

The university's board this week is voting on a bid for the work.

A combined home for the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office and jail is coming to fruition in Mount Vernon.

Funding for the environmental examination was included in the governor's budget approved last summer.

Goals of the $16.5 million project are rehabilitation of historic features as well as accessibility and energy-saving improvements. 

Arguments are scheduled to be heard by Judge Derek Ankrom on Feb. 14.

The nonprofit is amid a $12 million capital campaign for the project along the Grant Avenue Parkway.

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