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From the Ground Up: General aviation terminal

An expansion and renovation to the Springfield-Branson National Airport’s general aviation terminal, built in 1990, will nearly double its size to 8,923 square feet, providing more space and amenities for passengers in privately owned aircraft.

Economic Vitality & Workforce Development office is expected to bring efficiencies, official says.

The nearly $1.4 million project to fix a leak includes upgrades, official says.

The Element by Westin is planned with 123 rooms near Ballparks of America and White Water.

Taking shape about a mile east of the U.S. Highway 65/Missouri Highway J interchange is a second Sonic location for Ozark, this one owned by a newcomer to the city, franchisee Apex Restaurant Group.

Council is slated to hear the proposal at its June 10 meeting.

A new fire station is in the works on the south side of Strafford, near the Southwest Missouri Rail and Industrial Park, to serve the growing community.

The Center for Workforce and Student Success is expected to open by fall 2026.

The city's board approves sewer easement vacation request for planned development.

The Aurora Recreation and Event Center will be built on a 24-acre site on the city’s south side.

Five commercial lots offered around site of Christian County offices.

Legislators secure $727M for I-44 upgrades while child care aid falters.

May 25 is the scheduled launch date for The Rush Republic Aquatic Park.

The expansion to Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center doubles as a cafeteria.

Morgan Wallen show remains scheduled for this weekend.

The certified public accounting firm reaches asset acquisition agreement with ConTech360.

New Life Church is getting new life in the form of a 6,308-square-foot addition and 4,432-square-foot renovation to several existing classrooms as well as the lobby and vestibule area, according to Hambey Construction officials.

The city of Springfield is making big changes, according to Springfield Art Museum director Nick Nelson, and the museum is positioned to lead the way. 

The Springfield Art Museum will pursue a two-phase path toward its $50 million renovation and expansion project.  

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