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The home count marks the highest of the year so far.

Funding goes toward the university's new athletic facility that's nearing completion.

The Social Birdy targets July 3 launch at 1250 Branson Hills Parkway.

Approvals with local impacts include money for Alliance for Healthcare Education.

The Vibe Crossing aims to offer a variety of apartment floor plans, from studio to three-bedroom options, according to its website.

Bids off estimate by 30% or more ‘not normal.'

Ozark firm looks to double space with move to new building.

Upscale units ranging from studios to three-bedroom apartments stand on the site that once housed the Heritage Cafeteria. 

The funding goes toward the construction of greenway trails on the west side of the city.

A proposed judgment is expected within 10 days, according to Greene County Circuit Court records.

Derek Lee says the city of Springfield’s governing body must provide oversight over expenditures of taxpayer dollars.

A 29,000-square-foot facility is planned west of the U.S. 65 and Evans Road interchange.

Larger building would be more spacious and accessible to move the organization’s educational mission forward, director says at anniversary gala. 

The 98-room hotel includes The Eyrie, a rooftop bar and restaurant.

Just west of where the Missouri State University College of Natural and Applied Sciences is transforming Temple Hall into Roy Blunt Hall with a 66,500-square-foot addition, the College of Business is working on an expansion project of its own.

Developer abandons concept of food hall in favor of less intense use for neighborhood.

A single bid was received by the city of Springfield for repairs and renovations to the historic Jefferson Avenue Footbridge, a landmark structure spanning 13 tracks of rail yard just north of Commercial Street.

Cold Zone breaks ground on facility in nearly full PIC West.

Plaintiffs in University Heights deed restriction lawsuit reject BK&M offer and plan to appeal judge’s recent ruling.

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