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The owners of Springfield marketing firm Longitude are partners in the project called The Ozarker Lodge.
At contentious Springfield City Council meeting, the councilperson says, “Developers have the ear of council and neighbors don’t.”
Going up at Missouri State University’s 125-acre William H. Darr Agricultural Center on Kansas Expressway is the Small Animal Education Center.
Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, construction, education and nonprofit.
The governor emphasizes infrastructure, workforce development and education, and health care, among other topics.
The newest addition to Strafford’s Southwest Missouri Rail and Business Park is truck part distributor Midwest Wheel Cos.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.
Officials credit recently retired Sen. Roy Blunt with securing the funding.
Vote follows three rejections by Planning & Zoning and one rejection and multiple postponements by council.
Spencer Fane attorney Ben Shantz: "Construction projects can be disorganized and hectic, but that does not mean the contracts and documentation for a job should be too."
Springfield Contractors Association's Megan Short: "The more we work together to build the students of today, the stronger our workforce will be tomorrow."
Many experts are predicting a slump in the housing market in 2023, but locally, most builders began the year expressing guarded optimism about the outlook for the next 12 months.
Culver’s is coming in the spring to Republic’s main strip, U.S. Highway 60.
Owners buy next-door building, which through the years has been a laundromat, shoe store and more.
A ribbon-cutting and blessing ceremony is scheduled Jan. 9.
Reporter Karen Craigo brings government and development coverage and analysis.
The Durham Co. is expanding in Buffalo with a 45,000-square-foot plant that will employ more than 50 workers to manufacture electrical utility distribution equipment.
Women and children will be served in the 23,000-square-foot space.
Jerry Shane Fellers ran Build Tech Structures and bilked customers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to court documents.
Heirloom Candle Bar moved; art supply thrift store Arrow Creative Reuse opened; and Rockford, Illinois-based Beef-A-Roo debuted in Springfield.