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The newest addition to the Southwest Missouri Rail and Business Park is the Lot 8 speculative warehouse.

A council member stresses savings by negotiating quickly on Hotel of Terror purchase.

Rolla bank purchases former YMCA for $2M and plans $4M in renovations.

Delays pushed construction back by a year.

The development site is next to a Whataburger nearing completion at Glenstone Avenue and Kearney Street.

A home improvement business failed to respond to customers or provide refunds, officials say.

The Jefferson Avenue Footbridge is earmarked for funding, as are OTC and MSU.

Springfield City Council and owner of haunted attraction will continue negotiations instead of taking the issue to a public vote. 

The construction site is the original location of Red's Giant Hamburg.

A first-of-its-kind banking facility in the Springfield market, Great Southern Bank Express Center is designed as a four-lane drive-up center utilizing interactive teller machine technology to serve customers.

From cedar soaking tubs and a coffee and wine bar to family bunk-style rooms and a natural creek-side play area, developers of The Ozarker Lodge are looking to bring a different experience to Branson tourists.

The health care system is taking on the second floor of the east-side property.

The Springfield Plaza location is being built by Ross Construction Group and designed by Buxton Kubik Dodd Design Collective.

Buffer yard enforcement requires resident vigilance, city officials say.

The general aviation terminal is slated to nearly double in size.

Phelps County Bank made the deal through an auction at about half the initial asking price.

A preengineered metal building will be the setting for composite material and training labs on the Roy Blunt Jordan Valley Innovation Center campus.

The company purchased a former bus depot to renovate into the clinic.

Franchisees Ryan and Rikki Blumenstock break ground on eatery in Springfield Plaza lot.

Bryan Properties is wrapping up work on the first 60 of 240 planned units at River Ranch development.

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