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Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples two foreign-made products.

Some 48,000 people are expected to attend upcoming events.

The bar scene in downtown Springfield expanded; clinical practice Ozarks Hearing Specialists LLC opened; and nonprofit clinic Faith Community Health moved.

St. Louis Cardinals sell the city’s Double-A affiliate to a holding company that owns 18 clubs.

The Branson attraction ranks No. 1 by USA Today readers.

Digital marketers at Carefully Crafted introduce Hey There.

The business founded 12 years ago by Jeff Schrag transitions to Jeff and Lindsay Seifried.

In preparing for this year’s Artsfest on historic Walnut Street, set for May 6-7, organizers are outfitted with a little more knowledge than they had going into previous events.

The St. Louis Cardinals sold the city’s Double-A affiliate to a holding company that owns 18 teams.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples pink rose products.

Springfield Business Journal’s Day in the Life series gives you a glimpse into the world of five of our community’s leaders.

MSU football coach injects passion into new role.

Nonprofit Nova Center of the Ozarks Inc. completed a move; DG Market opened in Willard; and Nixa Public Schools’ Aetos Center for the Performing Arts debuted.

Kyle McClellan is scheduled to speak in Springfield next month.

List comprises 700 U.S. firms in 23 industries with at least $500 million in revenue.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks compares Missouri’s legislature with that of Tennessee.

With a combined 90 years of work in the radio industry, longtime friends and former co-workers Malcolm Hukriede and Dan O’Day figured they had a memory or two they could impart in a book about their field.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, energy, health care, innovation and sports.

North Carolina-based Go Burrito, a fast-casual Mexican restaurant franchise, opened in Springfield; family-owned Collegiate Awards roughly doubled its space with a move; and architect Layne Hunton launched Throughline Architecture.

The funding is part of $30 million in state ARPA allocations.

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