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Community center receives new business ventures and renovations.

Missouri State University's Richard Gebken: "Ultimately, the interdependent relationship between industry and academia must continue to evolve as we move toward a workforce for the future."

Springfield Contractors Association Executive Director Megan Herzog: "The construction industry has immense potential for workers to move into leadership positions quickly if they are willing to put in the effort and develop communication skills and have an interest in helping and mentoring others."

SBJ interviews the CEO of Trendsetter Homes LLC.

Officials say the project has been years in the making.

An O’Reilly Auto Parts hub store is under construction at the intersection of Cox and Battlefield roads, just west of Kansas Expressway.

The state funding is earmarked for improvement projects.

Richwood Valley campus to add training facility by early 2025.

The company's new concept, which handles drive-up customer activity, was announced earlier this year.

Businessperson Jamie Tillman targets a late fall opening for Paws and Claws.

Long wait list remains for affordable senior housing

Owner of Premiere Exterior Solutions faces fraud allegations from Andrew Bailey's office.

A new outdoor recreation complex is in the works.

Bapa Network opened two restaurants in the Queen City last year.

A 2025 opening is projected for an Outdoor World in Loveland.

Former MLB pitcher and 2006 World Series champion Josh Kinney put an end to his playing career almost a decade ago. In the years since, Kinney created his own business, Cardinal Country Logging and Sawmill LLC, changing his job title from professional athlete to professional timber harvester.

Officials say new data would drive solutions to chronic problem in city.

An automatic tunnel-style car wash is being built at the southeast intersection of Glenstone Avenue and Cherry Street, a site formerly home to a Bear State Bank and, prior to that, a First National Bank.

For 24 years, Springfield Business Journal has honored women for their professional and civic accomplishments and contributions.

Choices Pregnancy Center intends to relocate on church-donated property.

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