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Read about this year's honorees.

Dori Grinder announces plans to step away from the top role next month.

Bolivar Technical and Cox colleges were selected among 11 organizations statewide.

He's the fourth person to be recognized under Mayor Ken McClure's five-year tenure.

Andrew Doolittle is a partner in a Grant Avenue Parkway project that recently received a zoning variance. 

The business journal takes home eight first-place honors.

SBJ interviews Republic's deputy city administrator.

The honor recognizes the Springfield nonprofit for pivoting its programming during the pandemic.

A San Francisco company rolls out a fleet of 20 robots to work with on-campus eateries.

Former state government exec transitions to MSU leadership.

Organizing cornhole tournaments becomes a side business for three local professionals.

Becky Borthwick heads to state Court of Appeals, while Jerry Harmison fills local vacancy.

The newest marijuana-infused creation to come from a Springfield manufacturing lab is a collaboration with a local coffee company that officials say is the first such product in the state.

Shop’s move allows for expanded offerings, including specialty foods.

The Queen City scores the highest in the category of housing.

MidxMidwst is bringing live mural painting, music and other entertainment to downtown Springfield.

His naming-level donations have been prevalent in recent years.

Combined, the residences in city limits represent more than $10 million new to the market.

Mark Wallace in October is slated to become a regional manager for the Department of Economic Development.

A COO is hired, and an employee is promoted to chief nursing officer.

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