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Capital investments  reach  $289M in ’20, SBDC  reports

Over 1,000 jobs are generated by announced projects.

A new VP of marketing and events is brought on to replace Audrey Pauls.

Roughly $1.7 million is directed to the Springfield area.

Longtime Director Jerald Andrews is grooming his successor as some 50 events get underway for annual golf fundraiser.

The two-day service is set to appear this week at Park Central Square.

After a year in business locally, Chameleon Cuisine signs on for former Aviary space downtown.

Forums return to in-person format beginning July 14.

Pandemic alters job seeker priorities.

The former Health Department leader is honored for his work during the pandemic.

The fund currently has a balance of more than $680,000.

Aside from the Springfield Fire Department’s standard tasks to help keep the community safe, the next several years also will be busy with  capital improvement projects currently surpassing $10 million.

The region follows suit with other MSAs in Missouri measured by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

OTC and SBU pen a new articulation agreement.

A unique feature of the facility allows the company to protect Jordan Creek.

Taj Suleyman joined the city’s leadership team on May 16.

The $40 million Plaster Center is slated for completion next year.

A first installment of $28.5 million is received from the American Rescue Plan Act.

As the spring travel season continues and COVID rates diminish, the hotel industry in Springfield is looking to restock its staffing levels.

Organizers cite poverty reductions and now turn to upstart project for economic self-sufficiency.

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