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The federal funding is earmarked to clean up contaminated areas.

The company starts an investment arm.

Springfield Warrior Sports is building a gym just down the road from its current space on West Plainview Road.

Council will vote on $4.8 million access and infrastructure agreement on June 15.

Just months after its launch, Bentonville, Arkansas-based architecture and design firm Buf Studio has set up shop in downtown Springfield.

The $4 million project includes driving bays and a restaurant.

Off of North Massey Boulevard in Nixa, CoxHealth is building a “super clinic” to replace a facility just down the road.

SBJ honors the fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

Individuals and businesses are honored at SBJ’s virtual Dynamic Dozen awards.

Mayor Ken McClure confirms rumors, with officials to consider agreements next week.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking and finance, education, law, municipal and nonprofit.

But brokers and developers say it's just a lot of looking right now with limited supply.

Market Maker is moving from its College Road office as the company anticipates growth.

Florida-based Wall Street Cattle Co. is developing a 30-acre entertainment complex with an event center, restaurant and live cattle sales facility.

The company is wrapping up $140 million in area investments.

Harold Bengsch is among individual and corporate honors in the 20th annual Economic Impact Awards.

Two business partners buy out three others for the Strafford project.

Northwest of the Glenstone Avenue and James River Freeway interchange, Kum & Go is replacing a convenience store in the continued rollout of its Marketplace concept in the Springfield area.

After Springfield City Council debate last year, plans for a mixed-use development have been redesigned.

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