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Owners intend to keep property while they determine next steps.

Council is asked to approve utility’s request for electric rate hikes in each of next three years.

The industrial contamination in northwest Springfield is considered an environmental justice issue.

Officials say the project has been years in the making.

Council mulls proposal of three rate hikes over three years .

Glide Xpress debuted in Springfield; a second location of accounting firm Jenkins CPA LLC opened; and Soozeezbeez Honey Beetique LLC relocated.

Richwood Valley campus to add training facility by early 2025.

The money is earmarked for the Springfield utility provider to improve the safety of the Blackman Water Treatment Plant.

A 2025 opening is projected for an Outdoor World in Loveland.

For 24 years, Springfield Business Journal has honored women for their professional and civic accomplishments and contributions.

A total of $80,000 is headed to the cities.

The funds are earmarked for a new workforce training facility in Christian County.

Texas-based TopSide Marinas buys Cape Fair Marina and Hideaway Marina.

An independent panel of judges has chosen the 13th annual class of Springfield Business Journal’s Men of the Year. The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.

The utility is projecting revenue of $633 million in fiscal 2024.

Five local businesses make the annual fast-growth list.

The funds are earmarked for the Cedar County city to evaluate its drinking water system.

Newsmakers in the areas of energy & environment, engineering, health care, logistics, manufacturing, recreation and nonprofit.

Cassidy Station in Nixa launches its next phase.

Fire Station No. 13 spans nearly 6,400 square feet at 1900 W. College St.

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