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The initiative is part of the city's latest 20-year plan.

“A common misconception is that structural engineers are only needed from the initial design phase of a building,” says Travis Miller, Owner and Senior Structural Engineer with Miller …

The majority of this year’s companies receiving top honors are among the most affected industries by COVID-19: restaurant, hospitality and health care.

After city TIF approval, a group of local investors moves forward with a multimillion-dollar project.

Ozark Mountain Energy reaches $1 billion in revenue, stretching its footprint across the United States.

“Medical negligence or medical malpractice cases essentially are a platform for families to bring a lawsuit against a healthcare provider,” says Debbie Dodge, Managing Shareholder at Hall Ansley. …

New season is set to open May 7 at Finley Farms.

Springfield, Battlefield and Ozark have received design and construction funds to add to their respective trail systems.

Bass Pro plans a sneak preview Sept. 21 before the general public is allowed inside.

Myriad industries are highlighted in the 10th annual class.

Community members are shaping priorities for Springfield’s new comprehensive plan.

Mostly Serious LLC receives the chamber's W. Curtis Strube Small Business Award.

Mid-America Safety & Environmental is building a training facility in north Springfield to accommodate its 30-40 classes per year.

Fourth generation of Brooks family continues propane business legacy.

Analyze your employee performance, identify performance gaps then determine which gaps can be improved through training. Sherry Coker, OTC Center for Workforce Development Business Development …

A grant and loan is designed to improve broadband for rural Greene County residents.

Ozark Mill restaurant is not likely to make a 2020 debut.

Classic Rock Coffee franchisees Ashley and Brent McGuire brought a new brew to downtown Springfield; City Music of Springfield LLC started; and The Bonsai Guy opened.

More than 1,100 new miles of fiber-optic lines are in the process of being installed throughout Springfield.

Helping businesses stay up to par on environmental regulations is where Environmental Works Inc. thrives, says CEO Jamie Sivils.

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