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It’s the largest amount among six other incubators in the state.

The university recorded a 9.4% increase in alumni gifts for the 2018-19 fiscal year.

A manager at Prime trucking is bringing the bite-sized pastry concept to the Ozarks.

SilverLeaf Apartments is estimated to open in 2021 in southwest Springfield.

Officials meet with a consultant and consider committee members for 20-year outlook.

Local developer plans renovations after investing $5 million in foreclosed property acquisitions.

The $4 million building will replace its nearby headquarters.

The state’s unemployment rate remains the same.

Kuvera Partners will remove black mold at the long-closed theater.

A family of real estate businessmen shake up their operations.

The C-Street Community Improvement District brought things to life, but there’s still work to be done.

At least $60 million in investments are bringing rides and amusement parks as new offerings.

The first of SBJ's forums detailing Economic Growth Survey results is held.

Residents are asked to weigh in on economic development and other topics.

The national jobless rate remains at 3.6% for the month of May.

Mayor Ken McClure discusses economic vitality, future projects and workforce issues.

Phase I is underway for Anthony Park just south of Springfield.

Legislators also approve MSU, OTC funding requests.

Sixty-eight business and community leaders are chosen.

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