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

The centerpiece of Evangel University’s Here. Now. capital campaign, which has raised $18 million toward its $22 million goal for new construction on campus, the Valor Center, is starting to rise on the west side of the university’s grounds.

Silver Dollar City officials announced the second generation of the park’s Fire in the Hole roller coaster will be open to visitors in 2024.

An independent panel of judges has chosen the 13th annual class of Springfield Business Journal’s Men of the Year. The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.

The eight-figure donation will go toward a new "front porch" to campus, officials say.

Roughly $1.5 million in upgrades are planned for the team’s original home field.

Kemin Industries schedules a ribbon-cutting ceremony for later this month.

The climate-controlled indoor roller coaster is the first attraction from the theme park’s 10-year master plan.

The Bradford Hotel is taking the place of Arbor Suites Medical Mile.

Nordic Landing, a 41-unit apartment complex, is taking shape just west of the Grant Avenue Parkway on Catalpa Street.

Walrus Oil reaches $1 million in annual sales and hits national retailer’s shelves.

Roughly half of financing comes from state-appropriated ARPA monies.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled this month for the 55-plus community Maplewood Villas.

He retired in 2007 after working with companies such as Own and Conco, according to his obituary.

Fire Station No. 13 spans nearly 6,400 square feet at 1900 W. College St.

The Roost Bar & Grill signs on for Magers Management's mixed-use development in Republic.

A local match of nearly $14 million would complement ARPA funds approved for the $27 million project.

SBJ's 2023 Economic Growth Series documents the fifth year of survey data collected from area business leaders in an effort to provide valuable insights that might better guide local business decision-making.

Springfield-based Baptist Bible Fellowship International is developing a 30-acre campus west of the Sunshine Street and West Bypass intersection.

Governor says I-44 work is in the plans over the coming years.

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