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Justin Branham, President of Branco Enterprises, says the moment you decide to build a building, you need to have a preconstruction meeting with your contractor, designer and other stakeholders. …

City officials plan a revote for development recommendations after 4-4 deadlock.

The downtown business incubator is in expansion mode.

John Manning is the new assistant city administrator.

Keynote speaker cites strong consumer spending and low inflation at chamber event.

Springfield City Council holds a first reading on a new housing development for the homeless.

Proposal calls on developers to respect the existing design of the eclectic neighborhood.

The city is taking back the building it owns.

All other metro areas in Missouri also post increases.

Former first lady promotes her new book, “Becoming.”

William “Bill” Ralph Hass was 83 years old.

Lady Gaga’s foundation picks local organizations for initiative.

Robin Raveendran may face up to five years in federal prison.

In the last week of the 2019 state legislative session, Gov. Mike Parson achieved one of his top priorities to fund the Fast Track grant program.

Concerns include possible increased home costs.

SBJ counts down the annual fast-growth companies.

Utility veteran Gary Gibson is promoted as Scott Miller’s successor.

Missouri Job Center delivers federal funding for rural areas.

“Every client should be treated as a client for life,” says Lance Garrett, vice president of the Springfield Division of Crossland Construction. From the design phase through replacing worn …

Goods and services produced jumps to $15 billion in 2018, according to Bureau of Economic Analysis data.

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