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The city’s placemaking project aims to connect downtown Springfield to Sunshine Street.

Battlefield Mall officials point to capital improvement projects and retailer experiences.

Still, the Queen City is No. 2 among the largest cities in Missouri.

The health care system is taking a new model to Nixa and Ozark.

A $20 million-$25 million building will house the Breech School of Business Administration.

The Verizon Wireless national retailer has started moving employees into its new $6 million corporate office.

Willard school project is selected for design award.

Columnist Eric Bohl says well-off urban areas are plugged in to the modern economy and culture, while rural residents are left behind.

Officials aim to connect downtown with Wonders of Wildlife through a greenway trail.

Millions of dollars worth of transportation projects can move forward.

The Onward Upward initiative is the largest in school history.

All eight metro areas statewide post decreases in September.

The wave of retiring boomers and senior housing trends lead to the recent influx of projects.

The initiative, which includes facility and scholarship funding, is the culmination of the "It's On" campaign.

Lyle Foster speaks as SBJ’s monthly 12 People live interview guest.

However, the Queen City ranks on the bottom half of WalletHub’s annual study.

Officials say low wages and unemployment are contributing to a lack of skilled workers.

A Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce-led delegation travels to the Kentucky city.

With tax incentives, developers are moving forward on rail-access plan.

Northern Tool and Equipment adds its fourth Missouri location.

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