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Banking, education, health care and nonprofit industries are among those represented.

Longtime leader Cheryl Whitsitt exits a month after GateHouse’s purchase of Gannett.

The company’s president announces the decision “with a heavy heart.”

Contender eSports expects to debut in January, following rise in competitive multiplayer video gaming.

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His microbrewery, Tie & Timber Beer Co., has influenced the economic activity in the Rountree district and local brewery landscape. He’s also focused on investing in Springfield by bolstering a sense of community and giving back to local nonprofits.

On separate surveys, Chateau on the Lake performs well, and the downtown Springfield History Museum is tracking at No. 1.

An event with attractions, snow machines and fireworks is scheduled this month in Freeport.

The franchisees had planned hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of upgrades.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, education, health care, law, municipal, nonprofit and recreation.

The late-night talk show works with RIP Medical Debt on a fundraising campaign.

Golf Digest cites the views and creativity of the course designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw.

Nine executives present at the fourth-annual 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes.

Ohio and New York developments also are favored among USA Today readers.

Springfield native Jason Walsh is a personal trainer to Hollywood stars, including Matt Damon, Jennifer Aniston and Brie Larson.

Springfield’s brewery total is poised to reach 10 businesses.

Three local podcasts have dropped since October — from talk radio to true crime.

An indoor amusement park designed as an upside-down house is expected to be completed this spring in Branson.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, health care, landscaping, manufacturing and retail.

Summer is still Branson’s busiest season, but business owners say Christmastime is quickly encroaching.

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