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.
Bulk of exterior work is projected to be completed by summer 2021.
Cynthia Black, attorney with Cynthia R. Black, Attorney at Law, LLC, says everyone has their own specific talent. She talks about how one client’s bravery helped bring down a sex trafficking ring. …
Tim Potthoff, project manager with Nabholz, says technology has made an amazing difference in their industry. He says using augmented reality in the design phase has huge cost benefits to project …
Life coach Ann Leach says using a tool from the organization development movement can help with employee engagement and learning. She says we think in pictures, so a graphic representation helps …
Jason, John and Jeremy Chapman, owners of The Acoustic Shoppe, say they have always sought ways to continue growth, first as a band, now as a business. Updating music lessons to include online access …
Steve Kelly, senior vice president with Arvest Bank, started a real estate brokerage during the 2007 recession. His business closed and Kelly returned to banking. He says the experience helps him …
Jamie Tillman, owner of Canna Bliss says it’s more difficult to advertise CBD products than others because some social media ban ads with images of the plants. She says she’s relied on media …
Abe McGull, assistant U.S. Attorney, says you must be adaptable because life’s one constant is change. McGull says transitions are much easier if you don’t fight the change. Duration: 1:18
Chelsey Bode, President of Pearson Kelly Technology says low rural bandwidth has hampered remote work for some employees during the pandemic. She says a lighter workload on office equipment allowed …
Though remote work has been a recent trend, Rusty Worley, executive director of the Downtown Springfield Association, says his team emphasizes the value in working together in an office. He says they …
Todd Nielsen, chief strategy officer with JMark says remote work can be challenging with distractions you wouldn’t have in an office setting. Nielsen says music helps him focus on the task at …