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At 40, Watershed Committee of the Ozarks envisions expanded HQ  

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

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.

SBJ’s 24th annual Economic Impact Awards will also present company honors in five categories based on years in business.

Employers add 5,900 jobs month over month, according to new report.

LORE will need another 30-60 days to solidify its board and organizational goals, says organizer Erin Danastasio. 

The facility would house the municipality’s workforce development services, pending approval by City Council.

Myriad Springfield-area banking vets are involved with operations of Carthage-based Four States Bank.

Judge Derek Ankrom issues ruling that clears one barrier to commercial development by BK&M in University Heights neighborhood. 

A groundbreaking is scheduled this week for Cold Zone's new facility.

An expansion and renovation to the Springfield-Branson National Airport’s general aviation terminal, built in 1990, will nearly double its size to 8,923 square feet, providing more space and amenities for passengers in privately owned aircraft.

Economic Vitality & Workforce Development office is expected to bring efficiencies, official says.

New Department of Economic Vitality & Workforce Development would maximize efficiencies, official says. 

Statement says city ‘perplexed’ by move, which followed offer to provide fiscal services for a year at no cost. 

The wait to see when – or if – the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates this year isn’t impacting access to credit or the ability to raise capital, according to local banking officials.

SBJ economic survey data informs a look at the local economy.

In a U.S. presidential election season that brings regular gloomy predictions with the nightly news, projections by area business leaders in the 2024 Economic Growth Series survey are looking up.

Over 300 students have completed workforce development program.

Area gains nearly 15,000 residents over 3-year span.

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