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The Well Aquatic Center would front Sports Town along Chestnut Expressway.

The company cuts 176 jobs in Bolivar, Lebanon and Flippin, Arkansas, through White River Marine Group.

The nonprofit announces the selection of Tricia Meinhold for the role.

Ozarks Lyric Opera hits new notes for changing audience.

Project architect teases Well Aquatic Center development in northwest Springfield.

Springfield City Council enacted an ordinance outlawing cash-prize devices in February.

The Springfield-based company renews its contract with Texas Motor Speedway.

Utah-based gourmet cookie chain Crumbl Cookies opened its first Springfield shop; interior design business Branson Upstaging LLC relocated; and Lauren Ashley Dance Center LLC added a second location.

The Bass Pro Shops founder is down three spots from Forbes' 2023 rankings.

Adam Wainwright, who holds the rare distinction of winning 200-plus games with a single franchise, released his debut country album last week.

The team signs a new player and announces a deal that includes raffle of a boat to support Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples three products.

Newsmakers in the areas of athletics, banking & finance, chambers of commerce, health care, information technology, marketing, nonprofit and transportation.

Artist Tiffany Collins moved her Nixa art gallery, Lucid TLC Arts LLC, to a new location; a crystal jewelry maker who started on Etsy expanded with a storefront; and Fleur Floral Studio LLC transitioned to a home-based venture.

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

Maria Neider is the municipality's new communications director.

Project is a scaled-back version of one first announced in 2022.

El Escondite, a Mexican snack and drink concept, is in the works.

The community pool at The X Center in McCauley Park is expected to reopen this summer.

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