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Young professionals are honored for their professional and civic accomplishments.
The health care system is shifting its operational model to focus on key service lines.
Ten Queen City residences meet SBJ criteria for monthly feature.
Jeven Russell previously shared the title with Jeff Russell, his father and company founder.
Facility will replace existing tech school, Reeds Spring officials say.
University plans to offer several degree programs for its new online campus.
Jonas Arjes will lead the organization until a permanent successor is named.
As pandemic concerns have cooled, return-to-office policies have become hot button; Editorial Vice President Eric Olson digs into RTO.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.
Polk County native Bryan Allison is promoted to the role.
The new policy impacts all municipal workers on and off the job.
Three local businesses place in fast-growth report.
Jason Outman has led the organization since moving from South Carolina.
Arkansas official makes recommendations to focus local efforts.
A professional pivot for a former longtime educator led to the opening of Nana’s Play Place; the first phase of a commercial agritourism operation on a century farm in Christian County began; and Parmele Law Firm PC relocated its office.
Workforce training takes a lot of forms, but apprenticeship – in which a master craftsperson teaches aspects of their skill one on one over time – is the oldest by far.
Some participants in report say they have had trouble delivering programs and services amid staffing shortages.
Peaceful Crossings plans to begin offering services March 13.
Heirloom Candle Bar moved; art supply thrift store Arrow Creative Reuse opened; and Rockford, Illinois-based Beef-A-Roo debuted in Springfield.