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The multimillion-dollar deal marks the start of IDEA Commons improvements.

Firefighters respond to a former nightclub in the footprint of IDEA Commons.

Construction was completed this month on the $7.3 million center.

After scoring a record $4 million in 2019 revenue, Falcon Electric is on track for 75% growth in 2020.

The deal for Ozarks Food Equipment creates parts department.

A patient recovery area is in the works at the south Springfield hospital.

Adjacent to the former Napleton Autowerks dealership on South Campbell Avenue, Blue Iguana Car Wash LLC is building its second local car wash.

Crystal Webster leads the general contractor with President Wayne Morelock.

A virtual neighborhood meeting is planned this month after council handed down a historic decision last year.

A curious-looking metal apparatus is added in preparations for repainting and improvements.

The engineering firm takes over the former Netsmart building.

The company buys the assets of Ozarks Food Equipment Sales & Service.

As the state begins to ease its stay-at-home orders, local employers are beginning to consider how to bring staff back to empty workplaces.

Paycheck Protection Program funds help small businesses.

Along Highway FF in southwest Springfield, Miller Engineering is building a new headquarters in front of its current office in a multitenant building.

SBJ Editor Eric Olson finds coronavirus takeaways.

The Washington-based company is adding on to its 300,000-square-foot Springfield distribution center.

At the former site of Buckingham Smokehouse Bar-B-Q on the corner of Kearney Street and Glenstone Avenue, O’Reilly Hospitality is developing a retail building with one tenant already signed on.

Pandemic has national brands rethinking timelines.

Springfield, Battlefield and Ozark have received design and construction funds to add to their respective trail systems.

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